Brighid Tales & Traditions, flame, hearth, oaks & Brighid's journey to Cill Dara

Next Sunday Sessions Live -
Sunday 31st January, at 2pm Irish Time


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Brighid Tales & Traditions
flame, hearth, oaks & Brighid's journey to Cill Dara

During the modern setting of the Gregorian Calender Brighid's Eve & Day, 31st January & 1st February, thoughts, prayers, intentions, ceremony, ritual, and storytelling focuses both on St. Brighid of Kildare and Bride the Goddess that inspired Brighid's name. 

Here at Sunday Sessions we are dedicating two online Sunday Sessions to the Bride-Brighid-Imbolc traditions and stories.

With this first one, on 31st January, our focus is on St. Brighid ,founder of the Cille Dara monastery and culture, her life that guided her there, her trinity of her skills of healing, smithing, and poetry, traditions of oak, flame, and hearth associated with her, and a wee bit on her cows and milk. Of course a bit on Brighid Crosses and Brideog Dolls too.

We will touch on her springs, wells, water bearing and births ... but really those topics will be held for the following Sunday Sessions of Imbolc Traditions on 7th February.

Please offer to share your thoughts and practices of Brighid Day as a guest presenting your inspirations, stories and craft, or join in our discussion panel later in the sessions. 

Please contribute your content to the show ...

Brighid Tales & Traditions

Please contact me to present your Brighid stories, poems, crafts, and traditions on this show. You can send me a pre-recorded video or audio file. I can arrange a pre-recorded interview with you. But best choice of all is for you to join in the show live from 2pm Sunday 31st January 2021? 

I can  accept your content though these channels, but before you do, please contact me with an outline of your content that you would like to share, thank you.

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