He loves the great outdoors and likes to ‘lose’ himself especially in the rugged, wild and rural areas of north Wales. He is a sociable guy – so do say ‘hi’, email him, get in touch etc.
He is a latter-day Celt, and an Anamcara (literally, a ‘soul friend’), and one with deep knowledge and wisdom. He enjoys working with discerning man and women, like you, wherever you are.
His specialism is liminality
Liminality, that ‘gap’ between Here and the Other, can bring immense benefits to all.
He works with clients ‘in person’ or via the internet, and uses liminality and creative visualisation (thought) to usher men and women into the imaginal realm, of power, potential, healing, maturity, transformation etc
Tadhg currently organises one-to-one sessions and group workshops, and these are ‘in person’ in specific locations and via the internet eg skype, on various themes, such as:
- angelic encounters
- archetypal mapping
- power-blessings etc.
In that imaginal realm some seek and obtain guidance, empowerment, knowledge or wisdom, healing or some other resolution. If you’re interested, or if you have a question do contact Tadhg.
Tadhg has over twenty-five years experience of working with the imaginal realm. And, clients keep coming back.
In addition, Tadhg is also a independent, inclusive (non-proselytising and non-judgemental) priest and ceremonialist. He provides ancient-future, bespoke and innovative liturgy, ceremonies and services for all: for baby-naming, blessings, engagement and other transitions, hand-fasting, marriage blessings, premises and locational blessings, even pet blessings, and seasonal services and rituals etc. Having studied at the London School of Theology and at other places, he was ordained at Steyne Hall in 1986. Tadhg has also studied celtic and druidic studies, ceremony, and herbalism
Tadhg is a qualified herbalist, and runs Tadhg’s Apothecary, focussing on Celtic and traditional herbalism, ‘power rock’ use etc.
All the abovementioned are to do with liminality – moving into and out of the imaginal realm, and benefitting.
He is a sociable guy – and I know we’ve mentioned that before, but we just wanted to remind you and say that if you’ve made it this far, do say ‘hi’, share your story with him, and/or let’s see how we can work together.
[How to pronounce his name? Tadhg sounds like the first half of the word tig-er, if you sound the ‘g’ at the end of the first syllable. You can call him Tadhg, or you can call him Jonathan, whichever is easier for you. He’s happy with either, or both! But, do contact him.]