January 2016

I often ask myself what is it that makes Druidry what it is. Or rather, what makes Neo-Druidry such a different path from others, especially considering the many influences it shares with other currents of spirituality. Setting aside for a moment the seminal divide between Revival Druidry and Reconstructionist and/or Polytheist Druidry, which I personally think are often complementary as seen in some individuals’ practice, I prefer to ask what is the finality of being and calling oneself a Druid. What good it is to all beings that you practice this path in particular. And more specifically, how can one manifest in the world certain typical roles of a Druid in our current world, in our jobs, in our daily, overtly connected, ever interrupted lives, much unlike the priestly classes of old.

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