The Healing Weekend 2017
So, we’ve just settled back from our weekend at The Healing Weekend, in Somerset, and must say a BIG thank you to Elaine and Ron and of course the Red Shirts who kept the event flowing smoothly.
We were delighted to have our own ‘pitch’ in the main arena area and so spent three days talking and sharing with so many wonderful people.
Our week started on Wednesday with a visit and talk at St Austell Research and Enlightenment Centre where we received a warm welcome and met some old friends. It was a super way to start our week of spiritually focused events.
We travelled to Somerset on Thursday to set up our stand.
Here we are looking a little like Ma and Pa Walton (or Klampet depending on your references) waiting to meet and greet. We had some interesting weather. On Friday it was sunny and windy. This made it interesting for those who chose to sit, chat and make their own witches runes. But despite the elements, we were happy to work with several friends old and new in the making of their own tools for divination. The Saturday was a little wet and the Sunday hot enough to get a sunburn, which I did!
Sue and I were happy to present some workshops over the weekend.
On the Friday I spoke in the Main Marquee about The Mabonogion – I was pleased by the number of people who attended and who actively wanted to follow-up on these Welsh Bardic Tales.
On Saturday I was again in the Main Marquee, this time leading a session on The Three Cauldrons, a journey of self-discovery. A big thank you to those who spoke to me afterwards to share their experiences.
Sue led a session on The Goddess Awakens, and particularly the Triple Goddess. She captured the interest of many people who spoke to her over the next couple of days about her work with the Goddess Tradition.
On the Sunday I presented a talk on Alchemy. It was a very hot afternoon and the marquee quickly turned into a sauna. In this talk I wanted to focus on Personal Transformation, and think that it may have ‘hit the spot’ as far as the audience was concerned. Is it too immodest to note that I was amazed by receiving a standing ovation?
The evening entertainment is something that many look forward to.
The Friday programme featured music from Sika, Lynn Gosney, Lewis Skinner and Bruce Almighty from Touch the Earth, Neil H, Homesick Gypsy and Adam Lovell.
This year on Saturday the programme featured Gracie Wickens – Sweet semi-finalist on Britain’s Got Talent. Clairvoyance from Barbara Meiklejohn-Free, Flavia Kate Peters, Greg Smith and Gemma Stacey, with a Psychic Art demonstration by Patrick Gamble and ‘Total Sensory Perception’ – with myself.
And there we go, another year, and once again blessings to all of our friends old and new that we managed to meet up with last weekend.
Until next time,
Blessings to All