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From Resurrection To The Three Trais

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Next Sunday Sessions Live - Sunday 4th April, at 2pm Irish Time Watch here Live! ... or watch the archive later (click pic to set reminder) From Resurrection To The Three Trais a refreshed vision from the three enchantments Resurrection means different things to different people. This Carrowcrory Sunday Sessions is hosted on the Christian Easter Sunday, a time of Christian belief of the body of Jesus becoming alive again after being dead and then ascending to heaven.  With this Sunday Session I am considering what may be described as a fantasy concept of us being reborn from the injustices of politically manifested man made laws and the hypocrisy of the institution of churches, much like the stories of Jesus, at this time, tell. With this Sunday Sessions, I flow with Resurrection being us being reborn out of the environmental destruction orchestrated by politics, church, and their now corporate masters. I use the ancient folklore of the Three Trais of The Bar

Trees In Water Folklore

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Next Sunday Sessions Live - Sunday 28th March, at 2pm Irish Time Watch here Live! ... or watch the archive later (click pic to set reminder) Trees In Water Folklore the merging of sidhe, water and tree folklore through Spring Through this Sunday Session we will transition between the water folklore subjects of February, and the tree subjects of March, to include some of the sidhe and fae folklore of Spring before we move into the brighter April. We return to a reminder of the three pillars encouraged by Carrowcrory Sunday Sessions, these being 1) Create and use an outdoor tree sanctuary, preferably with trees. 2) Contemplate and be inspired through nature based folklore that is mainly focused on weather, water, tree, and sidhe folklore 3) Flow these inspirations through your poetry, writing, music, art, craft and problem solving. Our live guest will be Saraí Humble of 'All Is Well' and hopefully Seamus a programmer of the 'Fairy Council Of Irel

Us And Trees, What can we do?

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Next Sunday Sessions Live - Sunday 21st March, at 2pm Irish Time Watch here Live! ... or watch the archive later (click pic to set reminder) Us And Trees, What Can We Do? An hour or so exploring some of the practical, engaging, wholesome, and personally therapeutic activities we can do within and around trees. Subjects covered will include creating a passion for woodlands, forest education available for anyone, carbon dioxide reduction and increasing replacement oxygen with trees, a re-visit to creating your own tree sanctuary, and following a green prescription for more health for yourself among the trees. I do use Ireland as an example, and why the ideal for the current population of Ireland is 25% of the land being tree covered. What I share can apply anywhere in the world I break this down further to show how just access to quarter of an acre with mixed native trees over 10 years old could consume more CO2 than what we output through car driving and home

Tree Sanctuary & Labyrinth Garden Creation

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Next Sunday Sessions Live - Sunday 14th March, at 2pm Irish Time Watch here Live! ... or watch the archive later (click pic to set reminder) Access to an essential space for nature, and the great spirit connection This is a Sunday Session about uncomplicated and easy tree and nature connection that most of us should be able to do for precious sanctuary. I applaud the people who have taken over stewardship of land and dedicated it to the purpose of expanding woodland cover ... but for this Sunday Session we will mainly focus on the small tree projects that most of us can do in some way to provide us with priceless calming and inspiring sanctuary. Also, this session is for people who do not have space for trees, or are somehow challenged by trees. We will also cover Labyrinth Garden Creation, maybe with herbs, flowers, or soft fruit plants you may have available.   I believe I would be quite lost, now, without the Tree Labyrinth Garden we have in our garden, he

Bare Root Tree Planting

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Next Sunday Sessions Live - Sunday 7th March, at 2pm Irish Time Watch here Live! ... or watch the archive later (click pic to set reminder) 'Tis the season that most people may be planting trees The tree planting season is traditionally Samhain to Imbolc, early November to early February, in the Northern Hemisphere. This is known as the 'dormant season' during the tree cycle. But, us humans are usually last minute with things, and the bulk of the seasonal tree planted gets done late February and through March. Ireland's Tree Week starts 21st March this year and though that will be celebrated online this year, a lot of outdoor planting will be happening.  Bare Root Tree Planting means buying and planting trees without being supplied in soil and pots. Its a lot less cheaper to buy tree plants that way, and a lot less cumbersome. Commercial tree planting is done with bare root plants known as 'whips'. This Sunday Sessions is the first of fo