Geometry.Net - the online learning center
Home  - Religion - Faery Tradition Bookstore
Page 1     1-20 of 97    1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | Next 20
A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z  

         Faery Tradition:     more detail
  1. Faery Wicca, Book 2: The Shamanic Practices of the Cunning Arts(The Ancient Oral Faery Tradition of Ireland) by Kisma K. Stepanich, 1998-04-08
  2. Tree of Enchantment: Ancient Wisdom and Magic Practices of the Faery Tradition by Orion Foxwood, 2008-10-01
  3. Faery Wicca, Book 1: Theory and Magick, a Book of Shadows and Lights (The Ancient Oral Faery Tradition of Ireland) (Bk.1) by Kisma K. Stepanich, 1998-08-08
  4. Faery Wicca Tarot Kit: Ancient Faery Tradition of Ireland by Kisma K. Stepanich, 1998-10-08
  5. Remembering a Faery Tradition: A Case of Wicca in Nineteenth-Century America by Trudy Last, 2010-01-01
  6. The Wondrous Land: The Faery Faith of Ireland by Kay Mullin, 1997-05
  7. Faery Beasts And Animals of Legend by Michael Howard, 2006-01-30
  8. The Faery Realm of Amy Brown Calendar 2006 by Amy Brown, 2005-06-01

1. Faery, Faery Faith
The oral Irish faery tradition has survived for over thousands of thousandsyears, and is alive and practiced in the Faery Faith Tradition.
. . . to the Faery Homepages for the Faery - Faith Network. ENTER THE FAERY FAITH NETWORK Welcome to this sacred Faery place, this ground revered by all who honour the name of Brigid. Allow yourself to be touched and influenced by the memories, emotions and whisperings evoked by her holy place, Cill Dara! Cill Dara is a Gaelic name that means the Cell or Church of the Oak, and is known today as Kildare and is located in Ireland. Cill Dara was an important gathering place and pilgrimage site in earlier centuries and still is, even today. You are invited to become a pilgrim and undergo a pilgrimage of this site ~ our Faery Realm! At the heart of the longing of all pilgrims lies the hope and dream that, by travelling to a special place associated with the divine, they might somehow be changed and renewed. To be a pilgrim is to invite change, conversion, new perspectives, a deeper life. The journey to a sacred place is just as important as the arrival. Take time, as you venture through our Faery Realm, for this just might be the beginning of your pilgrim way. Look at and listen to the life within you and around you as you take this walk. For though these pages may lend you but a brief pathway to stroll, there is a doorway through which you are invited to enter that will take you down a path on a wonderous journey into the very heart of not only our Beloved Community but that of the Sidhe, the Shing Ones, for we are Their kin and dance and sing and walk and talk with Them every step of the way.

2. The Faery Tradition
The faery tradition. Among the distinguishing features of the faery traditionis the use of a Faery Power which characterizes the lineage.
The Faery Tradition
More information on this Tradition may be obtained from Francesca De Grandis' web site, The 3rd Road , describing a living branch of Faerie shamanism. Back to the COG Home Page

3. The Faery Tradition
Each sidhe had a bean sidhe, a woman of the faeries. weren t in written form untilthe early christian era, before that they were strictly oral tradition.
Once upon a time there was a kingdom of gods, called the Tuatha De Danaan. In a battle with the Milesians, they were defeated and driven underground. The Dagda, Father of all the gods, allotted spiritual Ireland to the De Danaan, giving a sidhe to each of them. A sidhe is a mound beneath the hills, and the De Danaan became known as aes sidhe , the people of the hills, and instead of gods, they were relegated to being faery folk. Each sidhe had a bean sidhe , a woman of the faeries. You know her as banshee. The bean sidhe warned of impending death by giving an eerie wail. They say if you see her by a river ford, washing the bloody grave clothes of the soon to be dead, it bodes ill for you. Perhaps if you ask her who's clothes she's washing, she'll say that they're yours. This is Celtic history. Originally the Celts were spread across Europe, Turkey, the Slovakian countries, Austria and Switzerland, Italy to France and Belgium and Spain. They were eventually pushed back by the advance of the Roman military to Ireland, Scotland and Northern Britain, which encompasses Wales. The stories of the Celts weren't in written form until the early christian era, before that they were strictly oral tradition. Pagans and Wiccans worship the old religion, the God and Goddess that can be found in written and oral history of the Celts.

