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Training in Druidry

Although many people attracted to Druidry join a group or order to further their studies or spiritual development, there are many more who simply begin to adopt Druid beliefs and practices because they find that they reflect feelings and beliefs that they already hold about life. When they read or hear about Druidism they experience a feeling of familiarity – as if they knew these ideas already, and they just needed to hear them fully articulated from the ‘outside’ to recognise that they already knew these ‘inside’.

Druidry places great emphasis on respecting each individual’s spiritual integrity, so there are no practices which must be followed in order to be considered a Druid. There is no sense of obligation to always celebrate the eight festivals, for example.  Read more

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