Emerging from the Celtic lands, the ancient Céile Dé tradition leads us through the gap between our highest aspiration and our everyday reality. Even as we seek that which lies Beyond, we remain grounded in reverence for the Earth that gives us life and ever-births the Incarnation in our surrendered hearts. Suspended between Heaven and Earth, we follow our deep desire to unite the two in Christ and experience the transformative power of Love.
Sue Mosher, an ordained Céile Dé teacher, will offer an experiential introduction to the tradition's
philosophy and time-tested practices for spiritual growth, including:
* Practicing rùn, the main Céile Dé contemplative method
* Using the ancient and powerful Gaelic sacred chants
* Observing the ancient holy days and seasons of the Gael
* Learning about a way of life that supports real transformation through meditation, devotion, inner witnessing, and development of the imaginal senses, the language of the Soul
Newcomers will have the opportunity to experience ongoing practice within a local group that offers a powerful container for those who seek a path of commitment and openness to real inner change.
The retreat will take place at the Immanuel Retreat Center, home to the Robert Schattner Mysticism Library. Both commuter and residential options are available.
To register for the retreat visit www.immanuelretreat.org.
To learn more about the Céile Dé tradition, visit www.ceilede.co.uk.
For more information about the workshop, contact Beau at firstname.lastname@example.org or (802) 376-5244.
Nature is the face of God.
Spirit is the Invisible God.
In us, they become One.