Druidry and the Land

I’ve added a number of permanent pages on the blog–I hope you’ll check them out:

About Druidry: An introduction to druidry, as I see it!  I cover the basics of druidry as a spiritual and life path today as well as important concepts and symbols within druidry.  This is just a basic introduction–you can learn much more through the Ancient Order of Druids in America or the Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids!

About the Land: Spiritual Healing of the Land.  This is an article that I wrote for Touchstone (the OBOD’s journal) on healing the land and walking the Ovate path.  It is the foundation of everything that I’m trying to do here in this blog, and I thought it was important to share.  It talks about my own journey with land healing as well as general tips for land healing and an animistic / druidic perspective.

Druidry and the Environment: A Q&A where I discuss my perspective on the relationship between Druidry and the environment.  I firmly believe that anyone who walks a druidic path (or other earth-based, pagan path) has more than just a passing interest in what happens to our earth and non-human persons.  I am saddened when I see/hear fellow pagans not taking environmental issues seriously. This also talks a bit about my own spiritual path.

About the Druid: A very short discussion of who I am as a druid! Although really, the three links above speak volumes about who I am :).

Dana O'Driscoll

Dana O’Driscoll has been an animist druid for over 15 years, and currently serves as Grand Archdruid in the Ancient Order of Druids in America. She is a druid-grade member of the Order of Bards, Ovates, and Druids and is the OBOD’s 2018 Mount Haemus Scholar. She is the author of Sacred Actions: Living the Wheel of the Year through Earth-Centered Spiritual Practice, and is a writing professor with extensive journaling experience. Dana is a certified permaculture designer and permaculture teacher who teaches sustainable living courses and wild food foraging. Dana lives at a 5-acre homestead in rural western Pennsylvania with her partner and a host of feathered and furred friends. She writes at the Druids Garden blog and is on Instagram as @druidsgardenart.

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