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Global Spiritual Wheel

At celebrations and meditation we always acknowledge those who join in but cannot be present in person... 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.

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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Each get-together those present know they are joined by many others, known and unknown. Each time 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.

We named these connections as the Spiritual Wheel and started adding what some had done at Lughnasadh 2019, posts coming from Navan, Sligo and Bakewell in England.

Samhain

2019 - Celebrate Samhain - Fourknocks - Zurich - Hill of Tara and An Tobar - Huttoft Beach, Lincolnshire

Winter Solstice

2019 - Celebrating the Simplicity & Splendour of Life - Tara - An Tobar, Meath - Derbyshire, England - Halifax, Nova Scotia

Imbolc

2020 -

Spring Equinox

2020 -

Bealtaine

2020 -

Summer Solstice

2020 -

Lughnasadh

2020 -
2019 - Our Own Harvest Time - Ciaran's Well - Sligo - Bakewell, England - Navan

Autumn Equinox

2020 -
2019 - Balance - Loughcrew - Navan - Pacific Northwest - Mayo - Trim