Ogham Readings with Sara Olwen

Finding our life path and embracing our potential can be difficult when we are separated from our source of vitality
and are told that we should be something other than our authentic selves. Many of us have a deep longing to connect with the natural world
and something bigger than ourselves, and we often feel the need for some clarity and direction toward reaching our goals.
This inner quest is what spurs our growth and spiritual evolution. You can find ways to integrate all parts of your sacred self
and discover ways of working toward your highest potential.
An ogham reading with Sara Olwen can provide you with a sense of direction or guidance, as well as illuminate ways that you can connect
with your best self or find allies that are willing to help you along the way. By connecting with the wisdom of the trees, we tap into a spiritual
network of ancient beings that can nurture us and counsel us along our individual paths.
This type of psychic consultation uses the ogham tree alphabet as an oracle for divining life path queries or to connect with potential spirit allies
 

Using the ogham, Sara will:

Attempt to understand some of the foundational issues in your life or at the root of the problem
Connect with her guides and the spirits of the trees
Offer potential solutions or advice the querent may wish to follow
Reveal hidden gifts and talents, along with spiritual allies that are available to help develop these.
 

Readings:

  • 10-minute: $15
  • 30-minute: $45

 
Email me at saraolwen@gmail.com to arrange a Skype meeting today,
or visit me at the following events:
 
Emerald Spiral Expo
March 23, 2019
9am – 5pm
Kent Commons, Kent, WA

FlyingRowan Ogham Readings Sara Olwen Leedom Ives

First 5 minutes are free.

$5.00/minute thereafter.

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About Ogham

Ogham is an early medieval alphabet that was used to write the primitive Irish language between the 1st and 9th centuries C.E. It is known to us mainly from carved stone fragments and a handful of obscure manuscripts written in old Irish, making it the earliest written source of the Irish language. The name “ogham” is derived from the name ‘Ogma’, the Celtic god of eloquence and literacy. Interestingly, the carved letters are read from bottom to top.
 
Ogham has become associated with trees and the wealth of Celtic tree lore mainly through secondary medieval sources. The alphabet itself only scratches the surface of the rich knowledge and folklore that the ancient Celts associated with various trees, which indicates that they felt a deep affinity for and connection with these plant beings.
 
In readings, staves marked with letters from the ogham alphabet are used for a variety of divinatory purposes. Each letter is said to have a number of spiritual and magical meanings that can add depth a reading or illuminate a particular subject of interest.