Healing for Healers

13 - Guest Episode - The shortest day of the year, with Treasa Ní Mhurchú

December 10, 2020 Abby Wynne and Regina of the Land
Healing for Healers
13 - Guest Episode - The shortest day of the year, with Treasa Ní Mhurchú
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Healing for Healers
13 - Guest Episode - The shortest day of the year, with Treasa Ní Mhurchú
Dec 10, 2020
Abby Wynne and Regina of the Land

Regina and Abby are joined by Treasa Ní Mhurchú, a tour guide and archaeologist who works on the Sacred Sites of Ireland. We they chat about ways to celebrate the Solstice (the shortest day of the year) whether you can get out to a sacred site, or are locked down at home during the pandemic. This year the Solstice falls on December 21st, so we wanted to share this episode in good time to give you some ideas if you felt like celebrating it too.  We also talk about what life may have been like in neolithic times, attitudes towards the cycles and the seasons, and how technology has disconnected us from the natural flow of the world.

More about Treasa: Treasa has an MSc in Experimental Archaeology and Material Culture, B. Bus Hon in Entrepreneurship. She also is qualified as an Holistic Therapist and Stress Management Consultant, and is a Tour and Heritage Guide. Treasa is a Priestess of the Sacred Land, a High Priestess in Progressive Witchcraft and has published 5 guided meditation CD’s, and published a book “Ancient Echoes” in collaboration with the artist Courtney Davis. You can find her on http://www.SacredSites.ie.

Show Notes

Regina and Abby are joined by Treasa Ní Mhurchú, a tour guide and archaeologist who works on the Sacred Sites of Ireland. We they chat about ways to celebrate the Solstice (the shortest day of the year) whether you can get out to a sacred site, or are locked down at home during the pandemic. This year the Solstice falls on December 21st, so we wanted to share this episode in good time to give you some ideas if you felt like celebrating it too.  We also talk about what life may have been like in neolithic times, attitudes towards the cycles and the seasons, and how technology has disconnected us from the natural flow of the world.

More about Treasa: Treasa has an MSc in Experimental Archaeology and Material Culture, B. Bus Hon in Entrepreneurship. She also is qualified as an Holistic Therapist and Stress Management Consultant, and is a Tour and Heritage Guide. Treasa is a Priestess of the Sacred Land, a High Priestess in Progressive Witchcraft and has published 5 guided meditation CD’s, and published a book “Ancient Echoes” in collaboration with the artist Courtney Davis. You can find her on http://www.SacredSites.ie.