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A Traveller’s Tale

This wonderful tale was written for me by our own Cymro Ap Arthan inspired by the recent drumming meditation I shared for our July meeting (blog link here) Thanks Cymro, I’m honoured, beautiful words. 🙂 Sharing for those who were … Continue reading

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Wildwood Drum Meditation – July meeting

Red Deer Stag drum and rattle beater After a dry day and a fine evening forecast, we stuck with plan A to hold our drum meditation at our beautiful Hearth Grove yesterday; thinking our wet weather indoor plan B wasn’t … Continue reading

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Elen of the Ways – revisited

Back in April 2013, I wrote a Grove blog about Elen of the Ways. Since then, I’d been asked to speak more about my path working with Elen at our recent April 2015 Grove meeting. My talk expanded on … Continue reading

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Lughnasadh Ceremony – Tipping Point

A belated post about our Lughnasadh ceremony 31 July, which we held at our very beautiful Hearth Grove. At our January pub social ‘2014 planning meeting’ I’d hastily volunteered to lead the Lughnasadh ceremony, as I’d had a theme bubbling … Continue reading

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OBOD 50th Anniversary Gathering : 6-9 June 2014

After months of eager anticipation, Cymro ap Arthan and I set out last Friday on our road trip to Glastonbury for the OBOD 50th Anniversary Summer Gathering. We were joined there by Leaf and her husband. So there we were … Continue reading

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For Ash- Nuin (part II)

Back in November 2012, I blogged here about the sad news of Ash die-back disease which had entered the UK I was always hoping that the my favourite Ash the largest, venerable Ash tree at the north-east perimeter of … Continue reading

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Autumn Leaves and nature’s bounty

Watching the changing colours of leaves in autumn is known as Momijigari in Japan. This year in the UK we’ve had a wonderful extended autumnal colour display, stretching in to winter. In the last few weeks, the field maples have … Continue reading

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