Dr Karen Ward
Idir Áit in Gaelic means ‘between places’ and for our Ancestors, there was major importance placed on the liminal time between each Festival. As January, April, July and November are months without one of the classic 8 Festivals, this phenomenon is highlighted even more.
Just like our Ancestors if we look and listen carefully, we too can see and hear the change of the ‘In Between’ place and temper our ways of being accordingly. No need to wonder why mid April we stop sitting indoors wrapped up warm and cosy but start moving outdoors into the burgeoning light as we blossom and bloom like Mother Earth. This is the tipping point of Idir Áit.
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