Lughnasadh on the Hill
This Lughnasadh falling on Monday, 7th August join us and connect with the heart of Ireland on a spiritual journey on Uisneach, forging a deep connection with the sacred landscape and the energies of the ancient gods and goddesses of the Tuatha Dé. We are thrilled to announce that this will be led by Treasa Ní Mhurchú of Sacred Sites of Ireland.
Here at the Sacred Centre of Ireland it home to many of the gods and goddesses of the Tuatha Dé, the Bright and Shining Ones, the fabled, magical people that ruled Ireland in pre-history. Connect with the sacred landscape where an Dagda, the All Father God, God of the Earth had his palace, where Lugh Lamhfada was drowned and where the Goddess Ériu, from whom Ireland got its name, is buried beneath the Cat Stone.
Let your guide Treasa, take you back in time, engaging a deep spiritual and energetic connection with the sacred landscape of Uisneach and the archetypal energies of the Tuatha Dé. Exploring our ancient past and bringing it back to life through the mediums of meditation, visualisation and energy work.
Treasa is a working Archaeologist, Holistic Therapist, Tour and Heritage Guide and Stress Management Consultant. She is a Ban Draoi with a keen interest in and passion for all our sacred sites.
This event is outdoors and takes approximately three hours. A moderate level of fitness is required and suitable clothing and footwear for hillwalking (and Irish weather) should be worn. Care should be taken whilst on site as the terrain is uneven. As Uisneach is a working farm no dogs are allowed on site.