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Shaman Pathways - The Celtic Chakras Paperback – 25 Jan 2013
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A concise and elegant introduction to a Celtic way of understanding reality. Elen Sentier appreciates the depth of meaning present in the myths and riddles of the British Isles and makes an erudite and entertaining guide for the curious seeker.--Lyn Webster Wilde
About the Author
Elen Sentier is a spirit keeper and taleweaver from a long family lineage. Her mothers mother was a witch from the Isle of Man while her father was a cunning man whose family were very closely involved with Annie Besant and Rudolf Steiner. She was born on Dartmoor, grew up on the edge of Exmoor and now lives (with husband, cats and wildlife) in the back of beyond, by the river Wye in the Welsh Marches where she writes and teaches British native shamanism.
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Secondly on the content. The author uses repetition throughout the book, which I found very annoying (and a page filler?). Much of the information in the book is about Celtic history and used to state why the author thinks they used Chakras. However, I would have preferred if the author 'showed me' rather than 'told me', ie I've done loads of research etc and therefore it is. I would have liked - here's an example, it was found in this site on this object, and it looks as though it could be related to energy systems or chakras, and here's why. Sometimes the author seems to skip about with her information. She starts with a point in one chapter then she goes on to something else, only to come back to the original point in a later chapter.
I really would expect a book on Celtic Chakras to have given me more regarding evidence of the Celts using it, why they used it and how.
I would have liked it to be longer.
A superb book, I shall be dipping in to it on a regular basis so that I can experience those magical and fulfilling meditations over and over again.