TESTIMONIALS: Brigid’s Way 2015

“A beautiful and deeply healing experience.” – Elaine Ní Chiardha

“A Call from Erin Come walk this land, in the footsteps of our ancestors. Open to their wisdom, insights, and presence. Listen to their messages. Let her wells water the garden of your emotions Connect once again with her ground, the soil and foundation of her form. Allow it to soothe and make healthy your own body form. Let the rhythm of your journey align with the rhythm of nature, With the wind in the trees, with the birdsong, with the call of the wild, With the skies above, with the earth below, with the mysteries. Till the heart sings, till the soul sings, till the fire of spirit aligns you with the passion of your Self and you return renewed.”

“A marvellous walking journey through beautiful Irish countryside with great stories, silence, and shared humanity that unfolded so naturally with the rhythm of our feet on this precious earth.”

“A project of great Hope Dochas link Naomh Bríd.” – Pádraig R Rua

“A pure unadulterated joy! An extraordinary experience that will energize, empower and inspire you in ways that may surprise you. Thank you Karen and Dolores for being a conduit for The Mother of Light. x”

“Brigids Way walk is a great experience and why would anyone go to the Camino when we have this in Ireland.” HR

“I joined St Bridget Celtic Pilgrimage on day 9 and really connected with the other pilgrims & opportunity to be part of this event. It was very well organised and especially loved the stories of St Bridget and retracing part of her journey.” – Gabrielle

“It was a joy and an honour to participate in Brigid’s Way when it passed through my local area. I loved every minute of it and the group was very friendly and great company to keep you going. It was very well organised with the support car which was a brilliant idea and very practical and it also took any pressure off people who were more able to relax and go at their own pace which added to their fun. I loved the idea that each day had a different theme and I found linking the theme and setting the morning intention very powerful. I felt truly blessed to have had this opportunity and to top it off the weather was fabulous!Long may Brigid’s Way continue and grow.” – JS

“Thank you for a blessed, sacred Pilgrimage. During the entire time I felt protected and watched over by the leaders, support volunteers, accommodations and the community itself. The organizers excelled in creating sacred space with each foot step, and a deep sense of kindness and safety from start to finish. The inner work was ours alone. I felt each individual who walked was deeply honored (which in my opinion) created a harmonious community… that seemed to naturally respect itself. A mighty feat! Blessed be!”

“This is a beautiful journey with beautiful people. The night in the woods was an absolutely magical experience i feel so blessed to have been a part of it. A beautiful mix of spiritual journeying and great fun along the way. Mother, Sister, Goddess, Friend, Brigid you guide me through to the end. Your subtle signs, your chants and rhymes, I’m under the spell you so beautifully wound. Fiery arrow, Sigma in the sky, Dancing in moon beams while grown women cry. Give me strength in times of need Give me ears when i pay no heed Teach me to love and grow on your path Teach me to not accept man’s wrath, Teach me to be worthy of your word, Help me Goddess Brigid now that i walk your road.”

“This was my first time on a pilgrimage and the expectations I had before going fell far short of what I actually experienced. It was all beautifully organized from beginning to end and we were helped and encouraged in every way possible. I felt a very strong connection to the Irish countryside and somehow still carry it inside me. My connection to and love of Brigid deepened. There were wonderful magical and mystical moments. I also recognized changes at emotional and mental levels that have been tested since I have been back and have passed the test. I would also like to mention that I had bad news from home while on the pilgrimage and was supported and held throughout by Karen and Louise and other fellow pilgrims with whom I was able to share my grief. To all of you my heartfelt thanks.”

“Walk with Brigid and she will walk with you. Few men dare to be touched by her and few more dare be delicate enough to touch her.” – S.B.