Elder & Ancestor Wisdom
You represent an unknown world that begs you to bring it to voice.
We so easily forget that our clay has a memory that proceded our minds, a life of its own before it took its present form.
Regardless of how modern we seem, we still remain ancient, sisters and brothers of the one clay. In each of us a different part of the mystery becomes luminous. To truly be and become yourself, you need the ancient radiance of others.
The magic of the Bealtaine Festival this year was the incredible number of people from tribes and cultures throughout the globe who came together to share the light of our ancient radiance. To celebrate our common bond as one clay, as one people.
Yesterday I spoke with Marty who lives at the foot of the Hill of Uisneach. He said the land is still vibrating.
Judith – email@example.com
“Regardless of how modern we seem, we still remain ancient, sisters and brothers of the one clay.” I find this truth especially profound. We are new, we are old, we are one.
So happy to learn of your conversation with Marty and read the lovely words of John O’Donohue!!