In Amber Wolfe's Elemental Power you will do more than just read about ancient tradition. You will actually be able to feel the ancient songs of the Celts stirring in your blood!
Enter the realm of myth where the magickal and the terrestrial blend. Restore your connection to the re-emerging consciousness of the Celtic spirit. Elemental Power is your key to a greater understanding of the forces of Nature, not as an observer, but as a participant.
This book unites Celtic Druidry with transpersonal psychology. It links Celtic Faerie Craft with current understanding of shamanic techniques. And just as it blends the ancient and modern in your soul, it will also -- through the use of ritual, breathwork, shamanic techniques, visualization, guided imagery, and much more -- help you to unite the various parts of your mind, giving you the power to become a spiritual warrior of the Celtic Craft: a Dragon-Rider.
Elemental Power is packed with historical references, personal insights, and how-to material. It provides a progressive, non-hierarchical system for exploring and understanding the essential principles and practices of the Celtic Faerie Craft. And it truly is a springboard to self-empowerment, self-development, and self-awareness -- regardless of your faith -- simply by working with the forces of Nature.
Each of the elements -- Air, Earth, Water, Fire, and Spirit -- are discussed in detail. Powerful rituals and techniques are outlined. Soon their power will be yours to control.
Beginners and seasoned students of Celtic culture alike will find this book a catalyst for continued growth and spiritual development. Get your copy today.
|Publisher:||Llewellyn Worldwide, Ltd.|
|Series:||Celtic Wisdom Series|
|Edition description:||1 ED|
|Product dimensions:||6.06(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.75(d)|
About the Author
Amber Wolfe is a master-level educator and psychotherapist in private practice. She follows an American Shamanic path, using the wisdoms found in the Celtic forms of Craft, Church, and myth that are her heritage. She also honors the sacred teachings of Native American medicine elders who have shared their knowledge of the nature of this land.
Amber Wolfe calls herself a Ban Drui, a term that has several meanings. Among them are Wise Woman, Druidess, White Oak Woman, and (as described by William Butler Yeats) a "Faerie Doctor." These titles represent her style as a writer, teacher, and therapist, whose work emphasizes the magick qualities of self-transformation and personal evolution.