Kindred Spirit Magazine
Click here to read my article in October's Kindred Spirit magazine.
When we attune to the ancient Wheel of the Year and the cycles of nature – Samhain, the old pagan festival we now celebrate as Halloween on 31 October – is the point of the year when we begin to descend into the darkness of winter. It’s a time associated with death, dying and letting go.
All of nature moves in cycles, and as part of nature, human beings are also subject to these natural cadences. We have circadian rhythms and experience physical, mental and behavioural changes throughout each day, primarily in response to shifting cycles of light and darkness in our environment. When we allow ourselves to flow with nature’s cycles we tend to feel more connected, creative and energised. More...
This is an album of devotional songs celebrating The Lady of Avalon, The Great Goddess who lies in the sacred land of Glastonbury.
These songs can be used for healing and ceremonial purposes.
They can also simply be enjoyed as beautiful songs.
"What a magical and beautiful work of art."
"It's really an extraordinary piece of work and I play it in all of my workshops."