dragonfly9 wrote:...a feeling that this is where I belong and I don't like cliches, but a feeling of at last coming home to where I should be or have been before. Anyone else had that feeling?
Appel wrote:Hi from the Netherlands!
I'm 'Appel', 33 years old, married to my love, mother of one daughter.
I joined this board cause i'm thinking of taking the bardic course. Would love
to learn more about Celts, Old Ways, Nature. To become (more) connected with the
cycle of nature again.
I also consider myself to be a christian, but i do 'hate' dogma's and when people
tell me how to believe or to live. I want to follow my own path and i've read that
there are more christians on this path.
With love, Appel
Orm wrote:Hello !
And thank you. I'm getting the feeling that I have finally.... .come home..?
By chance I found "The Book of English Magic" on a shelf in my local library three weeks ago. It blew me away.
I happen to be a very new newbie but I KNOW this is the path for me. Any tips on how to get started would be of help but please remember that Im a complete beginner.
35, Telford next to The Wrekin.
hugs and kisses
x x x
Wandering Gecko wrote:Hello, I'm new to this place and sort of new to Druidry.
I am 28 and work in Wildlife Conservation in Argyll, Scotland. My partner and I keep a small flock of Shetland Sheep, two sheep/sofa dogs and two very ancient guinea pigs. We try to live as sustainably as possible and both love nothing more than to be out in the wild.
I've known for many years that my beliefs are Druid, and I have celebrated Pagan festivals with friends in a very informal but joyful way. I've dabbled with learning more about it but have decided that after a stressful time in my working life, that I need to more actively pursue an insight into my relationship with nature and feed the spiritual and creative side of my soul: far too easily overlooked when working in the scientific world.
I look forward to meeting many folk and learning much from this community.
twistedsister wrote:Hello. My name is Beth and I live in the mountains of central California (US) near Yosemite National Park. Ya, beautiful! Though somewhat new to Druidry (about a year), I'm no stranger to living with nature. Growing up in the forested mountains of CA, I spent my youth talking to the trees, wind, rocks and birds while riding my horses.
My husband and I recently joined a local seed group as OBOD Bards, and couldn't be happier with our new family. Full of joy and wonder, we're eager to learn and live the Druid lifestyle. Along with our 10 year old daughter, Katie Rose, we look forward to getting to know our brothers and sisters around the world.
Thank you for having us,
AKA, Twisted Sister
Mirflower wrote:Hi all. Just joined the board. Live in Southern California, north of Los Angeles, unemployed since May
Been searching for a path for about 10 years with various pagan groups around here and am sure now that...
I'm a Druid!!!
My next step will be visiting with the groves in my area to find a home for learning, sharing, growing.
MirFlower aka Miranda
aim screen name : MirOffWall
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