skh wrote:The one brown envelope that I kept doesn't have a return address on it, just a tree in the upper right corner of the address label But maybe someone else could have a look at theirs and confirm it.
goldylox wrote:And lastly what is a good starter book for someone with a lot of questions about druid practice, religion, philosophy and way of life?
Celtic3Horse wrote:I rec'd my Intro package on 31-Oct-2007 and plan to sign up for the Bardic course as soon as possible (tax refund!) However, I do have one question first. Is poetry a requirement? I would rather be nibbled to death by a duck than read or write poetry. Love it in songs by others and story telling is okay...but please...no poetry.
Mijan wrote:On the other hand, there's a significant part of me that remains sceptical about any religious/spiritual course that is given entirely in a textbook format, with no direct human instruction.
I also wonder if this course will cover a great deal of material that I already know thoroughly.
Donata wrote:I also wonder if this course will cover a great deal of material that I already know thoroughly.
Yes, it may. It did for me, mostly in the Bard Grade. However the material was presented from a different perspective, so I found it very meaningful. It encouraged me to go within and find a different approach to what I already knew and practiced. There was always new material as well. All of it deepened my own spirituality.
Donata (still learning)
Cercatore wrote:Thanks Art,
I figured it would be a little while, I was just hoping I was wrong.
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