James Nichol, who edited and introduced the book Contemplative Druidry, has recently been publishing a series of blog posts on his practice of Druidry. He writes about his Druidry as “a modern, re-enchanted eco-spirituality, receptive to ancient wisdom, contemplative in emphasis, and inspired by the magic of Awen.”
In his latest post he shares his thoughts on the Druid’s prayer, which he has adapted in the light of his “discomfort with petitionary prayer” as he puts it.
In earlier posts, James offers three meditations he has been using, which draw on various influences, and which he sets within the context of his Druid practice. You can find them all on his blog Contemplative Inquiry here. I find it fascinating to see the wide range of ways in which people can be inspired to work with Druidry, and very much appreciate James’s thoughtful contemplations.