Disciples. Within Druidizing


Disciples. Within Druidizing circles there are different forms of transmission, all quite free. Who says "transmission", also says "discipline" and therefore disciples. I would point out to all of you that sectarianism and obligations have no chance of settling in with us, not in Gallic Druidism at least. However, it is necessary to transmit and somewhere to build loyalty. So: we have to offer quite diverse content to avoid boredom and bring about the development of the being. If there is no forced integration, we nevertheless need to establish a fairly clear discipline for each subject which must also remain evolving (otherwise it is no longer Druidism). These people need an intellectual contribution that allows them to structure themselves personally and in the group, to find a place, to discipline themselves. They then become real disciples (not morons who gobble up and agree to everything they are told), more precisely, they are students, those who work with a methodology. The disciples are those who normally study a doctrine, but again, there is no firm and definitive doctrine with us. So these Druidizing disciples are the ones who live in evolutionism, that's right. They breathe in this way, they move together, and to be honest, there is no real border to a spirituality which makes the arts, their practice, one of its most important fields. There is no border to culture, it is given and spread like charity. One of the things we learn is that only the present moment is true, it is part of the world of light, of the physical. Whereas what happened before and will happen after is a double part of the dark world. Memories that will be inscribed during the dark period through worms. It was the philosophy of the ancient druids and a fortiori of the Vates and Bards since always. These growing numbers of people studying Druidism are divided into three groups quite simply. The group of those who are supporters of doing nothing, they benefit from a philosophical and religious contribution but remain on the periphery of the practice, sympathizers, they are not in the action and tend to slow down or prevent it. They make the link with the non-Druidic world. They are fairly open people. Then there are those who really include themselves in a calm and reflective dynamic, in practice they sometimes participate or often in ceremonies, dig ideas, make publications on their subjects or experiences, practice the arts most often, possess a small library on druids and druidism in general .... etc ... etc. They are persistent and do not hesitate to share. Then come the "megalomaniacs", extremists most of the time, with a big ego, they are in excess. Finally, these do not help the Druidic stream of thought at all. They would like to make it "their thing", but that, when you know the subject well, you know very well that this is not possible. The freedom of thought of each one is an essential point of the worship, one respects one's neighbor and one accepts the difference of opinion as an enrichment. The real extremists have never managed to integrate with us in truth, their propaganda is most often only political. They are a bit of a mess between friendly groups but do not develop. This unfortunately exists in all human groups and not only with us. We are all disciples, yes but of whom where of what? Because there is no main god, no ideology and therefore no religious madness. Ah yes but then we are the disciples of whom? - of the world -of nature that moves -of life itself -of our ancestors - time which passes and which teaches us, -powers of the primordial universe, And then to better express the ideals, there are still a certain number of divinities, all complementary. To develop.