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Global Spiritual Wheel

At each get-together those present know they are joined by many others, known and unknown. Whether they are relatives, old friends, those we have never met, all are welcome. Over the years we have suggested that people might like to light a candle as a way of joining in if they cannot attend 'in person', and we know many have done so.

Tuning in at a distance can be a rewarding experience, and those 'in person' always say they were aware of others, as well as the ancestors, guides and guardians. Some send their stories of where they were, or what happened. If you have a photograph or some words to share of your experiences they are all very welcome.

At Lughnasadh 2019 we identified those joining in at a distance as a connection of folk and called them the Global Spiritual Wheel. This energetic wheel usually opens when the on-site celebration starts and closes when the gathering ends.

We know from the analytics and visitor numbers on our website pages that there are many who do not announce their presence, who join in silently. They are all very welcome.

Some of us are extroverts and like to express our energies, and those of the get together, outwardly. The one thing that has been made very clear at Tara Celebrations over the years is that if you feel to sing, dance, meditate, etc. it is from the heart and has nothing to do with performance or pleasing others. And if you want to sit quietly and watch, please feel comfortable with that.

Everyone has their own unique gift to bring to any gathering. Even just their presence is enough to bless the occasion. There is always a reason for everyone to be there, whether active or passive.

Pat has explained this perfectly: For those tuning in at a distance a non-denominational, universal lattice of spiritual inter-connecting love.

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The list below gives a flavour of who joined in and sent stories, pictures, verse, sharing their experiences.

Samhain

2020 - Stepping out of the Shadows into the Light - Tara / home: Navan - Co. Dublin - Eastern Ireland - Galway - North Carolina - Pacific North West - Nova Scotia - Iceland - Zurich - Derbyshire
2019 - Celebrate Samhain - Fourknocks : Zurich - Hill of Tara & An Tobar - Huttoft Beach Lincolnshire

Winter Solstice

2020 - Alignment with Hope - Tara : many on the Wheel - Derbyshire
2019 - Celebrating the Simplicity & Splendour of Life - Tara : An Tobar - Derbyshire - Nova Scotia

Imbolc

2021 - Exercising the Goddess Muscle, the Heart : many on the Wheel - Switzerland - Derbyshire
2020 - 2.02.02.2020 - Tara : Galway - Navan & Tara - Faughart - Peak District Derbyshire

Spring Equinox

2020 -Goodbye and Hello - Donabate : Galway - Derbyshire - Dublin - Donabate - Navan - Portmarnock

Bealtaine

2020 - Mother Earth - Kilmurry & 'isolation pods' - Fingal - Navan - North Carolina - Lithuania - Zurich - Peak District - Galway

Summer Solstice

2020 - Together-All One - Tara / Home - Meath - Edinbugh - Sligo - Peak District - Zurich - Galway

Lughnasadh

2020 -Bective ReUnion - Bective Mill : Dublin - Portmarnock - Navan - Derbyshire
2019 - Our Own Harvest Time - Ciaran's Well : Sligo - Derbyshire - Navan

Autumn Equinox

2020 - On the Threshold of a Dream : Ireland - Derbyshire - Global Spiritual Wheel
2019 - Balance - Loughcrew : Navan - Pacific Northwest - Mayo - Trim