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Celtic Pilgrimage Unlock an Ancient Spiritual Awakening

This looks to have turned out well, resonating with me so much, putting visually, and with a spoken narrative what I would like to have said myself. I hope this will unlock a new awareness for people about Celtic Christian Spirituality.

CELTIC PILGRIMAGE does what I want to articulate, communicating what I want to express in a wonderful way, with quality, and in a powerful way. It is what I wanted to say, and couldn’t put words too. A demonstration of a rich heritage we do not want to lose, this is going to be a tool to aid this from not happening.

Going by the preview that we have been able to see. I’m Looking forward to the seeing the whole thing when it comes out.

Thanks to all the contributors that have put so much time into this gem of a work. To help keep these women and men of God always before us, to inspire a deeper walk as they had, making people aware of these men and women of faith.

I hope there are more in the works to cover some of the other Celtic nations and saint, like from Wales, Cornwall, and others that are not coming to mind right now. Plus more of the Women who contributed in a rich way to this stream of faith, that became a raging river. However, I’m extremely happy and look forward to having this in my DVD Library, when it comes available.

Revival exploded during the Dark Ages across Ireland, Scotland, and England, led by Apostles and Prophets who raised the dead, encountered angels, and took entire nations for Christ. Follow the steps of these leaders and discover powerful lessons for the church today in the film, “Celtic Pilgrimage,” available on DVD on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17th, 2018. ~ CELTIC PILGRIMAGE

Celtic Pilgrimage man walking

Spiritual Awakening in the Dark Ages! Follow in the steps of Celtic saints as a fresh wave of the Gospel sweeps Ireland, Scotland, and England in 400-665 AD. ~ Seed TV

 

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A Celtic Pilgrimage to Lindisfarne and beyond.

 

God's Path

Steppingstones on the Celtic Way Mark Condy’s Thoughts for further insight for those who are interested.

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https://markscelticchristianspirituality.com/retreat-signature-focus/

  • Passport has it been acquired?
  • Cell Phone, talk to your phone provider what options there are for travel abroad.
  • Money: Pre-paid debit card or order travelers check or currency.
  • VISA/Mastercard AAA has a card with no charges for exchange rate conversion.
  • Medical Insurance. (Contact your present provider and learn foreign coverage)
  • Travel Insurance.
  • Car Rental options.
  • Gas for vehicle: remember this cost.
  • Ground travel: Train, Bus, Taxi (Look at Public transport options).
  • Packing lightly.

PDF: Book Recommendation

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*The Condy Family stay to visit family and possibly go to Cliff College or Portugal if Darren his brother has moved there.

https://www.booking.com


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The Agenda is all subject to change dependent on the needs of the group and to consider the pace that we need to take.

“For a successful pilgrimage experience, the outer journey must never be so filled with activity that the inner journey is crowded out.” pg 6 Soulfaring.

“Thus the focus of a pilgrimage is the interior growth resulting from an exterior journey.” pg 9 Soulfaring.

“So it is a search for self and a search for God or the divine. A generous time needs to be allowed at each holy place, this may mean that the pilgrimage visits fewer holy sites, it also means pilgrims will be able to savor the particular spiritual qualities or numen of each place. Such use of time will greatly enhance the overall pilgrimage.”  Pg 6 Soulfaring Celtic Pilgrimage Then and Now, by Cintra Pemberton, O.S.H.

This was my original intent and discovered this would be too much to do, too much activity.

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https://www.flighthub.com/


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https://www.cheapflights.co.uk

Kayak

Kayak 2

https://www.kayak.com/


Tourist Information

http://www.tourist-information-uk.com/



https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/8533040?location=The%20Royal%20Mile%2C%20Edinburgh%2C%20UK&checkin=&checkout=&adults=10&s=Rlwup3Ow

Arive in Edinburgh

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Scotland MapQuest

A suggestion was given of a Taxi service, this may be a cheaper option for our transportation needs when we are visiting.

Take train to Waverly Station, bus,  or taxi from the airport.

Train

https://www.edinburghairport.com/transport-links/travel-into-edinburgh

https://www.lothianbuses.com/our-services/airport-buses/

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https://www.travelinescotland.com/


The itinerary is firmed up to include:

Royal Mile

Edinburgh Accommodation

Royal Mile Accomadation

  • 3 nights in Edinburgh on the Royal Mile to experience its surrounds and be immersed in the culture and get over jet lag

The accommodation has been booked at Edinburgh Castle Hideaway, Lawnmarket, Royal Mile has been booked for the nights of June 26, 27, and 28 2019. It is wonderfully located has 5 bedrooms and 2 baths.

https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/8533040?location=Edinburgh%20Castle%20Hideaway%2C%20Lawnmarket%2C%20Royal%20Mile&adults=10&children=0&infants=0&s=WzwIQEJW

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*The Condy Family stay to visit family and possibly go to Cliff College or Portugal if Darren his brother has moved there.

Begin a jornal

Possibly use my book as a spiritual reflection tool

Journey of coloring

http://www.lulu.com/shop/mark-condy/a-journey-with-the-celtic-cross/paperback/product-22947957.html

or the book I’m presently writing.

