The Celtic cycle of the year, its mythology and its customs also offer modern man a very natural possibility for structure and orientation, especially in uncertain times. Because through the traditional lunar and solar festivals we can consciously get in touch with our own cultural roots, our individual and collective ancestors and with ourselves.
We use these energetically special times for our spiritual practice in this group. We come together to pause, to consciously interrupt everyday life, to meditate together, to be in touch with the natural rhythms of life, with ourselves, with the community of the living, the world of light and the origin of life.
Reiki or many other self-healing techniques that we know and use in Europe have their home in the Asian culture, but we understand and apply them on the basis of our European roots. For me, it is not a contradiction to combine these traditions. That is exactly what we are doing here in this circle.
The “Feast of Brigid”, which used to be celebrated in the days around the second full moon, corresponds to today’s well-known Candlemas.
Imbolc is a festival where we remember the wild energy of spring – the profoundly alive that always manages to bring everything back to life and blossom. Outwardly, nature usually still remains in wintry silence, but the days are already getting noticeably longer – and (almost) imperceptibly the juices in the plants are already rising.
Also for us modern people, who usually have relatively little connection with the origin of life in their everyday life, this is a wonderful time to “shake us awake”, to awaken the spirits of life in us, to break our “encrustations” and to set impulses for the still young year.
At least 1st Reiki degree or a basic training in another form of healing energy work as well as a desire to meditate and get to know different time energy qualities.
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