Celtic Druid Temple
Celtic Druid Temple is home to the Indigenous Spiritual Wisdom Tradition of Pagan Ireland. Situated near Castlerea in North Roscommon on 16.5 acres of woodland. The Temple is recognised by the Revenue Commissioner and the Charities Regulatory Authority as a charity for the advancement of religion – CHY number 20684 – RCN20106003. Celtic Druid Temple facilitates open and free public ceremonies to honour the Moon and Sun cycles. Celtic Druid Temple’s ceremonies and activities are held at sacred sites, holy places, temples and woodlands on private and publicly owned land, on the seaside and places of great beauty throughout Ireland since 2003
Dr. Easkey Britton is a ‘blue health’ expert and founder of Like Water, a place between the waves. Water is a powerful catalyst for personal and social healing and transformation. We believe in the power of the sea to connect. We seek to foster positive relationships with water and the sea through immersive and embodied experiences and visual, creative storytelling. We explore innovative ways to reconnect with who we are, our environment and each other, through water. We are embarking on an adventure into new and uncharted waters while honouring where we’ve come from – learning how to become like water. We all have saltwater in our blood.
Siolta Chroi is a not for profit cooperative created in Monaghan in 2020.
Our intention is to help build a connected world where natural ecosystems are thriving.
We are creating projects in the community to rehabilitate our land rivers and to restore Ireland’s biodiversity.
We are building an education centre where we run events, training and retreats.
We carry out education for regenerative cultures, explore resilient and regenerative food systems, and we carry out hands-on, practical ecosystem restoration work through our links with the global EcoSystem Restoration Camps Network.
An Modh Triskele
The Triskele Process is a 9 step mentoring program designed by three sports and personal development practitioners in Ireland. It aims to help people understand and incorporate Dúchás – the concept of being, belonging and identity in nature- in their everyday lives. An example of regular practice is included in the ‘Visit Us’ link.