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Soul Friend, Old Friend, Fur Friend, Three Years On

The ancient Celts kept in touch with their Creator by touching creation. All of nature breathed in and breathed out –the very breath of God  — and all the world was soaked in the Spirit. 1,310 more words


Exploring Magical Powers of the Celts

Exploring Magical Powers of the Celts

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The post, Exploring Magical Powers of the Celts, was contributed by Jane Johnson, a freelance writer and editor. 859 more words

Celtic Druid History

Book Review: The Salmon In the Spring by Jason Kirkey

“This sort of descent and wandering is capable of placing us in direct contact with the soul. Far away from the safety and comfort of the home, out on the borderlands of the heart, we can encounter ourselves in our essential nature – our own wildness stoked by the wilderness of land or psyche.

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Dancing into the thin place

I was a whirling dervish, my feet moving faster and faster, my arms stretching effortlessly upward, hands tracing circles in the air. Every part of my body moved – hips, shoulders, head, heart. 542 more words

On Passing a Graveyard - John O’Donohue

May perpetual light shine upon

The faces of all who rest here.

May the lives they lived

Unfold further in spirit.

May all their past travails… 65 more words


Beauty does not linger

“Beauty does not linger, it only visits.  Yet beauty’s invitation affects us and invites us into its rhythm, it calls us to think, feel, and act beautifully in the world: to create and live a life that awakens the beautiful.” 348 more words