A Sacred Journey of Myth, Mystery, and Inner Wisdom
Author: Jhenah Telyndru
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Journey to the legendary Isle of Avalon and experience the magic, mysteries, and mysticism that have inspired women throughout the ages. Jhenah Telyndru, founder of the Avalonian Tradition, invites you on a unique spiritual path of healing and personal revelation built upon the beloved Avalon mythology. Connect with the Goddesses of Avalon through guided journeys and powerful rituals. Explore Glastonbury’s Sacred Landscape with eight pages of gorgeous color photographs. Develop legendary Avalonian skills—such as the Sight and the art of Glamour—to heal wounds of the soul and unlock the sacred wisdom at the core of your being. Drawing on Celtic mythology, Arthurian legend, and Druidic lore and exploring the way of the priestess as alluded to in Marion Zimmer Bradley’s The Mists of Avalon, the Avalonian path empowers women everywhere to transform their lives by seeking the Goddess and the Sovereign self within.
Discover a System of Personal Evolution, Foster a Relationship with the Goddesses of Avalon, and Build a Powerful Connection to the Holy Isle Reclaim your sovereignty and unlock your greatest potential through an inner journey of self-discovery. The Mythic Moons of Avalon presents an innovative practice, supported by herbs and guided by the phases of the moon, that leads to soul healing and spiritual transformation. Harness the energies of the thirteen moons of the year, including total lunar eclipses and blue moons, to reveal a path of healing. Delve into Welsh mythology, connect with transformative goddesses, create herbal elixirs, and undertake meditative journeys that promote emotional and spiritual wholeness. This book examines Avalon as a place of psycho-spiritual healing and rebirth—a place where you'll find deep wisdom and personal empowerment by aligning with lunar rhythms. Jhenah Telyndru helps you develop meaningful relationships with goddesses and herbal allies as you walk the inner pathway to the sovereign self within. Praise: "A beautifully comprehensive, cohesive, and brilliant approach to transformation through lunar energies, herbal workings, and the tales of the Avalonian goddesses."—Tiffany Lazic, registered psychotherapist and author of The Great Work
Morgaine, gifted with the Sight and fated with her brother-lover's doom, recounts the glorious tragedy of Camelot's brief flowering - not as a tale of knightly deeds, but as a woman's rounded view of society in the crucible of change. Through the lives of pious Guinevere, ambitious Morgouse, austere Viviane and her successor as Lady of the Lake, Morgaine herself, this rich and haunting epic reveals a greater threat to the idyll than the Saxons. For the spread of patriarchal Roman ways and a narrow Christianity seem likely to alienate the Old People, and drive the ancient worship of the Mother forever into the mists...
'They Call Me Avalon' is a fantasy extraordinaire about the presence that dwells in the Glastonbury Tor. Called Avalon, She waits to bring the Source's Dream Vision alive in the world today. It's a modern, mythical tale that will captivate and accelerate you into your own source creation of the wondrous future that awaits us all now."I have been asleep so long that even in my dreams the memory of the hall, where I had been summoned and sent forth, were drifting into obscure nothingness. It used to be that every few centuries an adept would come along and offer me her body and being to wreak wondrousness upon the planet ... and then the memories of my sending would surge forth. But it has been a long time since the last one came and the memories are almost gone. I have been known by many names, but you may call me Avalon. I have been waiting ... waiting for an acolyte, a priestess, a godling, an actualiser of that which I have been sent to do. I'm calling ... Are you there? Are you ready? I yearn for this work to be fulfilled through us now. I am calling you. The winds are carrying my name to you. 'Avalon', they whisper to all who would hear. Come. Surrender. Let us begin the work we were sent forth to do."