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Seek Teachings Everywhere

July 17th, 2019

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
Preliminary Perspectives
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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One Response to “Seek Teachings Everywhere”

  1. 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,

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