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Initial post: 12 Mar 2010 14:17:26 GMT
I feel very strongly an affinity to the Shamen, and they are a link to the past of the religious golden thread which links them to the priests of today. If we are true to our vocation we too are healers, teachers, and spiritual leaders and gudes.

Our christian faith is deeply rooted in nature, through the daily recitation of the psalms.

Our Celtic brothers are part of this tradition, and we need to reclaim that link in todays secular, materialitic society.

Robert Macfarlane in his book The Wild Places again leads us to our roots in the natural world. God's creation and world.
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