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|Sunday, April 20th, 2008|
Question for others with formal study/interest in/background
I am only a selectively patient person, and when faced with things I have been putting off to long (in this case formal Druidic study) I tend to go a bit crazy. I have been trying to slow down in general, prioritize and the like. This year I plan to actually start some of the study I have been been denying myself for years. My problem is that now I want to sign up for all the courses I want to take *at once* and I'm pretty sure that that will be a bit over taxing. I have info on 4+ at this time.
For those of you who have participated in formal Druidic study programs how and why did you chose the ones you took or are planning on taking?
For those of you who are interested in taking one have taken more then one, did you take them one at a time, or more then one? Why did you take the programs in the order you did- because it was how you wanted to take them or for financial reasons or other?
Some of my concern too is that the ones I want to take the most or first are the ones that I can not quite afford yet.
xposted Current Mood: creative
|Friday, November 9th, 2007|
Help!!! I'm getting married!!! :)
Greetings everyone. I'm planning a wedding for me and my partner for May '08 and could use some help.
We are both spiritually connected (he a Druid and I of mixed spiritual beliefs) and would like to have our ceremony show that. Spirituality is very important to both of us.
Currently what I'm having the hardest time at is finding someone who could/will work with us in our desires and conduct the ceremony. I have no idea where to look for this person. We'll be having the legal ceremony in Canada, since we can't be legally married in most of the US, but that is just for the legality of it all ... the ceremony that will mean the most to us, will be done here and will have much more meaning to us and our spirits. This will be the ceremony that will truly be the connection between us and the Powers That Be.
I'm also looking for the right location. We are located in Seattle, WA and it' has to be somewhere around the area ... it also has to be outdoors. Someplace where everyone will forget that they are even near city life. If it wasn't that most of our guests don't drive, we'd be having the ceremony up on Mt. Rainier.
|Wednesday, October 24th, 2007|
Excerpt: How to Heal Toxic Thoughts
I have permission from Sterling Publishing to share an excerpt from the new psychology/self-help book, How to Heal Toxic Thoughts,
by Sandra Ingerman.
The excerpt is called "Words as Seeds" and contains a brief history of the power of words and a visualization exercise for cultivating a verbal garden of love.
The excerpt is available at the URL below or I can provide it in other formats -- PDF or TXT or DOC -- let me know.http://www.authorviews.com/authors/ingerman3/excerpt.php
|Sunday, February 19th, 2006|
Greetings and Bright Blessings
I just discovered Livejournal today; introduced to it by my ADF Dedicant Program Buddy. I have been poking around here for hours and just came across this community. I'm North and East of Everett, up in the Cascades. I have been a practicing solitary pagan for several years now but I'm really feeling the need to get connected with the local Pagan community and perhaps find a local grove to hang with. Also, if anybody has info on local ren faires I'd like to hear about that as well.
- Owen Gwalchmai
|Saturday, March 5th, 2005|
Hello, I just joined this community..:)
I'm writing a paper about the ancient beliefs in Britan, aka Druidism, celtic myths etc.
I was therefor wondering if anyone could help me out, direct me to some good sides or similar. I'm having trouble finding out exactly *what* they believed in, and how the myths/folklore was connected to their daily life.
If anyone here could help, I would be eternally grateful. ^_^
|Monday, January 31st, 2005|
Hello, I have just disovered this community. I am a resident of Portland, OR. I have not been a part of any spiritual community for some time. My fiance and I are planning a Medieval Celtic Druid Wedding for October 2006. I am interested in learning more about wedding traditions and rites. Does anyone here know of any good links for researching this? Does anyone know of a Druid priest or priestess who performs ceremonies in the Portland area? We would love for our wedding to be held in the Columbia River Gorge, near a waterfall. I am in the early planning stages and would love any advice.