Journey Cover for book


The following are some of the possibilities for the group to decide upon seeing when we are in Edinburgh

 

Things to do in Edinburgh

Do we want it structured?

Having an itinerary?

Free to explore as the individual or as the group feels led and desire?

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http://www.st-cuthberts.net/celhist.php

http://www.st-cuthberts.net/celhist.phphttps://www.visitscotland.com/info/see-do/st-cuthberts-church-p245131


An App that looks interesting to possibly use

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Description of App

The city center of Edinburgh, Scotland is a bustling place, bursting with energy and activity. It is good to be able to join in, but the walk set out in this App offers an opportunity to explore the heart of Scotland’s capital in a more contemplative manner. It gives you the chance to reflect on the people and places which have helped shape the life of this great city.
The walk contains 15 points of interest and the App offers thoughtful reflections at each stage along with a progress indicator.
The Tour is available in English and Scottish Gaelic.


St Giles

Scottish cathedralshttp://www.stgilescathedral.org.uk/visit/learn-gaelic/

http://www.cathedral.net/about/a-tour-of-the-cathedral/inside-the-cathedral/

St Marys Cath the presence

St Mary Cath the presence explenation

Edinburgh castlehttps://www.edinburghcastle.gov.uk/visit

St Margarets Chapel

 

Rosslyn Chapel

scotland alba

https://www.visitscotland.com/info/see-do/rosslyn-chapel-p564661


Leaving the Edinburgh area and entering into the Borders.

scottish borders

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Ruberslaw 2

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Map Edi to Jed

  • 2 days in the Borders area in southeast Scotland which includes several interesting site in preparation for the retreat on Holy Island

Jedburgh accommodation

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Allerton House in Jedburgh for the nights of June 29 and June 30 2019. It was through booking.com

You can view it at this link: https://nam04.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.booking.com%2FShare-vIQ9kR&data=02%7C01%7C%7Cb393ef2cebbc457e350808d5cbe66f5b%7C84df9e7fe9f640afb435aaaaaaaaaaaa%7C1%7C0%7C636639112922141765&sdata=Uu3Ae%2B1uhOw8vgPClwRd2ZS2S%2FJ3VoRmlnZD9dZKiW4%3D&reserved=0.

Here is their website: https://allertonhouse.co.uk/

Jedburgh

Jedburgh

Things to do in Jedburgh and beyond:

  • Go to Tourist Information
  • Jedburgh Abbey
  • Old Tree The Capon Tree According to the sign: The Capon Oak Tree is one of the last surviving trees of the ancient Jedforest, close to Jedwater.
  • Jedburgh Castle Jail
  • Mary Queen of Scots House
  • Carter Bar: The Border Stone see view and take picture of group and view
  • Max Nowell Sculpture
  • Melrose
  • Old Melrose and Tea Room
  • Scott’s View
  • Dryburgh Abby

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Visit Scott’s View and Wallace Monument

http://www.sacred-destinations.com/scotland/melrose-abbey

Scott’s View


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http://www.stcuthbertsonline.com/history.htm

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Old Melrose St. Cuthbert Chapel “The place where St Cuthbert started as a monk around 630AD.”

Old Melrose Interpretation Center: http://www.saintsandstones.net/saints-oldmelrose-2013b.htm

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http://bikelove-scotland.blogspot.com/2012/07/dryburgh-abbey.html

Pilgrims Way

If you want to achieve something that is on many people’s bucket list, and follow in the footsteps of people who have taken this route for centuries, you will not be disappointed. A couple of key points though…follow the route marked by poles from the first lay bye on the causeway from the mainland side. Allow at least 70 to 90 mins unless you are an experienced walker. Also best to walk in bare feet across the sands. It can be slippy in places so walking sticks would help (but we managed without, although only just avoiding a couple of falls!). Always be aware of the safe tide crossing (the tidal times can vary, and refer to the causeway, not the pilgrims way, which can be 45 mins less than the causeway times). However, using common sense you can cross safely and enjoy the experience. We walked back on the road to make it a little easier and quicker, and allowing for more time using the causeway. Enjoy!

http://www.stcuthbertsway.info/

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The thought presently is to walk a small section of the St. Cuthbert Way to allow us to have experienced the route Cuthbert could have possibly taken.   http://www.stcuthbertsway.info/?product=scw-short-walks

Holy Island tide table

https://www.northumberland.gov.uk/Highways/Public-transport/Crossing.aspx

 

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http://www.northerncross.co.uk/nx-faqs08.htm

http://www.stcuthbertsway.info/#77-slide-5

St Cuthbert way short walks

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Macs adventures

Macs adventures

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http://www.visitnorthumberland.com/itineraries/st-cuthbert-s-cave


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http://icons.mullmonastery.com/st-cuthbert-full-size

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http://www.stpaulschurchjarrow.com/norman-tower/northern-saints/


Jedburgh to Holy Island

Map Jd to Holy Island

Lindisfarne Pic

Northumberland maphttp://www.walking-books.com/Photographer-sGuide-to-Northumberland.html

