This is my favourite season, and I’ve created a video to try and capture that moment. I’ve been filming all last week, and also making music as featured on the video. More details in the video’s information on YouTube 🙂
Bright blessings of the returning light to you all! We’ve been filming this morning, for our Druid College Online Course which we hope will be available next year. Here’s one of my favourite spots…
Here is a new short film I did, inspired by the gorgeous Suffolk countryside on a beautiful late November morning.
Here is the second installment in my Druid Ritual Tools series for Down the Forest Path Video Blog: the cup, cauldron and bowl. I hope you enjoy!
Fellow author, Druid and all around lovely person, Danu Forest has written the first in a series of e-books that detail aspects of each of the eight pagan festivals, otherwise commonly known as The Wheel of the Year.
Her first book, The Magic of the Summer Solstice, is a well written, well-rounded account of folklore and customs that surround this time of the highest light. It is also filled with arts and crafts to do during the summer solstice, as well as recipes, meditation, visualisations and more. There are also lovely, simple illustrations by her talented husband and artist (and excellent drummer – my doumbek came alive in his hands at Druid Camp last year!), Dan Goodfellow.
I loved this little book. I loved it so much I read it twice. I really look forward to reading the others in the series, and to find ways to incorporate some of the ideas into my own personal ritual practice.
For the time being, I’m keeping an eye on the elder tree in my backyard for making cordials, and will be making a lovely sun wheel for our group celebration later this month!
P.S. Just to top it all off, I was also delighted to see that at the end of the e-book was this!
Autumn is my favourite season. I love the colours, the smells, the feel, the light. I thought I’d share some of my inspiration with all you lovely folks as I dusted off the old camera… model is my beautiful friend and fellow Mori Girl, Sarah.
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