Jhenah Telyndru, who has been called the mother of the Avalonian revival by PanGaia's Elizabeth Barrett, developed the Avalonian Tradition and has been teaching it for more than two decades. She teaches Avalonian intensive workshops around North America and facilitates pilgrimages to sacred sites in the British Isles. Visit her online at www.ynysafallon.com.
Jhenah Telyndru has structured a richly imagined path to self actualization by combining the archetypal myths of Avalon and the Mabinogi (a 12th to 14-century Welsh story cycle) with modern psychological techniques. The guided journeys within the book are powerful, lovely and effective; suitable for individual or group work. While the book is primarily designed for women to face and heal their inner wounds and grow into their own Sovreignty, by changing a few pronouns here and there men will be able to tread the ancient pathways as well. Within these pages Glastonbury rises from the Somerset plain like a holy mountain and the landscape around the Tor becomes the Cauldron of Regeneration that heals all wounds and brings the seeker back to life.--Ellen Evert Hopman, Druid Priestess and author of Priestess of the Forest, The Druid Isle, and other volumes.