Druidry for Beginners

Initiation and the Power of Transformation

Initiations can often be very powerful experiences. I was initiated into the Order of Bards Ovates and Druids on the Spring Equinox of 1995, having joined the Order in April 1994. I hadn't rushed in. I wanted to be sure I had found my home. I remember the night well. The ceremony was a powerful experience,

The Pagan Community – A Survivors Guide

So you've found this wonderful thing called Paganism. You might be called to explore a particular path, be that Wicca, Witchcraft, Asatru, Druidry or Shamanism, or you might just want to go with the flow of the eclectic and take stuff from all over. There are magazines, courses, physical groups, online groups, moots, festivals, open

Druidry for Beginners – Beliefs

My last article in this series was back in November 2015 and this one has been prodding me for a while, but it felt like such a big topic I've constantly put it to one side. Modern Druidry is incredibly diverse when it comes to beliefs. How can I write about it with any real

Druidry for Beginners – Spiritual Cartography

What? Let me explain. As we step out on our spiritual path the road ahead may look straight, or it might only be a short distance before the way disappears into the mist. We may be happily walking along when we begin to notice side routes that lead off into less well-trodden areas of the

Druidry for Beginners – The Ritual of the Wild

So hopefully you have been practicing the senses meditations offered in the first post, and you also now have a space in your home dedicated to your practice. What next? It seems to me that a rite of dedication is still an important thing. When I first came to Paganism the route into the Mysteries

Druidry for Beginners – Bringing the Sacred Back Home

If you've been out practicing the Senses Meditation I posted in the first of this series of blogs I hope it's helped to bring a deeper connection with the natural world. To me that really is the first step. Before we step into any work with things unseen it's important we have a good grounding

Druidry for Beginners – More to Come

Well I have been completely overwhelmed by the response to my last post Druidry for Beginners and working with the senses. Certainly enough of a positive responce to post some more and make this an ongoing series. Obviously Druidry is a very personal Journey and these exercises and ideas are just some of the things that

Druidry for Beginners – Where to Start? The Senses.

I know a lot of people who have been walking the Druid path for many years who hunger for books and information that take them deeper, but I also know there many people who are new to the path, who are looking for some kind of guidance on how to fully immerse themselves into their newly

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