2 October, 2019
the Conscious Guide to Glastonbury
The Isle of Avalon, now known as Glastonbury in England’s south-west has been a sacred place for millennia. Emerging from the mists of the marshes of the Somerset levels we can only imagine what it was like to approach with reverence to the awe inspiring mystical isle. The marshes were drained in the middle ages to create more agricultural land.
Whether you’re visiting for three hours or for three months, Glastonbury is a must for everything you can think of that is spiritual, new age, pagan or even environmentally sustainable lifestyles.
This alternative community is highly diverse so you’re bound to find something you’re interested in.
Glastonbury is abundant with fairs, conferences, talks and workshops so there’s always something going on. Or if it’s a quiet retreat you’re looking for, then there are plenty of gems tucked away from the main hustle and bustle of the High Street.
Glastonbury has some highly energetic sites
Take vigil at Bride’s Mound, the gateway to the Isle of Avalon
Straddle the lay line at Glastonbury Abbey
Spend some time in the area of your sign in the Glastonbury landscape zodiac and see what happens
Be transported through the entrance portal to the Isle of Avalon
Bathe in the cleansing waters of the White Spring
Meditate and feel the stillness of St Margaret’s chapel
Lie on top of the Top letting the energy permeate through you, there’s a sweet spot!
Blend and drink the healing waters of the white and red springs
If the intensity of the energy in Glastonbury lower town gets too much, escape to high ground and the expansive energies of Wearyall Hill. Site of the magical thorn tree
Attune with the energies of Gog and Magog
Connect with the wise 2,000 year old yew tree in Compton Dundon
Be energised in both of the stone circles at Stanton Drew
Soak up the serenity on top of Burrow Mump south-west of Glastonbury. King Alfred sought refuge here retreating from the Vikings
"Those Who Don't Believe in Magic Will Never Find it" Roald Dahl Nicaragua is Costa Rica's northern sibling. It's not as affluent but the nature is here. Nature comes alive here so commune in its glory. Surf's Up! There are a few paths Coral Cays Petra changes...
Describing Petra as sublime doesn't do it justice Being struck by many feelings as you walk down the path which snakes between two enormous rock walls. Awe, anticipation and adminration of al Siq that is comprised of an eroded fracture line which has formed a narrow...
Coming soon.. the Conscious Guide to SamothraceSamothrace (pronounced Samothraki) is a well kept secret in the Aegean. Thankfully due to its lack of easily accessible fine sandy beaches, it has evaded mass tourism and this is one of its alluring calling cards. If you...