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The Celtic Way of Seeing: Meditations on the Irish Spirit Wheel

by Frank MacEowen

Other authors: Tom Cowan (Foreword)

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An altogether excellent book. The Celtic Way of Seeing is a guide to the traditional directional spirituality of the ancient Irish celts. I've read about it in other Celtic Reconstructionist texts, but with this book I finally UNDERSTAND it, and can relate it into my life and incorporate it into my spiritual practice. I enjoy Frank MacEowen's style from other books, and found this one as well to be very readable. ( )
  ladyblacksun | Aug 22, 2008 |
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The Celtic Way of Seeing posits a direct link between the eye and the heart, a link that connects seekers to forces, energies, and knowledge that exist beyond the corporeal world. This book explores this concept through retelling the traditional story "The Settling of the Manor of Tara," which describes the spiritual divisions of Ireland and the four directions - north, south, east, and west. The orientations to the four directions and the center become the focal point of a series of simple meditations that guide readers to "see" the directions, making the Irish Spirit Wheel come alive in their daily lives.… (more)

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