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Journey to ancient Irish sites/'thin places'

Sep 22, 2020 - Sep 29, 2020
Journey to ancient Irish sites/'thin places'

Time Tue Sep 22 2020 at 02:00 pm to Tue Sep 29 2020 at 10:30 am

Drogheda, Ireland


Journey to ancient Irish sitesthin places Journey to ancient Irish sites/'thin places'
We are going back to Ireland to visit some special ancient sites. These are the so-called "thin spots" where "only a thin tissue paper separates the material world from the spiritual world" (George McLeod).
Andrew Peers and Anne Marie van Hees will meet you at the airport in Dublin. From there we all leave for the Glenside hotel near Drogheda, Co. Meath. The hotel is our base from which we will visit the sites. On this trip we do both individual and group energy work. Andrew will play his drum to guide us on the inner journeys. You will meet your spiritual-helpers and perhaps the nature-spirits of these special places.
For Andrew this is the third group he is accompanyng to Ireland, for Anne-Marie the second. Through these previous journeys we have the knowledge and experience to avoid the more emotionally sticky places. It is always possible to approach one of the places secure in that it is safe. Working with two supervisors ensures further protection.
This journey is not only a spiritual journey but also a journey on which to relax, make new friends and taste the local music and culture. Not forgetting the great Guinness!
Newgrange, Dowth and Knowth are 3 burial mounds we will visit. Newgrange honors the sun. It is also known as an 'elf mound'.
Knowth has the largest collection of known megalithic art. Knowth is about the moon: the eastern passage wall of the room is decorated with lunar maps, including carvings depicting the seas on the lunar surface and even a calendar stone to calculate the length of the months and the year.
Dowth means darkness, and it is said that a terrible darkness fell over this tomb when the sorceress sister of a legendary king tried to block the sun in her orbit exactly here.
Powerscourt photo above is from last year where we watched the waterfall together. Aindriu saw beautiful things here. .......
Hill of Tara is an energetically special place. Between 4000-2.500 BC, the people of Tara believed that the hill was an entrance to the afterlife. The place where gods entered our world ....
Rathcroghan Royal Complex, home of Queen Medb and the and the Goddess Mórrígan.
Practical information:
We have already reserved 12 rooms under the name of Aindriu Peers. These rooms are not yet fully reserved. You have to pay an amount of € 50.00 to book your room definitively. You do this yourself, online or by phone. Not via the website because then you pay more. A single room is € 75.00 per night and a double room is € 110.00 per night. When you book please send a confirmation to me, Anne-Marie van Hees- d29ya3Nob3BzbGFuYWtpbGEgfCBnbWFpbCAhIGNvbQ==
The hotel can still be canceled or booked until 2 weeks before the trip starts. As a participant you pay Andrew and me € 600.00. When you register before 22.9 2020 you will receive an early booking discount and you only pay us € 500.00.
This means that the rest of the costs, such as the cost of flying, the room, meals, etc. have to be paid by yourself.
We need 6 participants to continue the journey. So just don't book your flight right now. We will let you know as soon as possible if the trip can take place.
Please send all applications via: d29ya3Nob3BzbGFuYWtpbGEgfCBnbWFpbCAhIGNvbQ==

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Tue Sep 22 2020 at 02:00 pm to Tue Sep 29 2020 at 10:30 am


Drogheda, Ireland


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