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Woodland Bard Live - Willow Tree - Sunday April 11th @ 6pm

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This fortnightly group will take you into the heart of tree and plant folklore and their uses. This event will explore the Willow Trees

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In April we will connect with the Willow tree which like the Alder explored in the previous session, is intrinsically linked with the waterways, invoking a feminine presence which breaks up the skyline and encourages wildlife where the land meets the water.

The beauty of our rivers, brooks and streams is a joy to behold and one can see why our ancestors gave names to the rivers linking them to the Goddess. The terrible pollution of our waterways is in direct contradiction to the tradition and importance of their function.

We shall explore the Morrigina, the dark Goddess who is known as Neamhain, Badbh and Macha and calls us to be caretakers of the countryside. These old myths contain deep truths to help us work with our inner selves.

Regular attendance will enable you to build up a worthwhile practice and connection to nature which will help you in your everyday life and enable a connection with a community of like-minded people.

What to expect in a Woodland Bard session:

- A peaceful time listening to prose and poetry that will give you an experience of Nature Connection.

- Learn the profound poetry, lore and uses that surround trees and plants.

- Develop a meditation practice that will help create peace and strength in your life.

- Explore the wealth of Nature Traditions sourced from Western sources connected to this land.

About the organiser:

Jonathon Huet offers over 25 years experience of working with Trees, plants, meditation and nature connection. He has been running the initiative Walk with Trees for over twenty years which promotes the beauty of the landscape and the importance of our connection to it. Each evening is packed with information and inspiring poetry from the British traditions.

All are welcome to join us and connect with the Nature traditions of their own locality.

What people say about Jonathon:

Jonathon is a very kind and caring manner. Very knowledgeable and perfectly grounded in the earth and the traditions of this land. - Mark Lloyd

Beautiful lyrical words and music to celebrate the inspiration of trees with like-minded people - Yvonne McDermott

Jonathon is an incredibly talented individual and brings magic to bushcraft and method to poetry and story. highly recommended - Abbie Simmonds

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