In Welsh tradition, the Goddess Ceridwen, from whose cauldron the Awen arises, birthed a babe whose brow was aflame with wisdom’s illumination. As Gwion, he stole the precious drops of her brew meant for another. As the reborn Taliesin, she swaddled him tightly, and set him afloat in a coracle – a small rounded vessel woven from branches and covered in leather. Discovered in a salmon weir, and raised by a Welsh prince, the boy grew to become the greatest bard ever to dwell on the Island of the Mighty.
As a reflection of this mythic process through which we seek wisdom and divine inspiration, the Sisterhood of Avalon has created The Coracle, a vessel that moves across the waters, bearing knowledge and sharing Awen. We invite you to join us on a continuing journey of online learning, offered by priestesses of our tradition and our invited guests.
We hope you can join us for this bend of the journey!
|Location:||A Facebook live event presented by the Sisterhood of Avalon
Tiffany Lazic (Toronto, ON) is a spiritual psychotherapist with nearly twenty years of experience in transpersonal psychology. She trained at the Transformational Arts College of Spiritual and Holistic Training, where she ...