Posts Tagged ‘Celtic’
As a third generation clairvoyant of Celtic descent, I realized early in my life that it is my calling to reach, help, teach, and guide a diverse array of precious souls. I hope to continue to expand in my understanding of this calling, and that I can be a light and a help to many pilgrims on their own path to their destiny.
Experience has taught me that most people are seeking reassurance and hope about concerns in at least one major area of their life, on which they have become acutely focused. Like a fog which descends without warning, minimizing a broader visibility, and distorting the greater vision, these concerns can mutate quickly into fears and obsessions. This in turn can result in a real loss of perspective, and an inability to recognize the prevalence and magnitude of the sea of blessings in which we swim daily. Read the rest of this entry »
I believe cats, like many animals, have special gifts. They are mystical creatures that share a special world. Unlike other animals, I think somehow they are aware they have these gifts and share special secrets with each other, within a mystical and magical life.
Animals send us messages of healing and caring if we are intuitive and open to receiving them. Cats can be instrumental in helping us find peace when we are troubled or upset.
When I am doing a psychic reading, one of my cats, Paddy, always insists on being near me. On calls, when the caller is particularly troubled, Paddy begins to meow and almost takes over the reading. On one occasion I had to gently guide him out of the room. It is almost like he is trying to use his psychic and intuitive abilities, and I am merely his channel. I feel grounded when he is around me; it is like he knows the person calling needs guidance and support. Read the rest of this entry »
This year’s final Full Moon is today, on Christmas Day, December 25th, 2015. The Native Americans and the Celts traditionally refer to today’s Full Moon as the “Full Cold Moon” or the “Long Night’s Moon.” Neo-pagans also know it as the “Moon before Yule.”
This year the Winter Solstice took place on December 21st, 2015 – the date on which the day in the Northern Hemisphere is the shortest and the night is longest. Due to the long, dark nights at this time of year, and the fact that the Moon’s orbit travels a high path across the sky, the Full Moon stays in the sky a long time. It is worthwhile to look out for. This is the time of the year when the Northern Hemisphere is held in the icy grip of winter. Traditionally, most of the time around this period was spent in leisure pursuits: teaching traditions to the youngsters, and re-telling the stories of the ancestors. The Celts traditionally have a ceremony welcoming the return of the Long Days. Read the rest of this entry »
Animals send us messages of wisdom and healing if we are intuitive and open to receiving them. Entrenched in both the Celtic and Aboriginal spiritual traditions is the belief that animals have been gifted with lessons to pass on to mankind when needed.
Native American peoples refer to it as animal medicine. The term “medicine” does not suggest modern medical science or drug treatment, but instead refers to achieving balance and harmony within ourselves and with nature. Mother nature is a powerful ally and teacher. There are several ways to discover your animal guides. One way is to have an animal card reading, which is similar to a Tarot reading. Through this process you will discover that we each have nine animals that walk with us in our lifetime. Seven of them stay with us forever and walk by our side, while two may change as our life journey progresses. Animal medicine readings can take you on a deep and enlightening spiritual journey. Animal medicine is powerful. Read the rest of this entry »
Celtic spiritual tradition teaches that the soul shines all around the body, giving you a luminous glow. When you are open and make a connection with another person it is said that the “two souls flow together.” This deep connection with another spiritual being is called the anam cara. It means you have connected with your soul friend.
Your soul friend is a special person who brings light into your life and shows you total acceptance and friendship. In Celtic spirituality, when you discover your anam cara, this special friendship awakens your soul. Somehow you are now connected in a very old and ethereal union that knows no boundaries. Love flows and you awaken spiritually and emotionally. Read the rest of this entry »
The miracles of the recent holiday season will hopefully keep our hearts alive with hope, faith and gratitude throughout the New Year.
Let our souls continue to rejoice with the miracles of joy, hope, faith and love of this most recent Christmas of the Christians; Yule of the Pagans; Candle-mas of the Celts; Hanukkah of the Hebrews; Eid ul-Fitr of Islam; Pan-African festival of Kwanzaa; and Hindu celebration of Diwali.
In the old days, before the reformers came, the Old Oak King conquered the Holly King every year around this time. Mother Earth would then sleep under a white blanket of snow, the quiet ice of still waters, everything waiting for the Summer Solstice, when the Holly King would win the battle in turn. Read the rest of this entry »
This year we were up on four occasions, watching as the Sun, and the Moon, Lady Moon, were in the sky at the same time. The sun passed over the Moon, turning the Moon and sky blood red… four times in a row. The whole of the purple, darkened sky lighted up as if thousands of fireworks had burst into colors raining down on our spirits with beauty.
The first Blood Moon eclipse in this total series of four happened on April 15, 2014 and the last one happened on October 8, 2014. This special occurrence is known as a lunar tetrad. The next total eclipse will take place on April 4, 2015.
The majesty and wonder of the Hunter’s Moon, the Blood Moon, reminds us of the glories of the universe. With this we see the doors to Other Worlds, the Other Side opening up, allowing the lights to come back in. With this, we can expect great events, wondrous omens of changes to come. Read the rest of this entry »
The Celtic druids observed nature in all its glory and individual properties. They were known in the ancient world as “tree worshippers,” but it was not just the trees that they observed. They were focused on life itself through studying the energy of all living things.
All nature was an oracle to the druids and many of their sacred rites revolved around delving into the spirit world, green healing and divination. Through their observations they were able to pair the personality traits and associations of persons born in a specific month to a sacred tree.
In Celtic Tree Astrology there are thirteen lunar months, as opposed to the twelve zodiac signs in conventional astrology. These thirteen months combine associations with the Solar and Lunar cycles, so that each month and astrological sign is associated with a sacred tree, and each tree has its own personality traits and magical attributes.