Bealtaine Flowers

& May Bush Folklore ...  next session Sunday 1st May 2022

about this afternoon session

This Nature Folklore Sessions is an indulgence to me because my favourite colour is yellow. To me, yellow in nature is like a dog waiting for you at home. No matter what challenging and upsetting or stressed day we may have had, our dog is always so please to see us. Likewise I find that no matter how pissed off I am with something, I never fail to smile at yellow flowers. 

A lot of people think of bluebells and violets at this time, and the enchanting wild purple orchids are about too, well before the midsummer blue ones ... but for me this time is about the yellow flowers.

This is the time of abundance of primroses, cowslips, furze in best bloom, and dandelions before they change into cotton ball clocks.

Join me to share the folklore of these yellow flowers of Bealtaine eve, which which is how I relate to the first days of May. For actual Bealtaine, I follow the ancient based sidereal time

Also included during this session on Sunday is the delightful and mysterious folklore of the 'May Bush' tree that is on the cusp of blossoming at this time, but before it does there are stories to tell. 

If you have stories and poems of yellow flowers of May, but not daffodils now, and of the May Bush and Fairy trees. Do contact me so we can share them on Sunday?

And there will be a questions and response session too.

Suggested Itinerary ...

2:00 online live stream event  broadcasted through FacebookYouTubeTwitter
3:00 suggest you contemplate the content broadcasted within your favourite natural sanctuary.
4:00 social sharing and conversation time wherever you are, within your local Covid restrictions.

Please donate a small subscription to Nature Folklore Sessions & also get my developing Nature Folklore course in return ...

This is how these Nature Folklore broadcast sessions are funded as I pay monthly media subscriptions to host this service. Thank you for your kind support.

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Subscriber Benefits ...

1) Access to my 'Nature Folklore' course.

This is more than just folklore tales, but suggestions of how to use these folklore stories and images for colourful meaningful inspiration, mapping, and decision making through our lives. Presented to transform personal uncertainty and longing into creativity and contentment. 

2) Become a 'Friends Of Carrowcrory' member, which entitles you to book to visit and use our Carrowcrory Labyrinth Gardens, back open April 2022, and opportunity to chat about the Nature Folklore course. 

Visiting Carrowcrory Labyrinth Gardens? ...

This is currently on hold due to the Corona-virus situation, sorting out insurance, and maintenance work, but we look forward to opening up for visitors here for Sunday afternoons again, but I cannot see this happening until 1st May 2022. This will be sharing the next 'Bealtaine Flowers' sessions online at 2pm on that day.

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