BRIGIT: Soulsmith, Poet, Healer 

Celebration, Meditation, Excavation

Image by Jayne Brideson

Woman Spirit Ireland has been a torch-bearer in celebrating and researching the festival of Brigit for many years, and now that Brigit’s flame burns ever-brighter, 2022 is the last year before Brigit’s Day becomes a public holiday in Ireland, all thanks to the resurgence of interest in Brigit, goddess and saint. 

Saturday 29th January 2022 7pm to 9pm  GMT. Please research time zones in your area 

Tickets: Standard: €20; Concession: €10

This webinar interweaves strands from folklore, plant wisdom, traditional hearth prayer and healing on many levels with poetry, art and music to offer an experience of Brigit as Soulsmith, Poet and Healer.

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A virtual tour of the four seasons at Brigit’s Garden –Jenny Beale, Founder and Director of Brigit’s Garden, Galway.

Healing Plants at a Time of Imbolc – Rosari KingstonMedical Herbalist and Ph.D Irish folkore, author of Ireland’s Hidden

Brigit as Healer – political, social, personal – Mary CondrenFeminist Theorist, Thealogian, and Brigit researcher.

Hearth Prayers in Brigit’s Traditions Séamas Ó Catháin, Professor Emeritus University College Dublin.  Author of Festival of Brigit and many articles on her Irish and European roots.

Poetry: Ruth Marshall:storyteller, poet, crafter and author Celebrating Irish Festivals.

Music :  Pádraigín Ní hUallacháin, author of Hidden Ulster, musician, songwriter.

Eithne Ní hUallacháin: 1957-1999. Lá Lugh . the voice of Eithne Ní hUallacháin. New Album of Eithne’s songs Bilingua, nominated for Album of the Year 2014,

Art: Original artwork, “Brigit”by Jane Brideson, artist and creator of The Wisdom of the Cailleach oracle cards.

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