Dana O’Driscoll’s Sacred Actions Journal is a book that demands you bring your own curiosity and engagement. The techniques and questions O’Driscoll presents are all ways of fostering the Awen in one’s life, of helping to weed and water a lush garden of creativity. There is a lot of protein packed into a very short volume, and it deserves to be savored and digested slowly.
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For those of you who haven’t come across the 19th century Japanese word tsundoku, it’s a wonderful term that in my case has resulted in liberation from the guilt of often buying more books than I’m able to read at one time (the English equivalent bibliomania sounds too much like a disease for my taste!). […]
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This sigil is formed from the intent “Peace for Paris.” Please feel free to use it in your own peace-focused work should you wish.
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After the shock of tragedy passes don’t fall prey to the divisive sectarianism that will inevitably follow. Remember that peace is the purview of the druid. So speak peace. Craft peace. Do peace.
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Seek me in the pine grove, if you would know who I am. Almost a fortnight ago, I took her at her word. Hufflespawn was with his father and the night was clear, if a bit cool. I grab my druid bug-out bag and head down the back steps into the orchard. With every step […]
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