I WANT TO CONGRATULATE a wonderful student of mine from Brazil on completing the course on The Nine Elements of the Human Body, as part of the Druid Forest School Mystical Energy Work Course.
We study how the nine elements of our body connect to the Cosmos.
It’s the same as The Song Of Amergin.
Here is the Song Of Amergin sung so wonderfully by Fran Dempsey:
Amergin was the great Druid of the Milesians, who invaded Ireland and fought the Tuatha De Danaan and their Gods for possession of the Land. Amergin sings of the fact that each human is a microcosm of the macrocosm, that each human is the ‘Purusha‘ of Vedic Spirituality: the Sanskrit word for ‘Cosmic Man’.
At yet more warfare, The Tuatha despaired of being able to express their divine insight and their special skills, nor manifest the Divine Intention that the Gods created Ireland for.
And so the Tuatha De Danaan retreated to the hollow hills and fairy mounds to await the time when humanity was again able to receive their message…
We are expanding our Course to meet the Gods and Goddesses of the Irish Gods, with modules being published shortly to meet fourteen of these great beings, with presentations and audio Journeys. We are also setting up Sacred West Of Ireland tours, details to be revealed by Christmas!
The Nine Elements of the ancient Irish Druids (The Duile) are:
The Druid Forest School Mystical Energy Work Course also includes:
Working also with the three Cauldrons of Poesy
Imbas or ‘illumination’ ‘knowing’ or ‘Truth against the World’.
The true meaning of reality in ancient stories such as the Slaying of Miach.
Connections to wider dimensions of our consciousness to the Celtic Otherworlds:
and Connection to the land-Sea-Sky – and Earth Energies:
And other courses of the Druid Forest School are:
The Ogham, the Tree Alphabet of the Ancient Irish Druids
Meet the Gods and Goddesses of the Ancient Irish.
Audio-visual resources are being developed to support your journey to meet: The Morrigan and The Dagda, as at present, with the Druid Forest School website soon being re-organised to include Journeys to Meet as well: Manannan, Lugh, Diancecht, Miach, Airmed, Danu, Brigid, Corra, Midir, Etain and Angus the God of Love.