Event news from ellen Evert Hopman

Druid author Ellen Evert Hopman has a number of online events coming up…

Saturday, January 30

6 PM Eastern USA time

Transcending Roots Zoom Class

Ellen will speak on The Druidic Wheel of the Year

Register here: https://www.transcendingroots.com/event-details/the-wheel-of-the-year-with-ellen-evert-hopman  

March 5-7, 2021

WitchCon a livestream video conference

Ellen will speak on the magical techniques of the Druids

https://www.witchcon.com/presenter.php?presenter=ellen-evert-hopman

join the largest online magical conference in the world here:

https://www.witchcon.com/

10th Anniversary Midwest Women’s Herbal Conference (virtual this year)

Ellen will speak on tree medicine and lore

And Celtic spirituality

May 7, 8 and 9, 2021

https://www.midwestwomensherbal.com/mwhc-virtual-2021

October 26, 2021

Wild Ginger Herbal Center

6-8 PM Eastern

Ellen will speak on

The Sacred Herbs of Samhain

A Zoom webinar

www.wildgingerherbalcenter.com

Ellen Evert Hopman, Herbalist and Author * Bookstore and blog *   www.elleneverthopman.com, http://elleneverthopman.com/shop/   Study Druidism at The Tribe of the Oak www.tribeoftheoak.com

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The Druid Garden

Celtic Druidry

‘The Druid Garden’, a phrase not too commonly heard of but nonetheless has been brought to life by longtime Druid writer and horticulturist Luke Eastwood. This is certainly a very relevant topic in the modern Celtic paganism and Druidry communities and one that is commonly discussed but yet not completely addressed or expanded upon. It somewhat goes without saying that most people in the community are both involved in environmentalism as well as gardening on some scale. The way that Eastwood weaves and combines so many relevant and important topics, really allows for a completely immersive and inspiring yet practical guide on both topics. This is an invaluable book for anyone that is interested in both modern Druidry as well as gardening and specifically, gardening to save the environment and one’s self through organic methods and permaculture.

Yarrow was likely used by the Druids

Firstly, Eastwood gives a wonderful timeline…

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Nature and Self

The River Crow

My Druidry is not, for the most part, about ritual, or meditation, or studying Celtic mythology. My Druidry is not, for the most part, about courses, titles, Orders and robes.

All of these things have their purpose and their place, of course.

A good ritual can connect us to each other and the Sacred. Meditation can still the mind to find peace. Celtic myths can reveal ancient wisdom. Courses can teach skills, titles can reflect experience, Orders can provide community and robes, well, they’re just fun.

But these are not the core of my Druidry.

About 90% of my Druid practice is this:

Go out into a natural place.

Walk.

Look and listen.

There is more to learn from the natural world than from any book or course, any guru or teacher, any Order or religion.

The trees have stories to tell. The animals have wisdom to share. The wind…

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