Ireland Odyssey Journey: July 2024

Jul 12, 2024—Jul 28, 2024

Location

Various locations in Ireland, Europe

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WITH GILLIAN SCHOEMAKER AND ALAN POTTER

Join Gillian Schoemaker and Alan Potter on the Ireland Odyssey Journey, tracing the threads of the spiritual history of Ireland: a rich and profound story dating back many thousands of years. We’ll see ancient megalithic sites, castles, monastic settlements, vibrant Dublin, a variety of landscapes, charming towns and villages, traditional music and song, and much, much more.

  • An unforgettable journey awaits, in the company of like-minded people with an interest in an anthroposophical perspective.
  • Most mornings, we will meet together to prepare for the events of the day. In the evenings, we may gather to share impressions and experiences.
  • At many of the sites, we will explore the spirit of place though song and story, eurythmy,
    and informal talks with Gillian and Alan.
  • We will endeavor to experience our Odyssey in the light of earth-healing and gratitude in these special places where the worlds of humanity and spirit were closer than today.
  • There will be time for ponderings and wanderings too!
  • Time to enjoy the landscape and soul-scape of Ireland – the beautiful interplay of light, sea, mountains and sky. And sunshine – and maybe even some rain! And rainbows!

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Contact Gillian Schoemaker: 610-455-2040, gillianschoemaker@gmail.com

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Gillian Schoemaker, eurythmist, native of Scotland, lives and works at the Camphill school in Pennsylvania. She organizes and leads Odyssey journeys in Greece, Egypt, Italy, and Scotland, with eurythmy, story, and song as essential components to help us live into the essence of place.

Alan Potter, born in Dublin. grew up there and in Wexford. Graduated Trinity College (philosophy, psychology, geography). Lived in Berlin and in San Francisco before joining Camphill in North Ireland in 1980. Married with four grown children, house parent, biodynamic gardener, part-time Waldorf teacher, bookseller at Botton Bookshop, adult educator. Further studies in University of Aberdeen and Hamburg Priest Seminary. After 24 years in Botton Village, he returned to Ireland to the Camphill. Student and guide of Hibernian Mysteries and Celtic Christianity in Ireland.