Thanks for sharing Dana!
Offerings to the land, spirits, and/or diety are a common stable in many traditions, druidry being no exception. Many opportunities present themselves and having something you carry with you can be built into your regular druid practice (and kept within, say, a crane bag). Some years ago, I wrote about sustainable offerings and the kinds of offerings you can leave as part of a regular spiritual practice. These offerings might be home-grown herbs (as in the case of today’s post), home-brewed alcohol, small blessed stones, home baked bread or cakes, small shells, even your own nitrogen-rich urine. I think the important thing with any offering is that it truly puts no strain on the ecosystem–but rather, is a true blessing.
In the spirit of this idea of sustainable and sacred offerings, in today’s post, I’ll share the…
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