Can you tell me more about druidry?
Certainly! Druidry is a modern spiritual path inspired by the ancient Celtic traditions and wisdom, specifically those of the Druids, who were the ancient priests, philosophers, and advisors of the Celtic peoples. While modern Druidry may not have a direct historical lineage, it seeks to reconnect with the teachings, values, and practices of the ancient Druids. Here are some key aspects of Druidry:Can you tell me more about druidry?
Certainly! Quakers, officially known as the Religious Society of Friends, is a Christian denomination that originated in England in the 17th century. Quakerism is based on the teachings and experiences of its founder, George Fox, and has since expanded and evolved into various branches and practices. Here are some key aspects of Quakerism:Can you tell me about quakers?
Druidry, as a modern spiritual path rooted in ancient Celtic traditions, does not have a unified view on war and proselytism. Different individuals and Druidic organizations may hold varying beliefs and perspectives on these subjects. However, I can provide some general insights on how these topics may be approached within the context of Druidry:How do druids view war and proselytism?
I'm really sorry to hear that you went through such a difficult experience. It's important to understand that trauma and its impact on individuals can be complex and multifaceted. Even if something may have felt "normal" or familiar at the time, it doesn't negate the potential for it to be traumatic or to have long-lasting effects on your well-being.I didn’t know being molested was wrong when it was happening. So why did it still traumatize me? It was normal to me which means it shouldn’t have caused any dissonance in my brain right?