Next Celebration - Lughnasadh 2020
Lughnasadh. Really? Time flies... as we flow with the twists and turns of 2020 we are about to harvest what we have sown.
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Faery Tree - Hill of Tara
And I realised the other evening that it's time now to give this beautiful tree not only many hugs but a lot of healing and give back as she has given to us deep within our hearts.
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Meddi for Monday 13th July 2020 at 7.45pm for 8pm
Different people will be hosting the meditation in the weeks ahead - watch this space and our facebook page TC Facebook for more information - or join the WhatsApp group.
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Bernadette Mac draws a weekly card for 5th July 2020
and she considers the energies of the Bull Full Moon here, on the Moon Magic page.... July
|And that message is... Career Transition.... you've prayed for help with a career.|
No tickets or entry permits required. No charge for gatherings for the eight festivals.
Meditation meets & other activities usually have a small fee for expenses, room hire, etc.
Reports from 2007 to 2018 are available at our archived website - Archive Tara Celebrations
Get-togethers held in the name of Tara Celebrations have been held at 35 places in Ireland plus 1 shared between Zurich and Hill of Tara. Venues, Festivals and Themes - a history
Insight gained at Fourknocks Megalithic site in Co. Meath which we were visiting prior to a Celebration:
We do not seek to do what they did, we seek what they sought
And as Pat says in his Winter Solstice 2018 comments:
It has to be said that most of our celebrations are like this one: profound, simple occasions that fill a need in all of humankind for sharing and talking and thinking and getting close to nature and going without and going within.
Based in Ireland, with connections all over the world, we are free, non-profit, open, inclusive and non-denominational, drawing on all spiritual philosophies and traditions.
We are an eclectic mix of peoples of all beliefs and traditions that celebrates the ancient pre-celtic festivals using ritual, ceremony and meditation.
We create a contemporary ritual for each of the eight festivals drawing from the ancient traditions, mythology and beliefs found predominantly in Ireland.
Some meets are more like social gatherings whilst others are formal and ceremonial /ritualistic depending on the prevalent energies of the time and place as interpreted by the day's host.
Celebrations are usually held outdoors and are open to all like minded people who feel drawn to be at the event.
Get-togethers can happen at any time of day or night.
Who arranges the meditations and celebrations?
Regular attenders, who 'know the ropes' and evening's general format, will set up the meditations using their experience of what suits most people. Evenings are lead by different people each week and thus a wide range of styles, traditions and inspiration is shared.
Each Celebration event has a volunteer host, often aided and abetted by others, who calls the date, time and venue for the gathering and also the intention and focus, bringing to the fore the energies of the season.
The volunteer hosts over recent years include Vivia, Zoey, Jean, Martin, Marta, Dana, Anne, Tom, Bernadette Mac, Susan, Bernadette C, John M, Pat, Nora J, Nora M. Others who felt the call to tune in and plan each celebration have included Anne B, Des, Eileen, John A, Mary, Mary O, Theresa, Yamann and many others, who join in body or in spirit.
During a celebration all are welcome, in person or on the 'ethers'... Global Spiritual Wheel
Pinterest - Tara Celebration's Boards
Inspiration from cultures around the world for celebrating our lives on earth.
Read more about Summer / Autumn Festivals Around the World at these TC Pinterest pages
|Boards include: |
Calendars of Festivals,
Earth, Air, Fire, Water.
Why 'Tara Celebrations'?
In 2007 some of us who regularly celebrated the eight annual festivals wanted to share our experiences and knowledge and had to find a website name to do that, eventually deciding on Tara Celebrations. It is not the name of a specific organisation with a constitution or set of rules, there are no members or officials such as a Chairman or Secretary.
The website is now a collaboration between Michael in Canada (Clickopen.ca), Martin and Pat in Ireland, Nora in UK and with the help and input of many others.
We welcome any queries, insights or input. We may be contacted through email@TaraCelebrations.org