There is a distinct flavour to sacred sites Ireland. Aware that there was a constant to-ing and fro-ing of sea traffic between Ireland and Scotland long ago, Jackie has likewise been to and from between both countries for many years. She is aware that the sacred sites in Ireland are strongly endowed with elemental energy, and an air of innocence and child-like, almost dream-like, simplicity. The energy of sacred sites in Scotland is more awakening, touching many visitors on a physical as well as spiritual level. On a psychic level, Ireland captures the imagination and thus feeds into the world of the artist. It is this softness and femininity of consciousness that lends itself to artistic forms abundantly found in music, film, writing, poetry…
The element of water predominates in Ireland and there are fewer hard rocks; much of the countryside consists of limestone bedrock.Of course there are the exceptions particularly round the coastline. Places like Skellig Michael and the Giant’s Causeway spring to mind.
Areas of Ireland have localised systems well worth exploring, and in this talk the monuments and fairy places of Sligo, the Boyne Valley in Meath and the Burren are some of the places touched on for their treasures. There are other places that stand more isolated which are enigmatic and wonderful and these will be featured too in the visual presentation.
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