4. Feri Tradition Introduction
An introduction to the Faerie tradition, also called Feri, of Victor and Cora Anderson Victor Anderson's Feri Tradition. Part One A General Introduction name for Neopagan traditions is Fairy, Faery, or Faerie. One faery tradition, also spelled Feri, was founded by
Fairy Faery Faerie Feri
Victor Anderson's Feri Tradition
Part One: A General Introduction
That is the road to Heaven, my love,
and that is the road to Hell,
And that is the road to Faery,
where you and I must dwell. from the old British folk-song, Thomas the Rhymer There are many Neopagan religious traditions. One of the best known is Gardnerian Wicca, founded by Gerald Gardner. There are, however, many other paths. You can even find several very different traditions with similar names. A currently popular name for Neopagan traditions is Fairy, Faery, or Faerie. One Faery Tradition, also spelled Feri, was founded by Victor Anderson, and developed by Victor and his wife Cora, and several important Feri teachers, largely in the San Francisco Bay Area. Victor died on September 20, 2001, and became one of the Mighty Dead. A number of tributes to him, many from his memorial service, are at WitchVox: Victor was born in 1917 and became blind at the age of two. He claimed spiritual descent from Hawai'ian Kahuna and African Vodoun. Victor was initiated into Harpy Coven in Bend, Oregon, as a teen. This group of people worked with the energy in the 1920's and '30's which eventually became the source of the Faerie Tradition. While very different from Gardnerian and other Neopagan Wicca, it was initiatory and magical, working on the phases of the Moon. The group broke up around the time of World War II. In 1944 Victor married Cora. Cora was a Southerner, as had been most of the members of Harpy Coven. She brought Southern folk magic to the practice she and Victor shared and developed. When Gardnerian and Alexandrian materials were published in the 1960's and 1970's, Victor incorporated some of them into his practice.

5. The Faery Tradition
The faery tradition. By Anna Korn. Among the distinguishing features of the faery tradition is the use of a Faery Power which characterizes the lineage. It is an ecstatic, rather than a fertility, tradition. Trad.htm
The Faery Tradition By Anna Korn The Gods are not just constructs or psychological forces from the
The Blue God

collective unconscious. The Gods are real, with a system of morality different from our own, and we have a responsibility to them. The Faery Tradition, in common with initiatory lineages of the Craft which practice possession, is a mystery tradition of power, mystery, danger, ecstacy, and direct communication with divinity. This is in contrast to traditions which practice psychodrama or psychotherapy through ritual. The negative side of this style of working is that we have a lot of initiates who did not return unscathed from between the worlds. The tradition is not for everybody, and it is not amenable to mass attendance, like many Pagan paths. Blue God image courtesty of Storm Faerywolf
Peacock border courtesy of Fifth Street Studio

6. The Faery Tradition
The faery tradition. an interview with Andraste by Leah Samul. A Fifteen faery traditionpractitioners met in June of 1988 to discuss this and other questions.
The Faery Tradition
an interview with Andraste by Leah Samul
reprinted from the Compost Newsletter Q: Each different tradition in the Craft has its own distinguishing features; what is it about the Faery tradition that makes it different from other traditions in the Craft?
A: Fifteen Faery tradition practitioners met in June of 1988 to discuss this and other questions. What they agreed upon as Faery Tradition essentials comprises the following. Many of these features can be claimed by other traditions as well, and various Faery practitioners may accent some of these more than others.
There is an initiatory lineage, traceable to Victor, Cora, or Gwydion, although Victor tells of antecedents of the present tradition in the coven in which he was involved in the 1920's and 30's in Oregon. Aspects of the tradition are possession of secret names, the practice of energy-working using the pentacles, a body of poetic and liturgical material, information on the Deities; many archetypes are recognized which are specific to the Tradition, the doctrine of the Three Selves, a cingulum of a specific color, a "tribal" or "clan" feel to the coven, the use of the horned (sometimes called "inverted") pentagram, and to some extent the honoring of a warrior ethic, rather like bushido. For example, we are urged not to coddle weakness, support others in insincerities or self-deceptions, and never submit one's own Life force to anyone or anything, ever, which leads to a fierce openness called the "Black Heart of Innocence."

