The Morrigan is the least understood of the Irish Celtic Goddesses. She is also the most feared, perhaps because she presents herself as a Grim Reaper of sorts. And yet the wisdom we can get from the Crow Goddess can help us during times of deep transition and transformation.
Stepping past the fear that we experience while being incarnate is perhaps one of the great challenges on our pathway to peace. However, it is in this process that we can open up to the magic and assistance available to us when we accept the natural processes of birth, death, and rebirth. A practical way to help us through our natural evolution is with the Celtic ceremony of Burlá Ghuí, a prayer bundle assembled in stages aligned with the processes of transformation, and infused with the medicine from the Morrigan and the lineage.
It was an honor to make a Burlá Ghuí outdoors with spirit sisters here in Bolinas, especially in light of what we have been experiencing with the abrupt changes due to the Covid-19 pandemic. I think all of us felt grateful to have the ancient practice to help us.