Articles and resources about Brigid

Many thanks to member Edie Stone for curating these resources for the grove!


Perhaps one of the most complex and contradictory Goddesses of the Celtic pantheon, Brigid can be seen as the most powerful religious figure in all of Irish history.

Tina Asherae Fields

A list of sparkling suggestions for honoring the spirit of Brigid on her day of Imbolg… and truthfully, on any day to renew your spirit. This article from grove member Asherae on her blog Indigenize! summarizes other details linked on this page in a succinct and playfully intentional way.

Anthony Murphy

A dialogue with the excellent Anthony Murphy, curator of Mythical Ireland. Anthony describes astronomical alignments with sacred sites of Brigid that may have been seen as heavenly portents many years ago. The constellation of Cygnus, the Swan, figures in this story and helps us understand that obscure aspect of Brigid.

Brigit’s Forge

A guided meditation practiced by many groves, covens and other groups. This can be a powerful experience, especially when led by another so you may focus on imagining the journey of the meditation.

The Brigidine Sisters

A sacred fire burned in Kildare reaching back into pre-Christian times. Scholars suggest that priestesses used to gather on the hill of Kildare to tend their ritual fires while invoking a goddess named Brigid to protect their herds and to provide a fruitful harvest.

Lunaea Weatherstone

A prayer litany to Brigid that honors the sacred duty of nineteen Druidic priestesess known as daughters of the flame (inghean an dagha), or flame-keepers (breochwidh).


Brigid has many aspects; this OBOD article provides many loving details.

Kris Hughes

A Poem for Imbolg

Kris Hughes

Well-respected author Kris Hughes examines evidence for Brigid in pre-Christian Ireland.


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