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The goddess Brigid is known to be a daughter of Dagda, “the Good God.” But who was her mother?
Inspired by the mythology and her own intuitive imagination and imbas forosnai, Laura shares own story of Brigid’s birth at Newgrange at Brú na Bóinne in County Meath. The child comes from the Milky Way, and follows the way of her mother: the goddess Bóinn.
This story continues the tale of Bóinn that Laura shared with us in Season 2, Episode 7
Laura Murphy is an activist, healer and Poet in Residence for Herstory, the powerful movement in Ireland dedicated to the stories of modern, historic, and mythical women.
Laura is a passionate campaigner for Ireland’s Mother and Baby home survivors and other issues surrounding equality, environmental and social healing including the recent successful campaign to make Brigid’s Day a national public holiday in Ireland.
Laura’s work is centered around the ancient Irish poetic practice of imbas forosnai, which means “Inspiration that Illuminates.” Comparable to the Buddhist concept of Enlightenment or contemporary “flow-state,” imbas forosnai is said to be a gift of the Goddesses Bóinn and Brigid. It was a practice mastered by the ancient poets of Ireland to bring truth to power and healing to society.
Music at the start of the show is by Beth Sweeney and Billy Hardy, a Celtic Fiddle and multi-instrumental duo based on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. The traditional Irish reel we play at the start of the show is called "The College Groves." billyandbeth.com
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