Meditation and Prayer Cards
At 3.5" x 5.75" (8.9cm x 14.6cm) these cards are also great for tucking into greeting cards as an extra little gift for a special friend. The ideas on these cards are influenced by my own interest in Celtic folklore, mythology, literature and spirituality. The prayers and meditations are worded in such a way that most will be acceptable to people of many faiths - whether Pagan, Christian or "spiritual but not religious".
A set of six cards, each with instructions for a different self-guided meditation. Small enough to put in a pocket, on your desk, in your handbag, or pin to the fridge. The front of each card has a lovely picture and a short quote. The back has full, easy-to-remember instructions for a simple meditation practice. Full descriptions of each card can be found in the web shop.
A photo of a Scottish lochside on a lovely summers day, with a blessing of the three realms of land, water and sky.
The back of the card contains instructions for a meditation on the peace of the three realms. This meditation involves the repetition of short phrases, making it ideal for those who easily lose focus in meditation.
The back of the card provides information about the Uffington white horse and the Celtic horse goddess Epona.
A short passage from the classic "Celtic Wonder Tales" by Ella Young over a picture of a beautiful misty loch. The words tell of the promise of the Tuatha de Danann to remain always in Ireland, as spirits cloaked within the land and nature.
The back of the card contains instructions for a meditation on the beautiful spirit within nature.
who works in a Peruvian tradition. At the time my sleep was being disturbed by troubling thoughts, and this prayer helped me a great deal to sleep more soundly and peacefully.
I chose to address this prayer to three deities - Manannán mac Lir, Brigid and Epona.