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Category: Druidry

I was raised Irish Catholic in a family of farmers and teachers. It was understood that you first loved God, then your neighbors, and then the gifts of the land. Walking the farm was as much a spiritual lesson as economic necessity.

Through a winding and twisty path my relationship with divinity grew and changed. The most important spiritual experiences for me have always been through the land. Whether I was at the farm I grew up on or a park in the city, there was a peace and sublime pleasure in the natural world that I could not, and still cannot, replicate in any other setting. So the Earth is now my temple and priestess.

Druidry has been the easiest way I can relate my spiritual life and experiences with others. I am currently working on my Ovate grade through OBOD. I work mostly as a solitary Druid. My community comes from talking and learning with folks online through YouTube, this blog, and social media. Some Druids feel that the path is more a philosophy or a way to honor their history and ancestry. But, for me it is my primary expression of spirituality and is all the religion I need right now.

Magic in Druidry

We’re changing the world, those of us who are Druids, Witches, Magicians, Sorcerers. We practice magic to make changes all around us. The wonder and awe associated with a good […]

Cultivating Nwyfre

Nwyfre is a magical term used by Druid’s to describe the “life force” or energy we find in the world around us. It’s common to begin to explore this energy […]

Finding Awen

Whether it’s the sound of waves crashing against the rocky shore or a farm bell ringing out over the pasture, inspiration rings within us when the moment is right. In […]

Into the Woods – To the New Druid

To share your experience of Druidry (or any belief/passion/lifestyle) online is to connect with others who share similar stories. When you don’t have that connection in your day to day […]