7. Faery Wicca Tradition In Pagan And Witchcraft Directory
Witchcraft, Wicca, Pagan and Occult Resources. Wicca Traditions and Covens. Faery. 3rd Road faery tradition This site presents the 3rd Road faery tradition taught by author Francesca De Grandis; a
Witchcraft, Wicca, Pagan and Occult Resources
Wicca Traditions and Covens
3rd Road Faery Tradition - This site presents the 3rd Road Faery tradition taught by author Francesca De Grandis; a student of Victor Anderson. Academy of the Faerie Folk - Links, reading list, discussions about Faeries. Bardon Home Page - Articles and dialogues with nature and divine spirits derive from 23 years of study in the Western Hermetic tradition of Franz Bardon. Celtic Faery Spiritual Teachings - Faery teachings on Celtic Christianity, ceremonies, and information about the Faery. Presented by two people who have spent time with the people of the Faery. Covenant of Rhiannon Community - A Welsh Faerie Tradition coven, located in Cape May, NJ. Influences include Sybil Leek and Victor Anderson. Doors of Peace - Faery - Includes extensive Faery sections including channelings from the faery, poetry, folk lore, and bibliography. The Dreamscape - Contains over fifteen different topics relating to Faery Wicca. Elfame - Related to all things Faerie, this small but growing site has a variety of information. Faerie Magick - Along with a brief description of the faerie magick tradition, there is a gallery of art,booklist,and a variety of links to other sites.

8. Dragon's Hoard - The Faery Faith In The Northern Tradition
The faery tradition and manifestation of the elemental forces are largely and unjustifiablyneglected in the Northern Tradition, but for those who do work with
The Faery Faith In The Northern Tradition
By Uldis
(Originally published at Imbolc 1996) Within the streams of the Irish, Scots and Welsh Celtic traditions there is, for each, an underlying "Fairy Faith" or older tradition. The British "Fairy Tradition" may be an echo or remnant of this Celtic heritage. Less evident, though still discernable, is a similar vein within the Northern Tradition. As the religion of the groups of people we label loosely as Teutonic was the last pagan religion to succumb to Christianity, perhaps it had more time to accumulate extra layers, covering the faith it evolved from. The later warrior-like deities of the Northern Tradition, such as Odin and Thor, are the best known pagan gods generally, as many children’s books and comics show. They also feature strongly in the mythological texts - the Prose and Poetic Eddas from which the greater part of our knowledge concerning the Northern Tradition is derived. The Eddas tell of a war between Odin’s Aesir and the Vanir, a family of fertility deities who date back to the Bronze Age. This conflict in the myths could recall a time when an agricultural culture clashed with the later, more nomadic and mobile Iron Age warrior tribes. The Aesir and Vanir, after a long war, formed an alliance and later intermarried, just as their human followers did in the lands they invaded. Frey and Freya simply mean "Lord" and "Lady". Much of Native British Paganism can be traced back to this root.

9. The Faery Faith Tradition
mention of an oral faery tradition a tradition mixed with magic and surrealism; a tradition that The oral faery tradition's teachings and its dimensions are not about little
About Faery-Faith Network

About the FFN Founder

FFN Central Grove
Truth About Faeries
Bhairdic College

On-line Faery Classroom

Druidic Clan of Dana

Sacred Trees
coming soon!
The Faery-Faith Tradition From ancient times comes the mention of an oral Faery Tradition: a tradition mixed with magic and surrealism; a tradition that enchants the listener, drawing you into the mystery teachings hinted at it in its mythos. The oral Faery Tradition's teachings and its dimensions are not about little creatures flitting about with wings on their backs, as is so popularly misconstrued by individuals who are not a part of this authentic tradition. It is a tradition and world centered in the primal earth and the power contained therein, the stars above and inside and below the earth, the multiple cirlces of existence. It is a tradition rich with Sidhe or Ancient Ones, the Gods and Goddesses of Ireland, the ancestors, and the continuum. It is a Bhairdic (bardic) and Druidic tradition. The oral Faery Tradition has survived for over thousands of years and is alive today and very much practiced by members of a beloved community that has formed under the aegis of The Faery-Faith Network. Because the tradition spans generations and has crossed over into other cultures, it is therefore replete with rich and varied practices; it is multi-cultural and multi-religious.

