This ongoing development group has been created for those who have completed Andreas Kornevall's Seidr Foundation course (Norse Mythology: The Grove of Hidden Roots), or who have studied to that level elsewhere.

Please be aware that there will be no class on Wednesday 16th February.

As this is an ongoing development group, the content will be influenced by the group dynamics, but we deepen our work by focusing on:

  • Runes: Castings, spreads, rune-readings, bind-runes and working with sigils, insignias and personal emblems.
  • Ritual: Exploring how life supporting rituals can heal parts of ourselves and our greater community. Including an in-depth enquiry and practical training working with the old high seat ceremony and the rune labyrinth.
  • Fylgja Dreaming: Inner journeys exercises tracking our animal allies.
  • Storytelling: working with stories, sagas, legends, poetry, visualisation, meditation and music to tap into an intuitive knowledge. Learn how to tell a mythic narrative with your own personal voice and experience. Stand tall in the face of vulnerability.
  • Discovering the Lost Gods of Wonder: Exploring local folklore and lore of plants, trees and old folk-magical practices of England and Northern Europe.
  • The Anatomy of Viking Art: the shapes behind the rune-stones, medieval rune-rows, talismanic art, animal carvings and paintings, with a special focus on the dragon.

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We will not be recording these classes. One of the unique aspects of the College's online courses is that they are highly interactive. Participants are encouraged to discuss and share with the tutor and the group. These sharings can be very personal, and some may not feel comfortable with them being recorded. If you need to miss any sessions, your tutor will be happy to offer a brief outline of the material covered.

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    Previous participants say:

    "A wonderful course, taught at real depth by a master of the tradition. It was a privilege to attend. The group was also great (even with the distance of Zoom), and I looked forward to the sessions each week. Highly recommended."

    "There are teachers and there are practitioners. Andreas is both. Thanks to his competent and generous approach, this class was just what I was looking for, and more."

    "Andreas gracefully and mysteriously wove a web of diverse threads into the magical tapestries of Norse cosmology, mythology and magic, revealing a new world of imagination for both spirit and soul. This was my first experience with Zoom in the context of a multi-week class like this, and I was surprised at how little this affected the quality of intimacy - as I experienced it - with the group. I feel fortunate to have found this class when I did."

    "I love Andreas's teaching."

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    Important notice: The UK switches to British Summer Time on Sunday 27 March 2022.

    For our students in the UK, your digital clocks should adjust automatically. However, if you are joining from outside the UK, please double-check the start time of the final class in this course. You will need to log in an hour earlier than previously.

    Course Schedule

    There are 8 sessions for this course

    1Wednesday 2nd February 20227:00pm - 9:00pm
    2Wednesday 9th February 20227:00pm - 9:00pm
    3Wednesday 23rd February 20227:00pm - 9:00pm
    4Wednesday 2nd March 20227:00pm - 9:00pm
    5Wednesday 9th March 20227:00pm - 9:00pm
    6Wednesday 16th March 20227:00pm - 9:00pm
    7Wednesday 23rd March 20227:00pm - 9:00pm
    8Wednesday 30th March 20227:00pm - 9:00pm

    This course will be live in our online classroom

    All you need to take part is a good internet connection and a computer with a webcam, microphone and Zoom.

    On booking this course, you will receive an email with the Zoom link to access it. Remember to check your spam folder if you don't receive this confirmation email in your inbox.

    Please use the same link to access each of your course sessions.

    Please send us a message if you have any questions. We hope you enjoy the course!

    About Andreas Kornevall

    Image of course leader Andreas Kornevall A natural-born storyteller and Seidr practitioner, Andreas Kornevall works with ancient Norse rituals and spirituality. His passion is unearthing forgotten folklore and endangered Norse languages.
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