Entering the Sacred Grove: Nature Spirituality with Philip Carr-Gomm

Druidry presents a way of saying that perhaps we're really supposed to be on the Earth. That there's a reason for us being here. And whilst the Earth is a difficult place to live with the suffering that occurs here, nevertheless, it's part of our destiny to be here and to make the world a better place and to contribute to the world. So it's what we would call an embodied spirituality. --Philip Carr-Gomm

Philip Carr-Gomm is one of the leaders and former Chosen Chief of The Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids, as well as a prolific author and teacher of Druidry. He is also a psychologist and educator, and has founded a Montessori school.

In this episode, Philip shares insights about the profound and timeless nature spirituality practice of Druidry that has had a modern resurgence on a global level. We contemplate harnessing the power of ritual, the Druid practice of entering the sacred grove, and of cultivating one’s own life calling, or what is referred to in Druidry as a person’s awen. These practices and insights are all connected toward leveraging the circle of influence each one of us has in our lives and the yearning to enhance our Earth stewardship.

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