- ISBN-10: 0993051251
- ISBN-13: 978-0993051258
- Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 0.8 x 22.9 cm
Upgrading Ancient Knowledge
My latest book Reconnecting with Celtic Trees is not just another spiritual guide to Celtic Trees. By building on knowledge found in my earlier and indeed first ever book I have gone into greater detail on the subject. My first book in 1999 was a poetic synopsis of the Celtic Tree cycle based on ancient manuscripts. This book also offers unique current spiritual insights into the the cycle of Celtic Trees. They are also known as Ogham Trees, based on a lunar calendar. I have approached the topic from an energetic viewpoint. Through a year of regular meditating on each tree I created specific tree meditations. These guided meditations are filled with unique and refreshing insights into the spiritual energies of Celtic Ogham Trees.
In addition a respected and well established artist Nicola Moss has contributed much with her many paintings. Her beautiful artwork serves to deepen the impact of the tree meditations. Nicola’s work is borne of a deep vision-journeying.]
A new mix of spiritual insights and practical exercises
I accompany soulful explanations on the tree archetypes with many practical exercises. For instance, there are sections on how to personally reconnect with the Celtic trees. These include Gaia Touch, sound and dowsing techniques. There is also background information on the subject, sacred geometry and cultural links with the Celtic Ogham tree calendar. In this way your right and left brain is given information to digest.
Intention of book
The Celtic Trees seem to offer a collective window into our individual and synergic soul evolution. Therefore I wrote the book to help those who wish to understand how these special Ogham trees play a spiritual role in nature. Moreover it helps those who are exploring the inner meaning of Celtic wisdom from a new perspective for our times. This requires that we embody the ancient knowledge in new ways.
To summarise, it is a visionary attempt to upgrade commonly held knowledge about the Celtic Trees.