The Song House Podcast Episode 3 – Seamus Doohan
Todays podcast is with Seamus Doohan who, along with many other hats wears one as a Donegal Hill walking guide. This conversation was recorded last year at Glenveagh national park –Amongst much more packed into the 30 minutes here, Seamus talks about the importance of spending as much time as possible outside, slowing down, talking with and spending time with each other as well as a few snippets of his encyclopedic knowledge of local & ancient history. You’ll find out more about Seamus on his website walkingdonegal.net and Facebook page facebook.com/WalkingDonegal.net
And the Song House course he facilitates with Candy -Hiking, Heartsong and History on the Wild Atlantic Way – thesonghouseireland.com
Intro music played by Andrew Roddy.
The Song House Podcast Episode 2 – Jenny O’Hare
In this podcast, Sinéad talks with Jenny O’Hare – a deep ecologist, writer and facilitator.
Jenny is a true steward of the earth and her work and overall way with life reflects this very strongly. In this podcast Jenny talks about poetry, permaculture, presence and how to cultivate a deep and right loving relationship with our world. Jenny also covers the importance of and lessons from indigenous culture and practices and how these can support the right relationship between our bountiful earth home, ourselves and each other.
Check out Jennys website www.atreecalledlife.net
More info on some of her work with partner communities – www.primitivkollektiv.org
Info on the upcoming online Beltaine Ceremony she is leading at The Song House on April 30th – www.thesonghouseireland.com/event/bealtaine-at-the-song-house/
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