10. Shamanic Training
Presents the tradition taught by author Francesca De Grandis.
Learn Wicca / Wiccan Classes / Classes in The Celtic Shamanism
Francesca De Grandis
The 3rd Road
Table of Contents What is the 3rd Road Tradition? What is a 3rd Road Class? What is 3rd Road's Mystic Rose Path? A Personal Statement ... Class Schedules THE 3RD ROAD tradition is a living branch of ancient Faerie shamanism also called Wicca, Goddess Spirituality, Faerie Tradition, or Celtic shamanism. It develops one's spiritual, psychic, and worldly potential, while honoring each person's inextricable weaving with society, nature and cosmos. This is an ecstatic path pursued via a supervised and disciplined approach to: psychic training; intense personal growth (which includes purification of the inner blocks that keep one from fulfillment and service); an experience of the love of the Goddess and God in daily life; and a practical application of shamanism to life's joys and challenges. The 3rd Road is an initiatory path. The 3rd Road has two distinct branches: Mystic Rose and Stellar Rose . Each stands on its own as a complete training with its own unique initiation. Some students choose to gain the benefits of both trainings. Although both trainings are initiatory, initiation is not guaranteed upon completion of the classes. However, certification of completion is given.

11. The Faery Tradition
The faery tradition. The wind blows out of the gates of day, The wind blows over the lonely of heart, And the lonely of heart is withered away, While the faeries dance in a place apart, Shaking their
The Faery Tradition
The wind blows out of the gates of day,
The wind blows over the lonely of heart,
And the lonely of heart is withered away,
While the faeries dance in a place apart,
Shaking their milk-white feet in a ring,
Tossing their milk-white arms in the air:
For they hear the wind laugh, and murmur and sing
Of a land where even the old are fair,
And even the wise are merry of tongue;
But I heard a reed of Coolaney say,
"When the wind has laughed and murmured and sung, The lonely of heart is withered away!" W.B. Yeats
Would you like to see a faery
The Basics
I know very little of the Tradition in itself. I've been taught by the sister of an acquaintance, and only sporadically she lives far from me (about an hour's drive), so instead she wrote me messages her brother gave me at school. Let's just say that it's not as informative as a real-time discussion. The practice varies as much as any other branch. However, some of it always remains more-or-less the same. In example, the fact that it embraces sexuality, be it hetero or homo, self-gratifying or in large numbers. Also, there is always the fact that you don't need to cast a Circle for every spell or ritual. The Faery Tradition embraces the mundane and everyday factors of magick, so if, let's say, you want to do magick while sitting in the car or waiting at the bus stop, you can. It's very practical. Where this Tradition differs from most neo-Pagan or Wiccan Craft is its roots. Wicca was "revived", in a way, by Gerald Gardner earlier this century. The Feminist Spirituality movement is even more recent but the Faery Way has been passed down from generation to generation and although some finer points have surely been lost in time, it is better preserved than the other branches.

12. Faery Gold: The Tylwyth Teg Files
Anna Korn s Essay On the faery tradition. Among the distinguishing features of thefaery tradition is the use of a Faery Power which characterizes the lineage.
Faery Gold
The Tylwyth Teg Files: Example 2
Anna Korn's Essay On the Faery Tradition
The original version of this essay about the basics of the Faery Tradition appeared in the Compost Newsletter in 1988, and was put together by Anna Korn aka Andraste from notes collected during a meeting of Faery elders in California. Anna Korn is a well-known Faery priestess of the Bay Area in California, and the executor of Gwydion Pendderwen's estate. This longer article is now available on the Compost website at Anna Korn revised this article for posting on the Covenant of the Goddess website in 1995, where it now resides at YTT could ONLY have stolen the description of Feri, written by Anna/Andraste, from the COG site because the wording similarities reflect changes she made to the article SPECIFICALLY for the COG site. In private correspondence with an associate of FG, "Robert Wynne" of YTT [from Rhuddlwm Gawr's email address] claims that Anna Korn (and Gabriel and NROOGD (!?) plagiarized "his father's" original work, work he claims was produced in 1992. In the example in question here that's four years AFTER Anna's piece first appeared in the Compost Newsletter. A form of the plagiarized material was at

13. Faery Witchcraft
The faery tradition honors nature and reveres the dieties that personify theforces of nature, life, fertility, death and rebirth. faery tradition.
An American craft founded by Victor Anderson and Gwydion Pendderwen. Although in the beginning this craft was very small secretive it has now reached a wide audience. The faery tradition honors nature and reveres the dieties that personify the forces of nature, life, fertility, death and rebirth. There is no standard secret book of shadows in this craft. Some aspects of the craft still remain a secret but most aspects are now taught openly. The faery tradition provides for a passing of power upon initiation. Faery tradition also identifies different currents of energy within the universe. Two key teachings centre on the iron and pearl pentagrams. These are meditational tools to bring oneself into balance with the universe and to explore the self. The faery tradition also permits eclectism. Rituals are offerings of beauty to the Gods. The Real Witches Handbook BAMBERG WITCH TRIALS , the history of the Bamberg witch trials SALEM OLD WITCH JAIL , the history of the salem witch jail ARRAS WITCH TRIALS , a mass witch hunt took place in Arras, France.

