The Mysteries of Druidry: Celtic Mysticism, Theory,

The Mysteries of Druidry: Celtic Mysticism, Theory, Practice ➜ [KINDLE] ❆ The Mysteries of Druidry: Celtic Mysticism, Theory, Practice By Brendan Cathbad Myers ➦ – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk The Druids were the mystics philosophers and magicians of the ancient Celtic world Their spirituality was borne from their near worship of poetry and music thier warrior prowess and the world of natur The Druids were the mystics philosophers and of Druidry: ePUB ☆ magicians of the ancient Celtic world Their spirituality was borne from their near worship of poetry and music thier warrior prowess and the world of nature The Mysteries of Druidry reveals this mystical romanticism as it was in ancient times and shows various ways to bring it to life today in both private and social realms Thoroughly researched provocative and informative the book The Mysteries ePUB í carries the reader back to the world of the Druids not just through Celtic mythology and traditional storytelling but through the author's own experience of living and traveling in Ireland and visiting its sacred sites The Mysteries of Druidry combines a high uality training manual for modern spiritual Celts and Druids with an original and thought provoking philosophical account of the spiritual meaning of Druidry.


8 thoughts on “The Mysteries of Druidry: Celtic Mysticism, Theory, Practice

  1. Mariah Mariah says:

    Brendan Myers has an original and insightful take on DruidryI've read a lot on Celtic religion both ancient and modern and gotten rather jaded it gets to be a lot of the same stuff He does have a early chapter with introductory information which makes it fairly beginner friendly His strength is the instructions for contemplative spiritual practices such as peaceful abidingOverall the scholarship was uite good and he included footnotes though there were a few Victorian ideas like Lugh being a sun god and personal interpretations asserted as fact like Maeve of Connacht being the same being as the Morrigan I also disagreed with his opinion that one must have a college education to be a Druid it's rather elitist and it is only one way to be educated This is a great resource for both beginners and advanced practitioners and friendly to different traditions of Druidry


  2. Matt Matt says:

    A pretty good book about neo druidry The author seems to know his history which is something that can be a problem with any book about modern 'druid' practice and he has good sense about his beliefs I'd recommend it to anyone whose interested in neo druidry but by no means should it be the last book you read on the subject


  3. Makaia Makaia says:

    This book was in my college's library I enjoyed it so much I found it on and bought it It is what it claims written by Druids for Druids An excellent reference if you are studying the topic


  4. Mary-Jean Harris Mary-Jean Harris says:

    This was a really fun and fascinating read Druidry in both ancient and modern times is addressed with lots of references to Celtic mythology but not in a boring way At the beginning of the book the author says This book should be read by candlelight which is very true because it has that nice feel to it I didn't read it by candlelight but I imagined I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who wants to learn about Druids or Celtic religion There are also some exercises to practice such as with meditations and information for people in Druid groups with examples of ceremonies that can be performed It's not just an information book though since the author gives a lot of his own insights which make it a very interesting read The pictures throughout the book and at the beginning of the chapters were also great This book really captures the spirit of Celtic Druidry and how we can bring it into our own lives I also liked the ideas about spiritual journeys and was amazed to see how much The Lord of the Rings relates to Celtic mythology


  5. Bryn Bryn says:

    Druid and philosopher Brendan Myers writes on the subject of Irish Druidry His book explores history myth philosophy contemporary practise and personal insight managing to keep it clear as to which is which along the way A fascinating read beautifully expressed and laden with good ideas It's a book highly suitable for those new to Druidry which still manages to offer a great deal to those further along their path and looking to widen their knowledge Not being an expert on things irish I can't really comment on how it might read for someone steeped in that tradition


  6. Tod Jones Tod Jones says:

    Meh


  7. Kerr Cuhulain Kerr Cuhulain says:

    Excellent book on Druidism and Celtic Spirituality


  8. Charles Charles says:

    A book on the modern practice of druidry from the IrishCanadian vantage


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