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~ Nature Connection & Healing ~

“If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.” Nikola Tesla

Find the frequencies that are most harmonious for you.

On this site, I hope to inspire people to connect with the land, the animals, with their soul and with the elemental realms - our planet is awakening and we have the opportunity to become a bridge in allowing the worlds to reconcile and heal in a new cycle of balance between the feminine and the masculine energies.  We can bring together the old and the new, the elemental and the human and the left and right hemispheres together in harmony and in recognition of non-duality.  This is a site of re-enchantment, lore and connecting with the land and the ancestors.  My stories and creations can also be found on YouTube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7K6Z_j9qYmM

I also provide healing services such as reiki for people and their homes as well as card readings.  I hope to share information about this subject including about earth energy, dowsing and sacred sites. Please visit the 'my services' section for more information.  

I hope to use this blog to share the poems, art and photos of the landscapes which I have found to be particularly magical.

Many places in nature are highly rich, fresh and alive with elemental beings and rejuvenating Source energy - these places brim with inspiration, movement and curvature.  It is my hope that this website will deepen an awareness about the importance of honouring and respecting the wise ways of Sacred Nature.

~  Land and Story ~

My ancestors are from Britain and Ireland and I enjoy spending time connecting with the landscapes and sacred sites of my ancestors.  In Ireland, place, name and story are often bound together and notable features in the landscape, such as large boulders, can have their own story - perhaps thrown by a giant in battle, for instance.  Many town names are linked to a story or legendary figures, giving meaning (or mystery), depth and an ancient bond between humans and the landscape.  In Ireland, the word dindsenchas means the ´lore of places´ and it refers to an understanding of the origins of place-names, relating to the legends and characters involved.

~Storytelling & Folklore ~

Ancient lore can ensure that a healthy bond is maintained between language, culture, meaning and land and I believe in the power of folklore, mythology and faery tales in protecting the land.  In 1999, storyteller Eddie Lenihan led a successful campaign to re-route the Ennis bypass, preserving an area of natural and mythological value in which a sacred hawthorn bush or 'sceach' at Latoon, near Newmarket-on-Fergus, was said to be a marker of a 'fairy path' and a site where the faeries gathered.

 

By connecting with story, mythology, the elementals and the lore of place, can we preserve ecologically-rich areas and maintain a healthy psyche, connected with nature?  

"Now in the olden days of King Arthur,

Of whom the Britons speak with great honour,

All this wide land was land of faery.

The elf-queen, with her jolly company,

Danced oftentimes on many a green mead;

This was the old opinion, as I read.

I speak of many hundred years ago;

But now no man can see the elves, you know."

From ‘The Wife of Bath's Tale’ in Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales - his book was presented as a storytelling contest between a group of pilgrims travelling from London to Canterbury and was written between 1397 to 1400.