14. Bean_si's Faery Wicca
I chose the faery tradition and not Faery Wicca because I have had an affinity for the wee The shamanistic approach of the faery tradition allows me the freedom I
var cm_role = "live" var cm_host = "" var cm_taxid = "/memberembedded"
THE FAERY TRADITION Welcome Page Favorite Links
For Beginners
I chose the Faery Tradition and not Faery Wicca because I have had an affinity for the wee folk since I was quite young and I am not one for strict form. The shamanistic approach of the Faery Tradition allows me the freedom I need to combine my work with the Fae and the old Celtic ways on a more personal level. When I call the elements to cast my circle, I call upon the king of each elemental spirit from the Fey world. Gnomes, sylphs, salamanders, and undines are the beings that represent each of the corners (north to west). The individual kings are King Ghob of the gnomes, King Paralda of the sylphs, King Djinn of the salamanders, and King Niksa of the undines. These four elemental kings help form and protect my circle and help in any magical workings I may do in circle. When it comes to specific needs or energies, I then call upon the faeries that provide that type of energy. With faeries, though, you actually ask for their help, you do not just call them. As the circle closes and the faeries are returning to their realm, one leaves an offering of fresh milk or butter in bowls not poured on the ground. I am also studying the Faery Tradition as taught by Francesca De Grandis in her book "To Be A Goddess! A Guide to Celtic Spells and Wisdom for Self-Healing, Prosperity and Great Sex" and will incorporate this into my work as well.

15. The Faery Tradition
Victor Anderson (V) and Gabriel Carillo (G), respectively. The fiveelements and the pentacle. More about the Faery (Feri) tradition.
The Feri Pentacles
The Pentacles of Feri are a meditational device which will teach you a lot about yourself. Try meditating on the points of the Iron Pentacle beginning with Sex, then Pride, Self, Power, Passion, and back to Sexmaking an invoking pentacle. then try going round the edges from Sex to Self, Passion, Pride, Power, and Sex. Think about the relationships between concepts as well as the meaning of each. Some good links to further study include:
an article by Storm Faerywolf on the pentacles
The Iron Pentacle as a meditative tool, by Hilary Valentine of Reclaiming
Epistemology and the Pentacles of Feri
The Feri Pentacle of Iron
The Feri Pentacle of Pearl
Comparison of various pentacles, including the lead pentacles created by Victor Anderson (V) and Gabriel Carillo (G), respectively.
The five elements and the pentacle More about the Faery (Feri) tradition


> "); document.write(m.substring(p, 0)); document.writeln(""); // End >

16. Vicia And The Anderson Feri Tradition
Ferirelated sites. The faery tradition ~ Article written by AnnaKorn (and a beautiful image of the Blue God). The Feri Tradition

Letters from a
Hill Witch

by Cora Anderson
... Vicia Exercises The Copper Decagram
on Sexual Ethics

Branches of Feri

17. RJ Stewart Workshop Descriptions
faery tradition. Welcome to the faery tradition page. While this is true, there arealso magical arts hidden and implied within the folkloric faery traditions.
Faery Tra dition Welcome to the Faery Tradition page On the Calendar you will find where and when. Here we give you some information about what awaits you. Go to the Calendar page
Go to the Workshops Directory page
The Living World of Faery Do you believe in faeries? Your not-so-distant ancestors probably did, but not as little glitzy people with gossamer dresses and butterfly wings. If you want to experience the faery realm directly, this practical intensive event is for you. A unique feature of this weekend will be material from an 18th century journal, as published in RJ's new book, The Living World of Faery . This material includes the Faery Breath, physical relocation by faery allies, Scottish seers in Virginia, and faery teachings regarding the life of the planet. This workshop will also give you insights and methods for further work with:

