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Bathing In The Fae's Breath
Boladh na Sióga within the forests
by Woodland Bard

Overview


'Bathing In The Fae's Breath is a Tree Hugger's compendium of poems, stories, and things to do in the forest. 

Added to that is a section called, 'Ogma's Tale Of The Trees'.This is a set of 20 story poems taking the reader on a vision quest using Memory Of Trees through our maturing life that becomes engrained into the original 20 symbols of the Ogham Alphabet.

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Description


Are you a Tree Hugger, a Forest Bather, a Woodland Explorer?

Do you discover that the forests, along with coasts, mountains, prairies and wetlands are still our best sanctuary for relief, for nourishment, and for any needed healing?

In the mythology I share here, the Fae is the unseen. It is the ebbing and flowing presence that orchestrates the mysterious flowing diversity of Nature through all weathers and seasons.

If we pause, we may sense it all dancing around us. It may seem like mischievous weaving work of several unseen beings, that have helped to keep bards and storytellers in work for 100s of years. 

Through this book there are journeys and realms to dream about, stories and situations to laugh at, and, of course, a few trinkets of Celtic blarney to question and wonder about.

Bathing In The Fae's Breath is a Tree Hugger's compendium of poems, stories, and things to do in the forest. 

Add to that is a section called, 'Ogma's Tale Of The Trees'. This is a set of 20 story poems to take the reader on a vision quest of how the memory of trees through the rites of passage through our life became engrained into the symbols of the Ogham alphabet. 

Read more

About the author


John Willmott, now aka Woodland Bard, is based in Co. Sligo, north west of Ireland. John has lived a wandering life of passion with forests, woodlands, spring wells and natural water. He has expressed and shared all of this as a poet, storyteller, folk dramatist, writer, composer, woodland activist, tree labyrinth keeper, coach and guide for more than 55 years.

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Book details

Genre:SELF-HELP

Subgenre:Motivational & Inspirational

Language:English

Pages:132

eBook ISBN:9781483551401


Overview


'Bathing In The Fae's Breath is a Tree Hugger's compendium of poems, stories, and things to do in the forest. 

Added to that is a section called, 'Ogma's Tale Of The Trees'.This is a set of 20 story poems taking the reader on a vision quest using Memory Of Trees through our maturing life that becomes engrained into the original 20 symbols of the Ogham Alphabet.

Read more

Description


Are you a Tree Hugger, a Forest Bather, a Woodland Explorer?

Do you discover that the forests, along with coasts, mountains, prairies and wetlands are still our best sanctuary for relief, for nourishment, and for any needed healing?

In the mythology I share here, the Fae is the unseen. It is the ebbing and flowing presence that orchestrates the mysterious flowing diversity of Nature through all weathers and seasons.

If we pause, we may sense it all dancing around us. It may seem like mischievous weaving work of several unseen beings, that have helped to keep bards and storytellers in work for 100s of years. 

Through this book there are journeys and realms to dream about, stories and situations to laugh at, and, of course, a few trinkets of Celtic blarney to question and wonder about.

Bathing In The Fae's Breath is a Tree Hugger's compendium of poems, stories, and things to do in the forest. 

Add to that is a section called, 'Ogma's Tale Of The Trees'. This is a set of 20 story poems to take the reader on a vision quest of how the memory of trees through the rites of passage through our life became engrained into the symbols of the Ogham alphabet. 

Read more

About the author


John Willmott, now aka Woodland Bard, is based in Co. Sligo, north west of Ireland. John has lived a wandering life of passion with forests, woodlands, spring wells and natural water. He has expressed and shared all of this as a poet, storyteller, folk dramatist, writer, composer, woodland activist, tree labyrinth keeper, coach and guide for more than 55 years.

Read more

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