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The Handbook of Urban Druidry Druidry Is Currently Exciting Much Interest But Has An Image That Is Not Usually Associated With Urban Life In The Handbook Of Urban Druidry, Author Brendan Howlin Presents Druidry In An Easy To Understand Way, Making The Concepts Open To Everyone.


10 thoughts on “The Handbook of Urban Druidry

  1. says:

    The term Druid brings to mind groups of people in long white robes chanting in circles in the middle of the forest How on earth is it possible to be a Druid in the middle of a concrete and steel city Mr Howlin explains exactly how it is not only possible, but valuable and even pleasurable There is life everywhere, even in the most built up of manmade places, and learning to truly see that life and connect with it is the start of a special kind of spirituality.Rather than outlining the tene The term Druid brings to mind groups of people in long white robes chanting in circles in the middle of the forest How on earth is it possible to be a Druid in the middle of a concrete and steel city Mr Howlin explains exactly how it is not only possible, but valuable and even pleasurable There is life everywhere, even in the most built up of manmade places, and learning to truly see that life and connect with it is the start of a s...


  2. says:

    Many readers will acknowledge that being out in nature makes us feel better about life Some will recognize feeling better as having a spiritual dimension For me, I have long known that being in the mountains was integral to good spiritual and emotional health However, for many years it was a fact of my life, due to the constraints imposed by both my chosen career and my spouse, that I must live in a very large urban center far from my desired landscape Those years were a perplexing balancing Many readers will acknowledge that being out in nature makes us feel better about life Some will recognize feeling better as having a spiritual dimension For me, I have long known that being in the mountains was integral to good spiritual and emotional health However, for many years it was a fact of my life, due to the constraints imposed by both my chosen career and my spouse, that I must live in a very large urban center far from my desired landscape Those years were a perplexing balancing act that became increasinglydifficult as I tried to maintain my spiritual and emotional equilibrium in what I saw as a hostile environment.For those of you who recognize yourselves in my predicament, ...


  3. says:

    In The Handbook of Urban Druidry Modern Druidry for All, author Brendan Howlin has written a concise yet comprehensive guide for beginners wishing to exploring the tools of druidry Druidry is presented as a set of ancient techniques adapted here for modern application It doesn t matter what your own religion or set of beliefs might be, the system as Howlin presents it is useful for any reader wishing to deepen his or her experience of life.The author s ...


  4. says:

    If you re struggling with the modern, urban, hectic lifestyle, craving something else and really not sure where to start, this could well be the perfect book for you It s accessible, very straightforward and opens a door to a totally different way of thinking about life Philosophically speaking, there s some grea...


  5. says:

    This book has been written with the non druid in mind The author takes the reader through what it means to be a druid and how to be close to nature when you live in a city So, if you re struggling with the modern, urban, hectic lifestyle, craving something else and really not sure where to start, this could well be the perfect book for you It s accessible, very straightforward and opens a door to a totally different way of thinking about life The book begins with the deceptively simple techn This book has been written with the non druid in mind The author takes the reader through what it means to be a druid and how to be close to nature when you live in a city So, if you re struggling with the modern, urban, hectic lifestyle, craving something else and really not sure where to start, this could well be the perfect book for you It s accessible, very s...


  6. says:

    This book is an excellent companion for a city dweller taking the Bardic Grade through OBOD I was feeling lost, unable to combine my druidic path and city living but this book gave me excellent guidelines for my new path.


  7. says:

    Sloppy, shoddy, slapdash, and completely lacking in research It seems like the kind of thing someone could write in an afternoon The author too frequently resorts to I think I overheard somewhere kinds of anecdotes, and fails to explain anything in detail He recommends meditation after claiming that it s too complicated for him to explain, and proceeds to describe it as basically sitting around not thinking If you re unable to explain something, don t recommend it, and certainly don t misc Sloppy, shoddy, slapdash, and completely lacking in research It seems like the kind of thing someone could write in an afternoon The author too frequently resorts to I think I overheard somewhere kinds of anecdotes, and fails to explain anything in detail He recommends meditation after claim...


  8. says:

    This book is a good basic introduction into what the first steps on a druid way may look like It doesn t go below the surface level on any of the questions and at times it feels too simplistic However, it could be a good guide for someone looking for a short intro the book is only 70 pages long.


  9. says:

    I noticed the fairly high rating, and I was quite surprised to be honest My spirituality group has strongly negative opinions about most of this book and I have yet to find anyone that I personally know who has read this and enjoyed it.Not all the chapter titles made sense, too many chapter were less than two full pages, and often it was insulting Many concepts presented were hardly even skimmed and discussion tended to veer off into something unrelated So many good opportunities to discuss c I noticed the fairly high rating, and I was quite surprised to be honest My spirituality group has strongly negative opinions about most of this book and I have yet to find anyone that I personally know who has read this and enjoyed it.Not all the chapter titles made sense, too many chapter were less than two full pages, and often it was insulting Many concepts presented were hardly even skimmed and discussion tended to veer...


  10. says:

    Sigh I don t want to write a review for this book I want to be encouraging to new Druid authors I wantmaterial and resources for Druidry out there I cannot be encouraging about this Druid book First, the grammar and spelling errors were frequent and distracting The author spoke mostly in run on sentences with terrible punctuation Perhaps the ebook version is worse than the hard copy, but I can t imagine the level of errors not bothering a reader Second, the writing has a causal, f Sigh I don t want to write a review for this book I want to be encouraging to new Druid authors I wantmaterial and resources for Druidry out there I cannot be encouraging about this Dru...