Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Circulate, don't isolate!

The number one guiding principle this summer is circulate, don't isolate.

Last friday I was in RTE Studio One getting genned up on how to record a radio documentary. Everyone was very excited by the use of sounds and building images and evoking feelings and all that. I heard some amazing ones about a girl with an autistic brother, the thirst and danger for mexicans crossing the desert to get in to the US and the dilemma of mice moving into one's house in winter! I came away, very hopeful that our application for use of their equipment will be one of the winning ones.

We will circumnavigate the 32 counties anti clockwise and I hope to interview everyone we meet on our way, thereby building a much wider conscious community. I always call it a conscious community but it might be better to call it a kind community or a compassionate community. There are many good people around, who care about life in all its silky, furry, feathered and foliaged forms but they haven't been so far united. Most of the decisions are made by large industry with money as a goal or individuals, in fear that they will not have enough for themselves, who are neglecting their animals and the environment and keeping all sorts of conflict going.

On the trip, we hope to clear some of this fear. Current clearings we have lined up are a sinister looking derelict castle in the Burren and a beautiful care home in Kildare. We will also be in the North for a week, historically, of great conflict - 12th to the 16th July... another opportunity for great energetic healing if we can hold a space for it (and not get carted off by mistake)! There are already three houses lined up to clear of geopathic stress - one manifesting in the family as symptoms of Parkinsons, one as grief and in another household as night terrors or sleeplessness (on a good night!)

So far, we will visit a visionary GP in Carlow Town; a Western Trail Riding Centre in Portlaoise; White Thorn Healing - an equine therapeutic holiday centre in Sligo, and the IHWT in Wicklow- who rehabilitate retired race horses. Both Rosie and Windy are technically retired race horses, although Windy was always meant for the grace of dressage! We intend to compete somewhere along the line and do a little fundraising at the show. The Glasrai Health Food Shop in Gowran is going to give us a vegan hamper so we won't go hungry for the first week and Hemp and Things, the health food shop in Cahirciveen, Kerry has also promised us some ingredients. We will have to live off fresh air in between times but I have always been interested in becoming a breatharian.

Our route is loosely from Kilkenny, Carlow, Portlaoise, Wicklow, Dublin, Leitrim, Navan, Cavan, Monaghan, Tyrone, Down, Derry, Donegal, Sligo, Mayo, Galway, Clare, Connemara, Kerry, Cork. Please let us know of anyone who might let us stay in during the Cork, Wexford, Waterford leg of the journey in August. Thank you very much for your support so far. We have also been in touch with Nationwide and South East Radio and done a Profile with Aisling Hurley for the Kilkenny Reporter yesterday, so hopefully word will get around and some good'll come of it all!

There are two quizzes already set up - one in the Woodenbridge Hotel, Arklow, Co. Wicklow on the 9th July and one on Valentia Island, in the Royal, on the 28th July. Please let people know to come or make a donation or something to make them a good occasion.

The main summer drumming session is happening here a week on Saturday 26th at noon.

I will also be running a residential clearing workshop again on Valentia from the 27th to the 30th July if any committed energy workers want to get away to paradise for more inspiration.

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