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I really enjoyed this book It was exactly what I needed a simple accessible introduction for how to get into the riddles of the Celtic stories.Having said that I also felt I wanted to know , much , so my appetite is well and truly whetted for a companion volume written for those who wish to delvedeeply.I was attracted to this book because I have studied the Eastern ways for many years, through Yoga and Ayurvedic philosophy, so I am familiar with the concept of the chakras, which I really enjoyed this book It was exactly what I needed a simple accessible introduction for how to get into the riddles of the Celtic stories.Having said that I also felt I wanted to know , much , so my appetite is well and truly whetted for a companion volume written for those who wish to delvedeeply.I was attracted to this book because I have studied the Eastern ways for many years, through Yoga and Ayurvedic philosophy, so I am familiar with the concept of the chakras, which was good because this book does assume some prior knowledge.If you want to understand what some of the Celtic myths are about, Elen explains how they are teaching tales, and unpicks a few with you leaving you wanting [[ Free E-pub ]] ☠ Shaman Pathways: The Celtic Chakras ☋ Tread the British native shaman s path, explore the goddess hidden in the ancient stories walk the Celtic chakra spiral labyrinth Paul Graham explore the goddess hidden in the ancient stories walk the Celtic chakra spiral labyrinth I ve always been fascinated with lore and myths knowing they hold a seed of truth but also knowing that the truth is very hard to find Shaman Pathways The Celtic Chakras opens up a doorway for us so that we can look further into the ancient stories and myths of Britain I found that it only took one thing to spark the creative part of my brain that lightbulb moment which then led me to follow my thoughts, weaving everything into a whole I also love to find out the roots of words which th I ve always been fascinated with lore and myths knowing they hold a seed of truth but also knowing that the truth is very hard to find Shaman Pathways The Celtic Chakras opens up a doorway for us so that we can look further into the ancient stories and myths of Britain I found that it only took one thing to spark the creative part of my brain that lightbulb moment which then led me to follow my thoughts, weaving everything into a whole I also love to find out the roots of words which this touches upon too.The reader is taken through the Celtic chakras and the spiral path is explained You will find diagrams and exercises as well as the myths explored I need to have an experiential component to anything spiritual I need concrete and real proof which is provided within these pages If you take time out and complete the journeys and meditations, you will experience things for yourself The most beautiful for me has been the Northern Lights journey I loved the explanation of the Rainbow Warriors and will be meditating on this.The hardest thing for me is re thinking the healing use of Reiki chakras from base to crown The spiral makes complete sense and this is something I will be experimenting with during self healing I m not sure how I m going to feel about my guided chakra meditation on CD A deeper look at the myths is fascinating in itself but if your focus is purely the chakras, you do need to have some knowledge of them and their purpose before reading this book.This is a book I will be reading again and it has been useful for me in giving me pointers to researching for myself.I would like to thank the publishers for providing an e copy in exchange for an honest review This is a fascinating look Celtic mythology through the eyes of someone who has spend considerable time seeking signs and evidence of the chakras within them The symbolism of the stories and myths is teased as we are taken on a journey ourselves from The Abred or three realms, though Elen of the Ways, Arianrhod, Ceridwen and the Cauldrons of Poesy, Preidue Annwfn Arthur s Raid on the Underworld until we finally rest with Brighid On the way we are constantly reminded of the spiral path of the C This is a fascinating look Celtic mythology through the eyes of someone who has spend considerable time seeking signs and evidence of the chakras within them The symbolism of the stories and myths is teased as we are taken on a journey ourselves from The Abred or three realms, though Elen of the Ways, Arianrhod, Ceridwen and the Cauldrons of Poesy, Preidue Annwfn Arthur s Raid on the Underworld until we finally rest with Brighid On the way we are constantly reminded of the spiral path of the Celtic shaman, the one that takes us though the chakras in pairs which will resonate with anyone who balances chakras in this way and understands the connections between the pairs We are given exercises to help us to change our consciousness, meet the three cauldrons, move the position of our chakras and sit within the rainbow dance.As the author herself says in her final paragraph The Celtic chakra tradition shows us this dance through the story, riddle song, dance we learn the dances and draw them all together to the centre point, the still point within each of uswhere the dance is I can t fully remember what I originally thought this book might be about, but the title captured my interest I was curious how the concept of chakras could be related to the Celtic tradition The author has donethan her homework this is the life she has lived She is deeply immersed in her familial traditions culture of the Celts and gives the reader information like I ve not personally experienced The connections flow far beyond the esoteric I previously understoodfrom the Ea I can t fully remember what I originally thought this book might be about, but the title captured my interest I was curious how the concept of chakras could be related to the Celtic tradition The author has donethan her homework this is the life she has lived She is deeply immersed in her familial traditions culture of the Celts and gives the reader information like I ve not personally experienced The connections flow far beyond the esoteric I previously understoodfrom the Eastern beliefs surrounding chakras to many Native American ways of life The reader will gain a much better understanding on how we re all connected while deepening their historical understanding of British Celts Cultural appropriation and a great deal of assumptions by the author based on very few to any historical sources The Celts did NOT have chakras as part of their beliefs nor were they shamans. Another I ll keep referring back to Elen is one Wise Woman Esoteric and challenging I really wouldn t recommend this to the reader who doesn t have some familiarity with Welsh myth and legend, andbroadly Celtic myth and legend I found this absolutely fascinating and already know it will requirethan one read to process I m not sure how applicable I ll find it to my own practice, but it s very intriguing. I m not sure what I thought about this book, which is why it took me so long to read.Let me start out by saying that I am not well versed in the Celtic pantheon or its myths and lore I picked up this book because it looked interesting, and I ve always enjoyed Moon Book s Pathways series I also very much enjoy reading books based on personal gnosis or modern interpretations of ancient myths.That said, there were a lot of connections made between cauldrons, chakras or energy points, Celtic godde I m not sure what I thought about this book, which is why it took me so long to read.Let me start out by saying that I am not well versed in the Celtic pantheon or its myths and lore I picked up this book because it looked interesting, and I ve always enjoyed Moon Book s Pathways series I also very much enjoy reading books based on personal gnosis or modern interpretations of ancient myths.That said, there were a lot of connections made between cauldrons, chakras or energy points, Celtic goddesses, Arthurian myths, and the correspondences between these, that I didn t really get I couldn t figure out if they were based on interpretation historical sources, myth, personal gnosis, or a mix of this To be honest, half of it sounded a bit far fetched.However, there were some really good meditations in there especially the first one, as someone else mentions and I do find the concept of energy centres, in a different format from chakras, very fascinating I don t regret reading it, at least I gained a few concepts which will be interesting to study further But there was also not much in here which I will be incorporating into my own practices Though I enjoyed this book, and the information is definitely such that I will take with me and use to supplement my chakra work, I did not feel that this book was particularly well written It was very simple, almost too simple, and could have been explored muchdeeply Given that this is a concept that is not as well known as the Eastern philosophy of chakra power centers, I feel the author could have done a great service to the reader by beingthorough.