Seek Teachings Everywhere
Do you stick to just one spiritual path or do you find yourself drawing inspiration from wherever you find it? Is it ok to do a little bit of this, some of that, and some more of something else? This book delves into how combining inspiration from different spiritual teachings can enrich our souls. Here’s a glimpse of the Contents Page:
Foreword by Peter Owen Jones
Sex on the Beach or Death in the Afternoon? Mixology for the Spiritual Seeker
Should You Follow Just One Spiritual Path?
Druidry as a Meta-Path
Druidry & Other Ways
PART I: One Tree: The Druid & Dharmic Traditions
The Idea of a Common Origin
The World-Wide Wisdom Tradition
Yoga Nidra & Druid Nidra – The Sleep of the Forest Sage
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Thank you so much for your inspirations, Philip. I love watching Tea With a Druid, and feel every word of yours seems to crystallise something that I carried around with me in a rather foggy way, much like an idea you have in the interval between sleep and waking up – and there you are, in waking up, I can hear you saying it loud and clear.
After Tea with a Druid 85 I immediately tried to find this, your latest book, because it so much rings a bell. Born a Catholic, for the past 40 Years (I am 56), I have been following a Zen path, and had the most amazing experiences of unity, especially with Koan studies. Especially working with “Mu” has been a life changing experience. In the past few years, though, I increasingly felt a longing for a path closer to my home and origins. I grew up in a small town called Kelheim im Bavaria, which translates to Home of the Celts, one of the largest Celtic oppida in Germany. Bingo, I thought, finding Druidry – and had to learn via Hutton, that the beliefs and practises of the Celts have been lost in time. Shit happens. But what I am really fascinated with is the Philosophia Perennis. And here we are – I just ordered your book and look forward to an author signed edition! And I still contemplate joining your order come Samhain, while continuing Koan studies with my current teacher who describes himself as a Jesuit Monk and a Buddhist at the same time.
May you live to a healthy old age and continue thinking, writing and teaching us all,
All the best from Bavaria,