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22 May 2013, 22:41
I am trying to start practicing Druidry more...properly I guess is the word I'm looking for. I have been practicing on my own for many years and it's hard with out a relieable sorce of imformation. I have found alot on the internet, but much of it contradics each other. I understand that there is no set in stone practice for my path, but I would like to have a little more guided experence. so if there is anyone out there please let me know even if you don't know alot maybe we can compair notes.

02 Jun 2013, 00:48
Hello BuddyTheWild,

I am looking into Druidry a little myself, although from a Christic perspective at the moment. No matter what I say about Yahweh, he won't let me go and I'm not that sure I want him to yet. So, at the moment my path is a blend.

In my research I have found that Druidry encompasses learning, but far more so practise and self-development. Would you agree?

I know there are at least 2 others in the PF community that practise Druidry, and quite a few more who know about it.

I would love to compare notes with you as we journey. Feel free to pm me any time. I visit this site every other day or so.

02 Jun 2013, 18:24
My husband considers himself Druid, and a good portion of my practice is inspired by Druidry. The thing to remember is that there are different types of Druids, and depending on what sort of Druid one is talking to, their practices and outlook will differ greatly. Personally, I'm a fan of the AODA, and I quite like their training program.

03 Jun 2013, 01:42
Just looked that training program up, Thalassa, and it looks awesome!

Maria de Luna
03 Jun 2013, 01:56
Just looked that training program up, Thalassa, and it looks awesome!
It is actively something I have wanted to do myself, as soon as I pay down some of my school debts, (and outstanding collection balances,) I plan on doing the AODA course myself, dont know how long it is going to take for me to get there though...

03 Jun 2013, 22:53
Thanks I just looked into AODA I had not yet ran across that one. I would like to do something like that, but I do not believe anyone should have to pay for being part of a religious group, but I also understand they need funding. Then again I go not view druidry as simply a religion, but more a way of life then anything else. And Yes Azvanna I do agree.