Imbolc blessings – course and events news

Imbolc snowdropsImbolc greetings everyone. This year has felt like it has really struggled to get going, but with Imbolc we can start to feel the seeds of our inspirations, sown last Samhain, begin to stir and show above the ground as the land awakens and starts to come back to life. And so it is with my dowsing courses for this year…

As usual, I am running my normal Foundation Courses in dowsing for beginners, and this year by popular demand I am running two in April in different parts of the country and both new venues for me. The first is in Braco in Perthshire, which is right on the northern frontier of Roman Britain and has one of the largest Roman forts in the country to explore, which should make for some fascinating dowsing.
The second is being held at Cosmic Soul, a new crystal and therapy centre in the heart of Largs, which has a lovely upstairs studio space. I’ve been having a look at some places to go dowsing in the town, and there are a couple of promising sites that should make for some interesting dowsing practise.

In June, I shall be once again running a ‘Introduction to Earth Energies and Spirit of Place’ weekend workshop at Roslin. A great chance to dowse and experience the magical energies in Rosslyn Chapel and Roslin Glen – not to be missed!

In addition, I am giving a talk to the Earth Energies Group of The British Society of Dowsers on March 23 in Hopton-on-Sea, Norfolk, and to celebrate International Dowsing Day on May 5 I am running a dowsing and labyrinth workshop in Comrie, Perthshire (World Labyrinth Day is May 4 this year, so it  makes sense to combine the two activities).

Full details of all events are on the Events page. If you wish to be kept up to date by email, then please subscribe to our mailing list by entering your email address into the box in the right sidebar. Your details are perfectly safe, and you won’t be bombarded with lots of spam – I seldom send out more than two or three emails per year.

More courses are in the works for the autumn – stay tuned!

Grahame Gardner
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