In essence, Tadhg is in awe of those liminal places and cosmic interconnections we ‘move through’ each day, usually unaware, and writes about them extensively. He uses creative visualisation sessions (and ritual) for clients to move through liminality, those ‘thin places’, to gain advice and guidance, to realise their purpose, to encounter power, and achieve their potential.
So, a little bit more about him. Tadhg loves the great outdoors and likes to ‘lose’ himself especially in the rugged, wet, wild and natural areas of north Wales where he lives – though he has a small apartment in London, and jaunts between the too (and travels elsewhere, widely).
He also loves writing about those deep, spiritual encounters of life, and so do read his articles, journal excerpts and poetry on tadhgtalks.
He is a latter-day Celt, though some have called him a Christo-Druid or Druidic-Christian, or even an Anamcara (soul friend) because he likes to ‘go deep’ and encourage others (yourself, too) to do similar, and benefit. Whatever he is, he is welcoming and inclusive, non-proselytising, and enjoys the company of fellow-sojourners on their spiritual journey, such as yourself, as we journey ‘Home’. He would dearly like to work with you.
He is a lively, sociable, welcoming 60something, mature guy, who laughs a lot. Do get in touch with him, even if it’s just to say ‘hello’. He is an avid reader, too, and is also an amateur astronomer (and the owner of a 12inch Meade telescope).
He has a myriad of great friends, so do stay in touch as he’d like you to be included in that number. He also has two sons, two daughters-in-law, and two grandchildren, all of whom he is immensely proud of.
So, what does Tadhg do?
Tadhg’s specialism is liminality. This is the ‘doorstep’ between Here and the Other, it is accessed in deeply natural places (forests, waterfalls etc where it may be known as a ‘thin place’), at special events (baby baptisms, handfasting, weddings, house-blessings, animal/pet blessings, funerals etc) and at imaginal (creative visualisation) sessions, and other rituals to celebrate the turning of the great circle, the seasons, or to mark a family, house or workplace events.
Tadhg, then, organises workshops and one-to-one sessions where he ushers clients into that imaginal-but-real realm of liminality, of potential, growth, maturity and ‘magic’. Many benefit by encountering characters (elemental, guides, angels etc) and their inner-self, and obtain answers, guidance and direction, and energy (sportspeople and those recuperating please take note) etc by exploring that inner landscape, and obtaining ‘gifts’. Oh, there’s so much more to tell you. It’s an adventure!
Because liminality also happens in ritual, Tadhg has many years experience of organising ‘open’ events to celebrate the seasons etc, and leads many family events to celebrate rites of passage, assistance to healing, energy, ‘house (negative energy) clearing’ etc. He is a ceremonialist and even studied to be an inclusive, welcoming priest, spending a number of years at the London School of Theology and at other places. He was ordained at Steyne Hall in 1986, and is now ‘freelance’, working with all to provide a memorable ceremony for all occasions. Tadhg has also studied celtic and druidic studies, herbalism and the use of rocks in ceremony and in the home etc. Is there an upcoming ceremony that you might like him to lead?
So, what are you waiting for? Do contact Tadhg to see how we can work together, do say at least ‘hello’, and maybe ‘sign up’ to his articles on tadhgtalks, and never miss an article. He is a sociable guy, approachable, with a sense of humour, and loves life to the full. He is a ‘keydropper’. Dare you pick it up?
Blessings, light and love be to you and yours, now and always.
[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.]