We do not seek to do what they did, we seek what they sought.
(insight gained at Fourknocks Neolithic mound)
Next get-together Bealtaine - Friday 1 May 2015
start 1pm Fourknocks, near The Naul. If you fancy lunch beforehand some will meet in Seamus Ennis Centre cafe, The Naul.
Spring Equinox 2015 - Pictures and Story - Goodbye Darkness my old friend, until we meet again…
At Dowth we acknowledge the dark and its gifts, then make our way to Bective Abbey, higher ground, where we acknowledge the increasing light.
We thank and acknowledge the land that we are on, its constant support, always supporting us with new buds, new life, new hope.
discover present and past information on gatherings
The information is drawn from years of Tara Celebrations reports and information. Each TC ceremony is run in awareness of the dominating energies of the current cycle, leading to an accumulated wealth of experience. We observe the festivals and attune our lives to seasonal changes. We cannot avoid the fundamental reality that we are effected by the place at which we live on earth.
With each issue we shall journey through the wheel of the year,
Winter, Spring, Summer and Autumn,
Samhain, Imbolc, Bealtaine and Lughnasadh,
informed within the two Solstices and Equinoxes.
We shall, by discovering time qualities, enjoy what adds flavour and spice to our lives, expressed as physical phenomena, mental attitudes, emotions we undergo and spiritual intentions. For example, we find that Samhain is a good time for introspection and planting the seeds of new projects, allowing them to germinate over the winter months. Beltaine, on the other hand, is a time to embark on projects requiring courage and energy.
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Reminders & inspiration for your own seasonal celebration or open group get together.
Tara Celebration's venues
Over the years we have held get togethers on the Hill of Tara and many other places in the Meath area of Ireland. Dates, themes and places are listed on the Who We Are Section - click here. For a general idea of the localities we have created this map: