Pagan Portals - Australian Druidry

Pagan Portals - Australian Druidry : Connecting with the Sacred Landscape

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Pagan Portals: Australian Druidry works as a supplement to the study of Druidry and other nature-based spiritual paths as practiced in Australia. The seasons, animals, plants and ancestral histories of the land in Australia are quite different from those of the Celtic lands where Druidry originates. Julie Brett discusses the difficulties of following a nature-based tradition in an environment wildly different from Druidism's place of origin, and offers practical information on how to adapt the practice of Druidry to suit the energy of the land and respect its spirits and ancestors.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 128 pages
  • 140 x 216 x 7.62mm | 136.08g
  • Moon Books
  • Ropley, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1785353705
  • 9781785353703
  • 52,271

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This is a clearly written and creative guide to the practice of Druidry in the southern hemisphere. For those wakeful to their European ancestry or inspired to explore its teachings, the book encourages a sensitive relationship with the antipodean landscape, its climate and ecology, celebrating its uniqueness, while not intruding upon the native traditions.--Emma Restall-Orr Julie Brett's Introduction to Australian Druidry is filled with information and inspiration for anyone who wants to connect with the sacred landscape of Australia. Drawing on her years of practical study into the plants, animals and seasons of the Great Southern Land, she outlines the nature festivals she has identified and the rituals she performs, while also teaching readers how to create their own connection and their own ceremonies based on their unique location. Julie's form of Druidry is one of gratitude, contemplation and deep intuition and connection, and she shares her wisdom and experiences not to tell others how they should practise, but to encourage them to weave their own personal spiritual path. It includes many great references too, but also inspires you to find your own meanings and connect to nature in your own way. A wonderful resource for all Australians, and anyone interested in southern hemisphere magic...--Serene Conneeley
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About Julie Brett

Julie Brett is the founder of Druids Down Under and a spokesperson for Australian Druidry. She has been teaching and running public rituals based on exploring the Australian land through the traditions of Druidry since 2007. She lives in Katoomba, New South Wales, Australia.
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