I love to share things that I’ve found that go along with my study of Druidry, and the work of Dr. Daniel Foor, especially his Ancestral Lineage Healing Online Course and his book have been an amazing part of my journey and really valuable personal work! For a little more on my work with this course, see my post here.
When I started OBOD I thought, gee, someone needs to create a blog about the intersection of Permaculture and Druidry. I didn’t have to-there already is a FABULOUS blog called The Druid’s Garden. Highly recommended for anyone interested in Permaculture, Druidry and connecting with Nature.
This course, called “The Living Touch of Wild Earth” from Schumacher College in England, will challenge your perceptions, in a good way.
Buhner, author of The Lost Language of Plants, Plant Intelligence, and many other books, has a very unique way of helping people to see from a more Earth-centered place….
I deeply urge you all to stop and read this. SO MUCH THIS!!
“ I realized just how a dangerous a thing it is to ignore beauty in the name of efficiency; to prioritize productivity and perfection over pleasure and play. My heart ached for the countless times I had denied myself what I wanted and needed most – whether it was nourishment, rest, connection, or exploration. I implore you to remain vigilant for this tendency in your own life, for it is this insidious thing which gives rise to a world where fascism is possible and those things which are sacred become commodities rather than forces with which we are in relationship. ”
While I gear up from the dark part of the year, I wanted to share one of my very favorite pieces on the internet. This resonates SOOO deeply.
The writings of herbalist and traditional Ozark Mountain “Yarb Doctor” Brandon Weston of Mountain Man Healing are deeply steeped in the traditions of the Ozarks. It’s a wonderful thing that he is writing these down, and making them fresh for a new generation of people from the Ozarks and the wider culture of America.
As American Druids, sometimes we have a hard time wrapping our heads around how we are the same as and how we differ from traditional Welsh and UK Druids. Things are different in the US.
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