Profound wisdom in Oral Tradition

Through all the many traditional stories I have read from around the world and the places they have taken me, I have developed a deep appreciation for ancient indigenous cultures and how their oral histories are interwoven with their landscapes, the creatures they co-habit with, their communities and the way the make meaning physically, mentally and spiritually in the world.

I am really looking forward to reading this new book by Lynn Kelly, "The Memory Code."

http://www.news.com.au/technology/science/archaeology/book-extract-has-australian-researcher-lynne-kelly-discovered-the-secret-to-stonehenge/news-story/9f8acc3c765b9e64151d3bc5bd5c4f0f

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As a professional storyteller/theatre artist, my work focuses on the ancient craft of oral storytelling and the exploration of traditional stories, myths, legends and folklore from around the world and especially Ireland, the land of my ancestors. For over 20 years I have been involved in the making, excavating, shaping and presenting stories for theatre and public events. My work has taken me into a broad range of communities, corporations and educational settings. I have performed for audiences of varying sizes, from over 3000 to intimate garden parties.

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