Posts Tagged ‘ Nimue Brown ’

Owl Light

Aug 23rd, 2018 | By

Owl illustration and poem by Nimue Brown   Owl light, as we slip silently towards The end of day and sun comes soft and subtle, A honey kiss on leaf and Cotswold stone, Gilding the final hours, even as shadows Curve into valleys and stretch out long, Comfortable limbs, their backs to these hills And

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Lunar eclipse

Jul 27th, 2018 | By

By Nimue Brown I remember my first lunar eclipse. I was a teenager, and I sat on the doorstep of my grandmother’s house to watch the moon. She came out intermittently to see how things were progressing, but I watched the whole thing, very earnestly. My main memory of the experience is of how much

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Songs with Nimue Brown

Jun 28th, 2018 | By

Moon books author Nimue Brown is also an occasional song writer. Here’s some of the Pagan material she’s posted to youtube… Turn with the year – chanting about the seasons.   3 drops of inspiration – all about the Druidry.   Raised upon these hills – a lovesong to a landscape  



Reviews for Pagan Dreaming

Jun 24th, 2018 | By

Blogger Siobhan Johnson said of Pagan Dreaming, “I found a lot of new information in this book, but because of Nimue’s clarity and breezy writing style, Pagan Dreaming was a joy to read” You can read the full review here. Shamanism Books said “Pagan Dreaming is a book chocked full of wisdom and immensely readable; written

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Meditation doesn’t have to be visual

May 9th, 2018 | By

By Nimue Brown I’ve long thought that the term ‘visualisation’ is massively problematic. Not all of us are visual. For some people that’s about sight impairment, or blindness. For some of us (me included) it’s about having a poor visual memory and a limited visual imagination. Creative meditation practice does not have to be all

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Create your own meditations

Apr 29th, 2018 | By

By Nimue Brown Visualisation and pathworking can bring deep spiritual insights and flex creative muscles. However, if you’re new to all of this is can be a bit intimidating. There are lots of audio meditations you can buy, but that might not work for you. Other people’s meditations can be full of ideas that don’t

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Air and witchcraft

Apr 10th, 2018 | By

  I am the little whirlwind The subtle dance of dried leaves Swirling elemental magic Around the feet Of unseeing shoppers, Spinning giddy over lawns, Playing with last autumn’s leavings. A small turbulence causing trouble, Breezy enchantment For those who will.   I am the whirlwind to whip The roofs off cloud castles Spin you

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Elf caps and seasonal Paganism

Feb 26th, 2018 | By

By Nimue Brown For some years now I’ve been exploring alternative approaches to the wheel of the year. I find the focus on the 8 festivals doesn’t work for me – representing as they do some rather big shifts in the seasons. As a depressed person, I often find the shift into spring difficult, as

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Pagan entertainments

Dec 9th, 2017 | By

Our multi-talented authors have been posting videos again – here’s a few things to entertain you… From Robin Herne – the Hindu tale of Yudhishthira, one of the five Pandavas, and his devoted dog.   From Nimue Brown, a little menopausal, or should that be menoporpoisal poetry…   From Elen Sentier, playing with the Ferlies…  



Pagan art videos

Nov 27th, 2017 | By

Some of the Moon Books authors are distinctly arty folk. Here are some videos for you to enjoy that are full of art. From Laura Perry, this video is full of illustrations from her Minoan Tarot Deck. If Minoan style art calls to you, you might want to check out her book, Ariadne’s Thread.  

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