The Breath of Nine Maidens:
Personal Transformation and the Path of the Ninefold
With Jhenah Telyndru
Come explore the Ninefold Way of Avalon as we remember what is known about the Ninefold Sisterhoods of Celtic myth and legend, reclaim the hidden pathways represented by the Nine Morgens of Avalon, and renew their empowering lessons in our lives. Together we will examine how the energies of the Ninefold teach us empowering ways to serve ourselves, our communities, and the Goddesses of Avalon by identifying and manifesting our authentic calling. Finally, we will collectively journey to the Otherworld to connect with, and seek the guidance of, the Nine Morgens themselves.
Jhenah Telyndru is the founder of the Sisterhood of Avalon, and has been walking a Pagan path for over 30 years. Her published works include “Avalon Within: A Sacred Journey of Myth, Mystery, and Inner Wisdom”, “The Avalonian Oracle”, and the forthcoming “Seasons of Sovereignty” and “Rhiannon: Divine Queen of the Celtic Britons”. She has been presenting workshops internationally since 1997, and facilitates transformational journeys to sacred sites in the British Isles with Mythic Seeker Spiritual Pilgrimages. Jhenah holds a master’s degree in Celtic Studies from the University of Wales, Trinity St. David. She welcomes your contact through her website: www.ynysafallon.com
For When It Feels Like The/Your World Is Coming To An End
With Elizabeth Cunningham
Through storytelling, humor, and song, Maeve Rhuad (aka the Celtic Magdalen) and Elizabeth Cunningham (aka the reluctant activist) will draw on their experiences to address the times, personal and political, that try women’s souls. They will touch on such topics as how to discern what cause is calling you–and what isn’t. Saying yes–and no. Holding on–and letting go. They intend for this presentation to include discussion, singing, and, they hope, some hollering and foot-stomping!
Elizabeth Cunningham is best known for The Maeve Chronicles, a series of award-winning novels featuring a feisty Celtic Magdalen who is no one’s disciple. Her first published novel The Return of the Goddess, A Divine Comedy is being re-released this year in a 25th anniversary edition. In 2016 she published her debut mystery novel Murder at the Rummage Sale. She is at work on a sequel. A pagan priestess and interfaith minister, Elizabeth is also a counselor in private practice. She lives in New York State’s Hudson Valley.