Showing posts from November, 2009

Charter For Compassion

This widget below allows you to read and affirm the Charter For Compassion directly in four different languages: Arabic, Hebrew, English and Spanish. Please also consider adding this widget to your blog or web site to help spread the movement. You can find the embed code at the bottom, to click, select, copy and paste, through the “share” tab on the bottom right of the widget below.

Celtic Dreamtime Pass explained

relax and enjoy a ... for your celtic sanctuary If you cannot visit Ireland for awhile, or have visited and wish to keep your Celtic Dreamtime alive, we invite you to enjoy our Celtic Dreamtime monthly goodies bag of ... 6 new music downloads per month for subscribers (normally 99c each) A new Celtic Dreamtime Story per month Free access to the 50 music downloads archive of Claire Roche Celtic Dreamtime Media video clips and photo albums ...... and several more items and events to enjoy the story of the Celtic Dreamtime Pass ... Our last 6 years have largely been invested in restoring a traditional Irish thatched cottage as close to the original as possible, while making eco considerations too. This is our centre for serving our Celtic Dreamtime services as we are also close to sacred sites and outstanding landscapes linked to some of the most profound mythology legends and spirituality sanctuaries in Ireland. As there are still considerable costs involved in keeping this rest

Singing Harps - Dublin, update

A wonderful night at Woodford House, Sat. Nov. 7th Singer harpists, Claire Roche and Madeleine Doherty, served a wonderful concert to open Woodford Sanctuary, though it seems the marketing name will now be Woodford House Woodford Sanctuary, or House is a wonderful arts and healing centre conceived by Claire Roche from converted stables where she ran a livery service 30 years ago. 74 people came along, I was hoping for 100 and Claire was targeting for 50 people, The discovery now is 75 people is the maximum that Claire’s venue can comfortably accommodate. Catering, which I did, was a dream in the Woodford kitchen and dining area. Madeleine opened with about 20 minutes of tunes and songs followed by Claire performing 20 minutes songs accompanied by harp After a short chips, dip and beverage break Claire returned to perform some songs accompanies by piano and Madeleine rounded off the the evening concert with some more tunes, including a beautiful arrangement of “Somewhere Over The Rainbo