Learn about the Celtic Druids' beliefs, Irish Druid religion mythology, folklore and magic of the druids in Ireland, and how to ensure your modern pagan druidry practice is respectful - with native Irish Draoí Lora O'Brien.
Do you have colonial heritage? Did your ancestors take things from indigenous people that did not belong to them? Does your modern pagan Druidic practice continue that imbalance?
Are you willing to break that cycle?
The course presentation covers:
Learn how to practice a modern pagan version of Irish Druidry that is more authentic, in balance, and respectful to the native history and traditions.
Your Course access enrollment includes:
Learning from and honouring your ancestors, or native Irish cultural and religious traditions, does not have to continue cycles of disrespect and damage. Take the steps to change things for the better, for the future... starting with this course.
Lora is an Author, Teacher, and Guide: native born Irish, with 20+ years personal and professional experience in our history, heritage, archaeology, mythology, and pre-christian Irish Spirituality. Publications include - Irish Witchcraft from an Irish Witch, 2004; A Practical Guide to Irish Spirituality, 2013; Tales of Old Ireland - Retold, 2018; and a forthcoming work on Pagan Priesthood, Llewellyn 2019.
She is a modern Draoí – a practitioner and priest of indigenous Irish magic and spirituality, in the simplest terms. Lora has been consciously following a pagan path for 25 years, and dedicated specifically to the Irish Goddess Mórrígan 14 years ago. She managed one of Ireland's most important sacred sites - Cruachán/Rathcroghan - for a decade, and is a co-founder and legal celebrant with Pagan Life Rites Ireland.
"[The Class] was really wonderful. Highly recommend getting the recording. Lora's focus is Irish practices, but the ideas--where the druidic revival came from (upper class English white men), the exporting and then reimporting of native spiritual practices, the colonial attitude of, "I can take this piece from this practice and that piece from another practice and make it my own," instead of going to the roots of a practice and really working with it--yeah, it was amazing and heavy and challenging."
- Rebecca Dafydd (USA, Wales)