These are some of the events that have recently been held in and around Glastonbury and publicised by Pilgrims.
Past Local Events
The second in the Sacred Space & the New Magic series from Sig. Glastonbury is a land of mythtory – half history/half myth, all truth/all lies – you make up your own mind.
More info soon… Thursday 22nd May Glastonbury Town Hall Doors open 7pm. Talk begins promptly at 7.30pm £6.00
Paul will look at how Napoleon Hill, grandfather of the Self Help movement, compiled his huge corpus of work and expound on why it is still worth investigating, however quaint and out of date some of its external forms might appear to be
Come for a journey with Sig through pre modern Sweden from the Neolithic through the Vikings to the beginning of the 20th century.
A journey around the many Neolithic sacred sites Peter has visited including those in Ireland, Brittany, Minorca, Sardinia and Malta. He will inspire us to visit these magical places and experience their magic and power.
A great opportunity to try some different and delicious foods at many of the establishments around Glastonbury or beyond.
Glastonbury PLG ‘Living from our own body intelligence, shedding our beliefs and going back to nature’ – A talk by Oracle Girl
In this talk, Oracle Girl will describe her personal experience and discoveries since 2010 of her body gradually and increasingly shedding its dependency on external food and drink. She will also talk about how she has been forced to abandon the spiritual search, activism and conspiracy theories as solutions to society’s problems – in favour of returning to Nature.
People everywhere are waking up and long for change, convinced that a better world is possible. Maitreya, the World Teacher, is here to inspire us to re-build our world. He says: “Sharing and Justice, Brotherhood and Freedom are not new concepts. From the dawn of time mankind has linked his aspiration to these beckoning stars. Now, My friends, shall we anchor them in the world”.
In this session Ian will contemplate Dion Fortune’s relationship with Glastonbury and the traditions of Avalon.
Saturday 3rd May is World Labyrinth Day. If you are in Glastonbury there is a walk around the Tercentennial Labyrinth in St. Johns Churchyard at 1pm or walk a labyrinth in your local area.