Using traditional myths, cosmology, and the insights of modern disciplines such as ecology and ecopsychology, the Bardic Course introduces the druidic student to a way of seeing the world that is both fresh and ancient - and an awakened way of living in that world in service to the hearth community.
- Translations of important mythological stories to illuminate the lessons and commentaries.
- An exploration of basic questions such as "What is Druidism?"
- Animism and the variety of Celtic views on divinity.
- The process of initiation into a soul-centric way of being in and seeing the world.
- The fecund power of darkness and the unconscious in spiritual growth.
- Forming relationships with the ancestors.
- Presence as the language of nature, and learning from the earth.
- Ecology, activism, art, sovereignty, and other topics which provide a clear segue into the Ovate Course.
- The art of pilgrimage as a model and practice of spiritual transformation.