18. RJ Stewart: Pan Gaia Article: Faery Realm
So here is a brief Question and Answer sequence, which covers the absolutelyfundamental basics of the faery tradition, by any name, in any culture.
The Faery Realm Article (1) written for and published in PanGaia Magazine
What is the faery realm, who or what lives there, and why should we concern ourselves with it?
The best way to begin is with the basic essential definitions handed down to us from folkloric and ancestral tradition. These are surprisingly simple, and are found in close variants worldwide; in this discussion, however, we will focus mainly on the British and European beliefs (2). Why? Because these are the ones I know best, and, more significantly, because they act as a working model for the tradition. Once you have the basics, you can discover for yourself how they share a planetary tradition, by researching comparative folklore, mythology, and ethnic magical traditions.
So here is a brief Question and Answer sequence, which covers the absolutely fundamental basics of the faery tradition, by any name, in any culture.
Q: What is the Faery realm?

19. San Francisco Shamans: Faery Tradition
beings (all living beings other than human and faery which includes animals trees,plants, etc.) According to RJ Stewart, The faery tradition s core beliefs


Faery Tradition

The Ballad of Thomas the Rhymer

Tame Lin

Faery Traditions ( Fairy Faith )
The Little Mermaid, Copenhagen, Denmark - a character from Hans Christian Anderson's fairytale, "The Little Mermaid"
Modern Conceptions of Fairies.
It is important to note that most modern peoples conception of the fairy is a diluted degraded demystified dishonored, and corrupted version of the elder tradition's powerful view. RJ Stewart , the important Celtic underworld and faery teacher, has emphasized this degeneration in his many books. This degeneration of the fairy tradition has occurred since the 18th century CE and the industrial revolution. This has resulted in a particularly nasty and vacuous view of the powerful fairy beings. For example, they are seen as small beings with little butterfly wings and wands like tinkerbell.
Modern Conceptions of Fairies
Types of Faeries In ancient traditions worldwide there are perceived a multitude of faery beings and faery tribes who come in a huge variety of shapes sized and qualities. Katherine Briggs, for exapmly, in her book "The Vanishing People, Fairy lore and Legends (1978, Pantheon Books/Random House, New York/Toronto, originally published by B.T. Batsfield, London)) points out a few of the many faery races. Brownies, hobglins, pixies, bwcas, shelly goats, corrigans, spiggrans, phynnoderees, name but a few. Others include Trooping faeries, house spirits, nature fairies, fairy midwives, faery changelings, Bogie Beasts, Bwbachod, Sidhe, Dwarfs, Elves, Fees, Gnomes, Goblins, Kelpie, Korrigan, Meg Mullach, Mermaids, Mermen, Moss Women, Water Horses, Padfoot, People of Peace, Pouka, Sluagh, Spunkies, Swanmaidens, Trolls, Tuatha De Danann, Tylwyth Teg, Will o' the Wisp. See attaché glossary of Faeries from Katherine Briggs.

20. San Francisco Shamans: Ancestral Tradition
It may be that the Celtic Shamanistic tradition has maintained a faery traditioncloser to the original tradition worldwide, pre 15,000 BCE.


Ancestral Tradition


Rodney Karr's Ancestors:
The Kerr (Karr) Clan

The Mackay Clan

Ancestoral Tradition Blood Ancestral Types
In Druid and shamanistic traditions worldwide, the "Ancestors" are very important as guides and teachers. A good deal of Druid and shamanistic spiritual work involves going into trance and entering the Underworld (the world within the Earth) the world in which Faeries and Ancestors reside. Trance journeys are taken to the Underworld through time and space to meet with the spirit beings and gain knowledge and wisdom from them.
In Earth based and shamanistic terms the eternal now is far more that the modern western interpretation of the Buddhist and Hindu concept of being present, rather being in the present is far more than being in the moment, It is a nonlinear, non-time oriented approach. The eternal now involves entering a mystical state in which one is conscious and alive in the eternal now of past present and future at once. In this concept of eternal now, our ancient ancestors exist now and we can communicate with them. We as well who exist now are available for future shamans to communicate and be present with us now. We are their ancestors.
A major role worldwide for shamans/Druids has always been to be a bridge of the eternal now for their communities and peoples. The shaman connects the ancestors with the present community and the future.

A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z  

Page 1     1-20 of 97    1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | Next 20

free hit counter