A comprehensive and beautifully illustrated guide to an ancient spiritual tradition.
Druidry is often described as the native spiritual tradition of the west. The druidic language, mythology and culture has come directly from our own ancestors.
Interest in druidry is growing at an extraordinary rate. It is a compelling spiritual path that gives people a sense of inner belonging and of finding their roots. Above all druidry honours the spirits of nature and celebrates individuality and creativity.
This excellent introductory guide includes:
The story of druidry, from ancient times to modern day
The basic beliefs behind the tradition
The practices of modern druidry, such as herbcraft, healing, the druidic rites of passage and the eight festivals of the druid’s year
How to find your nearest group
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Emma Restall Orr is Joint Chief of the British Druid Order. She is a priestess, writer, poet, teacher and broadcaster. Author of Spirits of the Sacred Grove and Principles of Druidry. Her profile is rising steadily in Britain and the US. She is an active self promoter, workshop leader and speaker. She has hired a tour manager in the States and a publicity agent in the UK.From the Back Cover:
is a spiritual path that honours the ancestors and the spirits of nature and celebrates individuality and creativity
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