By Nimue Brown
In my book ‘Druidry and Meditation’ I spend a lot of time making the case for meditation as a way of engaging more deeply with life. I’m conscious that in some meditative traditions, the aim is to transcend. However, I see druidry as a faith that embraces the world we inhabit. Thus the aim of any druid activity is not, normally to escape, but to go deeper into relationship with all that is. What I want to do in this essay is cover content not in the book; namely when it is a good idea to use meditation as a way of disconnecting, and how to go about this.