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Lughnasadh at the Song House
July 29 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pmContribution
Ancient Medicine for Modern Times
Hosted by The Song House and Jenny O’Hare
Lughnasadh (or Lamas as you may know it) has it’s origins in the Celtic harvest feast day. It is named for the Sun God Lugh, who showed the Celts how to harvest. This time provides us with an opportunity to celebrate life and the abundance that this time of year brings. It also encourages us to meditate on the slow descent into darkness. Traditional celebrations would see golden sun gatherings focussed on the harvest of corn and other crops, matchmaking and offerings to the Faerie folk. Our celebration will take the more modern manifestation of an online gathering via Zoom.
What you can expect: folklore around Lugh, the sun God, and the unfolding of Lughnasadh; guided practice to presence and connection; space for sharing in celebration; honouring of Earth and community. Skilled facilitators and hosts will bring us together in an online community Circle. We will create a ritualised atmosphere, and be guided through song, sharing, listening and collective harvesting, to honour and move through these poignant times.
This event is open to all – come with your curiosity, come with your challenges, or come just to witness the evening, or to partake in tradition and the cyclical nature of life. All are welcome, join us!
We also plan to record a portion of this event to make available so that Lughnasadh can be celebrated outside of this specific time slot. We will not be including any participatory elements in this recording for the privacy of the participants.
This event is funded by community contributions. Please Pay What You Want using the button below, then send an email to email@example.com with your details to register for this event. The process is the same if you want the recording – just remember to specify in the email that you are requesting the recording.
Meet Your Hosts
Jenny O’Hare is a Deep ecologist, a writer and facilitator. With a background in Natural Sciences, and a lifelong love affair with the living world, Jenny believes in both Humanity and Earth, and in a beautiful reciprocal relationship between the two. She is passionate about reigniting that relationship. With a known and felt essence of both deep and spiritual ecology since childhood, Jenny uses her trainings in Nature Resonance, Eco-therapy, and a fellowship in Spiritual Ecology (and beyond) to continue to explore and offer ways of allowing the very many forms of life to remind us all of our belonging.
Currently based in Berlin, Germany, she offers workshops in Urban Nature Connection, the Work that Reconnects, and Sacred and Deep Ecology.