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Walking in the Footsteps of the Ancestors – Kingley Vale

One of my favourite walks is through the ancient Yew forest of Kingley Vale, near Chichester, West Sussex. Some of the trees there are estimated to be 5,000 years old. Communicating with these wise and ancient beings is an experience … Continue reading

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Forest walk

After weeks of juggling work, family and visiting a friend in hospital I am having a whole day in one of the oldest Yew forests in Europe with Tilly dog. The fungi will be lush, and the petrichor (that intoxicating … Continue reading

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Reiki level 1

I am looking forward to sharing the magical and life-changing system of Reiki at Equilibrium, Lewes on Sundays 28th September and 5th October. Cost £150-00. Certificated. Please contact me or equilibrium-clinic.com for enrolment details. Also Tarot workshop – A Dance … Continue reading

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Workshops and Courses

I am now offering two dates for the workshop Tarot Tribes – A Dance of Thrones. Please choose either 12th or 19th October. Also Reiki level I is offered over two days – 28th September and 5th October. Please check … Continue reading

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Earth Spirit Festival

Looking forward to sharing my Magical Language of Trees workshop at The Earth Spirit Festival, Galveston Hall, Horsham today and Monday. Please come along if you are free. Details: www.earthspiritfestival.com.  

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For the Love of Albion

The wild mountains of North Wales made me aware of the contrasting beauty of our land of birth. Not separate nations of England, Scotland, Northern or Southern Ireland, Wales or independent isles such as Mann, Guernsey, Jersey, Alderney etc., but … Continue reading

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The Soldier – Rupert Brooke

This weekend I will be visiting Grantchester, near Cambridge, where the poet Rupert Brooke lived in The Old Vicarage (now, unfortunately, inhabited by Jeffrey Archer). The village has hardly changed since Brooke’s day, and the church clock is permanently set … Continue reading

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Lughnassadh

The build-up to the fire festival of Lughnassadh around August 1st always brings up mixed emotions for me. The heat of the Sun, the joy of spending time by the sea, picnics and camping are tinged with the unspoken knowledge … Continue reading

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Envy is the Religion of the Mediocre

Envy is the religion of the mediocre. It comforts them; it responds to the worries that gnaw at them, and finally it rots their souls, allowing them to justify their meanness and their greed until they believe these to be … Continue reading

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Glorious Mid-Summer fun!

What a beautiful day it was yesterday for the Summer Solstice! I love my country of birth. We are unique! Pentacle Drummers and Morris Dancers celebrating the Solstice festival We also have the most wonderful countryside We also appreciate wiser … Continue reading

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