Spirits of the Sacred Grove

Emma Restall Orr

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Spirits of the Sacred Grove

Spirits of the Sacred Grove By Emma Restall Orr Spirits of the Sacred Grove Modern Druidry is a fast growing spiritual tradition Far from being wrapped in a veil of secrecy it is celebrated openly in the sunlight of a meadow or a shady forest glade This is a very personal j

  • Title: Spirits of the Sacred Grove
  • Author: Emma Restall Orr
  • ISBN: 9780722535967
  • Page: 139
  • Format: Paperback
  • Spirits of the Sacred Grove By Emma Restall Orr Modern Druidry is a fast growing spiritual tradition Far from being wrapped in a veil of secrecy, it is celebrated openly, in the sunlight of a meadow or a shady forest glade This is a very personal journey through the seasons with a modern female Druid, which reveals Druidry as an accessible and compelling spiritual path that offers great potential for healing and self Modern Druidry is a fast growing spiritual tradition Far from being wrapped in a veil of secrecy, it is celebrated openly, in the sunlight of a meadow or a shady forest glade This is a very personal journey through the seasons with a modern female Druid, which reveals Druidry as an accessible and compelling spiritual path that offers great potential for healing and self empowerment.
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    1. Jennifer on said:

      I received a copy in exchange for a fair honest review.Spirits of the Sacred Grove has also been published under the title A Druid Priestess , although this title is far fitting for the beauty contained within From the beginning, the reader is taken on a journey We are brought into the world of the author, the world of the modern day Druid This is no dry recitation of history or list of dos and don ts This is a book to be experienced, not read It is a journal full of passion that engages the so [...]

    2. Lesley Arrowsmith on said:

      Emma Restall Orr writes really well her descriptions are vivid, so that you feel you re there with her She goes through the cycle of the Druid year, from Samhain and back to Samhain again, but also talks about weddings and rituals for a girl to become a woman, and for a woman at the end of her child bearing years looking forward to life after the menopause It s not a How To book she recommends a proper training course for those who are interested in becoming a Druid, but it does give an insight [...]

    3. Nimue Brown on said:

      Book journeys I believe this is the first incarnation of Emma Restal Orr s book it was republished as Druid Priestess, and then re published a second time as a Pagan Classic, by Moon Books, where it s reverted to the original title, and found a new cover I ve tagged all three versions of the cover for clarity Emma Restall Orr is person featured on the Druid Priestess cover, not a model The original paperback version of Spirits of the Sacred Grove can occasionally be found second hand, as can Dru [...]

    4. Monet on said:

      I believe Orr was trying to enlighten us about modern Druidism, but all I got out of this were vaguely psychotic images of her communing with fairies and tree spirits while transforming into birds and animals Sorry, Emma, you lost me.

    5. Dawn Graham on said:

      Giving this two stars only because I reserve one star ratings for books that I cannot force myself to finish It took strong will and stubbornness to finish this It reads like a dream diary or a very unorganized journal If it was a personal book, left to be read by those left behind after death, it would be prized and deeply valued As a book, to be shared, with any other reader, it left me lost and struggling to figure out where I had been and where I was going The descriptions of the rituals is [...]

    6. Gabriel Clarke on said:

      Another book where I question whether I should have rated it or not I love Emma Restall Orr s work and perspective and her The Wakeful World is a very important book for me But and clearly there s a but , given the rating this book, in giving such an honest, frank account of her personal experience of walking freely between different experiential realities, paradoxical left me feeling a little alienated Her journey felt so unique, so special and so specific to her that it left me feeling somehow [...]

    7. Valarie on said:

      I registered a book at BookCrossing BookCrossing journal 11681168

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