Priestess and Priest of Avalon Training
Course start date:
Saturday 7th/8th November 2020
Spiral Two of the Priestess/Priest of Avalon Training is open to those who have successfully completed Spiral One. Over eight weekends you learn the practical skills of a Priest/ess of the Goddess and of Avalon and explore your role as Goddess ceremonialist, Goddess Temple Priestess/Melissa, enabler, visionary, journeyer and spiritual friend.
The path of becoming a Priest/ess in this Avalonian tradition is a path of devotion and service to Goddess, as She expresses Herself through the cycle of the seasons of Her nature within the natural landscape, in the everyday world, in myth and in present day revelations. On this training our devotion is particularly focused on Bridannia, Goddess of the whole of Brigit’s Isles, and on the Lady of Avalon, Goddess of the Isle of Avalon, and we need to know and experience who She is and what that devotion means.
In this teaching the role of the Priestess or Priest is a public role, rather than a private dream. Our priestess work is to bring Goddess back into the world, to help Her to become visible through us and all that we are and can offer in service to Her. We bring our skills to the great work of creating, supporting and developing new Goddess Events, Communities and Temples in our homelands.
During the Second Spiral we invite you to visit the Oracle of the Lady of Avalon offered in each season at Goddess House to receive further guidance on your path to becoming a Priestess/Priest of Avalon
As part of your training you are encouraged to Priestess in seasonal ceremonies for the Glastonbury Goddess Temple and to extend and improve your abilities to priestess. You learn how to Melissa in the Glastonbury Goddess Temple, serving the many visitors who come to the Temple. As part of Spiral Two homework, students Melissa in the Temple for 8 hours or more in your own time.
The Second Spiral culminates in a special Self-Initiation Ceremony as a Priestess or Priest of the Goddess, which includes walking the Glastonbury Tor Labrynth. For this you need to be physically fit.
Times of Circles
Saturday: 9.30am – 6.00pm
Sunday: 9.30am – 6.00pm
You can find all the course dates here.
Course Fee Payments
Payment in full £1,060 per annum (some concessionary places available).
Payment by instalments £1,100, which includes a £40 one-off administration fee to cover our bank and Paypal costs.
Please note that to ensure your place on the course the non-refundable deposit of £100 must be paid within four weeks of acceptance by the tutor. If you have applied within four weeks of the course start date your deposit must be received by 21st October 2020, or by return if the tutor’s acceptance is after this date.
You may pay the balance of fees at any time up to the course start date of 7th November 2020, or by eight instalments of £125 beginning 9th November 2020.
How to apply for the course
You can find everything you need to apply for the course here.