I absolutely love the Lady of Avalon, since I know Her intimately after my three years of Priestess training and then the work I have done in the years following that. She is the Goddess who resides on the magical Isle of Avalon, which is said to be in Glastonbury in England. It is like a parallel world, hidden behind the veils, behind the mists.
She is incredibly powerful, and I got to know Her energies during my Priestess training. Especially during the third year, where we did three meditations a day. Two of them were between 30 minutes to an hour long. It was challenging, it was beautiful and it was powerful. I got to know Her in my heart, body and soul. It was deep.
The Lady of Avalon is a very transformative Goddess. She is also very loving.
Her energies can be called upon anywhere on earth, but to experience Her on Her own land is something special.
Some of you may have read the book The Mists of Avalon by Marion Zimmer Bradley. If you haven't, and you have heard Her calling, then I really recommend it. It is beautiful and full of magic.
Many people, both women and men and all in between hear Her calling and journey in pilgrimage to Glastonbury.
She welcomes us all.
But journeying with Her can be both scary and joyful. During the Priestess training we are taken deep into ourselves, and that can be very challenging and painful. But I have also found so much joy and Sisterhood through my journey with Her, that every bit of pain has been worth it.
The woman who I have to thank for my training is Kathy Jones. She started the Glastonbury Goddess Temple and The Glastonbury Goddess Conference and has run the Priestess of Avalon training for many, many years, even though it is now taught by other Priestesses.
She is an amazingly strong woman and I love her.
Find out more about her on her website.
To get to know The Lady of Avalon, call on Her.
Travel in sacred pilgrimage to Avalon/Glastonbury.
Read about her. Meditate with Her.
Connect with others who walk with Her.
She welcomes you.
Are you ready to get to know Her?
With love, Elin