I've always been interested in Celtic beliefs and ways. This book certainly opened my eyes to even more interesting ways of the Celts. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. This book has been very helpful to my Celtic studies and understanding of my ancestry. I highly recommend it along with all of Frank MacEowen's books.
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Feb 02, Bridgett rated it really liked it Shelves: Fits in well with Carl Jung's ideas and really emphasizes balance and the "proper order of things. Would have been good if the Irish spirit wheel was filled out with Irish sources, which are plentiful and ripe for the picking. Instead there is a mish mash of Jungianisms with everything from native american source s to Rumi. Hardcore cultural appropriation of the worst kind while ignoring Irish sources and contexts for a so called Irish Spirit wheel.
Piss poor and lazy Apr 15, Tami rated it it was amazing. Looking at the Celtic Spirit Wheel, we see a Mandela that defines our life. In the north is the battle: In the South is music.
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Music is the soul, the art, and the passions of our lives. To the west is knowledge, not just academic knowledge but also intuition, spiritual knowledge, and the sight. To the east is prosperity, prosperity in financial ways but more importantly in the ability to give to others and live a fulf Looking at the Celtic Spirit Wheel, we see a Mandela that defines our life.
To the east is prosperity, prosperity in financial ways but more importantly in the ability to give to others and live a fulfilled live. In the center is sovereignty. Sovereignty encompasses destiny, peace, and contentment. The Celtic Way of Seeing examines each of these Mandela directions and explains how they can be used to reflect one's life and how they can be used to work through particular issues. The key is balance and harmony, being pulled in one particular direction usually creates imbalance in the other aspects. By reflecting on these notions, the real heart of issues becomes very apparent.
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I really enjoyed reading The Celtic Way of Seeing. The Celtic spirit wheel is quite easy to use and brought me a different perspective. Aug 28, Julia rated it it was amazing. This book came along at a critical time for me. I planned a trip to Ireland, my paternal roots as part of my 40th birthday gift to myself, in search of learning more about half of my genetic make-up, and Irish culture from the source. Though I had done some initial ancestry research, it was not enough to go and dig up more info in Ireland, nor did I really want to in my first trip.
It was more about "feeling my way" through her.
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I'm glad I did. This book allowed me to use my heart as a compass. Frank MacEowen provided me with an appreciation and understanding of the archetypal and Celtic spirituality via each of the five sacred directions; the Center our center, where we find balance , East prosperity , South inspiration , West knowledge and North battle. It has permanently altered both how I see the world around me and how I view myself, with and without an Irish filter. It has opened my mind to the simultaneous multiplicity and unity of all things. Aug 19, Alison rated it liked it. I was hoping for more depth and width in Mr.
MacEowen's book, though I was fond of what I did read. This book is friendly to the layperson and individual completely new to Celtic spirituality, as well as informative for those of us with some familiarity in the tradition. I appreciated the study and symbolism of the four directions that was articulated.
Some of the exercises seemed a bit remedial to me but would be useful and interesting for someone new to this tradition. I recommend this short r I was hoping for more depth and width in Mr.