Near Killarney on the road to Tralee, you find this two Ringforts. It is a beautiful place for meditation. Feel the earth energy flow in your body, and heal your subtile energy system.

Near Killarney on the road to Tralee, you find this two Ringforts. It is a beautiful place for meditation. Feel the earth energy flow in your body, and heal your  subtile energy system.

Be prepared that it is situated near a road, but if you take your time, you wil focus on the tranquility of the place and hear a lot of birds singing round the healing spots in the Ringforts.

Here is the link tot the site of the Flemby forts.

 

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