Things to see and do on Lindisfarne (Holy Island):

 

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Other Location:

  • Bamburgh up the road from Holy Island
  • Bamburgh Castle

Open Gate on Holy Island for 2 nights, July 1 and 2. This has been booked:

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https://www.aidanandhilda.org.uk/open-gate.php

Tjitske Bongers kindly gave me permission to use the above photographs that she took and some PDF’s

Holy Island Map Large

Holy Isalnd Map Information

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http://marygatehouse.org.uk/group-retreats-at-marygate-house.html

http://marygatehouse.org.uk/home.html


Community Aidan and Hilda pichttps://www.aidanandhilda.org.uk/retreats-menu.phphttps://www.aidanandhilda.org.uk/open-gate.phphttps://www.lindisfarne.org.uk/

Map Holy Island

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lindisfarne

Info on Holy Island i

Info Holt Island ii

Information about Holy Island iiihttp://blog.thewellatwillen.org.uk/2014/04

Map Holy Island to St Andrew's

After our time on Holy Island onto St. Andrew’s

Albany Hotel

Albany Townhouse Hotel https://www.albanyhotelstandrews.co.uk/

https://www.visitscotland.com/destinations-maps/st-andrews/

Visit St Andrews Things to do

https://www.toppingbooks.co.uk/events/st-andrews/ian-bradley-with-the-fife-pilgrim-way/

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Hotel at the Airport befor departing to return to the United States


Additional Information for future Pilgrimages

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http://www.diwilliams.com/Resources.html

At beginning walk and before departing to return to the US, we walk the Labyrinth, this would bookend the journey with the conclusion of walking the Labyrinth. To compare our heart after the experience of the Pilgrimage.

Morning session Labyrinth

The first morning for our spiritual activity will be to go walk a Labyrinth. Each other morning session will be a reflective exercise or artistic activity. Each person on the group is asked to participate by contributing by leading a session for the group. They may abstain from doing so, it is a challenge by choice. The participation would, however, give to the whole from the varying backgrounds and perspective of the group. We would bookend the Pilgrimage, and conclude our time together with a Labyrinth if time permits, and if I can locate a different location Labyrinth. Labyrinth Meditation

vol1-3 Peregrinations a PDF – THE LABYRINTHINE PATH OF PILGRIMAGE

By Tessa Morrison


Car Rental

Hertz

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Mini coach

If the Pilgrimage was in August the Tattoo could be an option

Royal Military tatoohttps://www.edintattoo.co.uk/ 

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Military tatoo pic

Accommodation options in the Hawick

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Hawick

https://www.visitscotland.com/info/towns-villages/hawick-p242331


As a Pilgrimage group, we have chosen to stay in Jedburgh and not Hawick.


David Colehttp://www.waymarkministries.com/bookings.html Cost outlined by David Cole

http://encounteringsilence.com/david-cole-celtic-mysticism-and-silence-episode-41/

https://motivationandinspirationweb.wordpress.com/2017/03/16/david-cole/

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Durham map

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Wanderlust

https://www.asacredjourney.net/creative-ways-fund-pilgrimage/#more-10013


 

Adrift for God

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Adrift for God or drifting away from God. Drifting toward love or away from love. It is like in a coracle at the mercy of the water, and the leading of the Holy Spirit.

But it is the heart condition that leads our choices also. The cry of the heart, crying out here I am, send me, or a heart that is willing, open to having a desire to listen as we are quiet, making ourselves ready for obedience, like the boy Samuel after being still waiting with instruction to say. Speak Lord for your servant is listening. 1 Samuel 3:10.

The instruction for the open-heart condition, heart motivation, the heart is a symbol of love, the condition of the heart either result in a drifting toward or a drifting away from the Lord.

Are we trying to model our lives on the treasured instructions of Jesus, and the Saints of old, like St Brendan, and his companions who went on an adventure, not knowing where they were going, set out to sea, having no location in mind, many a time no land seen to give them hope of nearing a destination, they had to trust the Lord in their journey? The feast day to remember Brendan is May 16,

Jesus, what did the Celts think of Jesus? Jesus’ heart instruction was “if you love me, keep my commandments” A new commandment I give, is that you love one another as I have loved you. The root is love, out of love the obedience flows, no love, the heart drifts away from God who is love, and is Love, as God is Love.

Do we have difficulty obeying, drifting away, is it because our heart actions don’t stem from the motive of being done out of love?

Why did the Celtic Saints go? Sent by their bishop to evangelize, or share the message of the one who they love?

“Do you love one another as Christ loved you?
Do you forgive others so that you may be forgiven?
Do you tithe [give] and practice justice, mercy, and faith?
Are you known as a person of prayer?
Are you witnessing about Christ to the world in the power of His Spirit?
Are you displaying unity with other believers in your church, with other churches, and with Christians in other denominations?” pg 78 – 79. Fresh Encounters by Henry T. Blackaby.

These are questions we drift into or away from in our daily lives. It is a choice to listen and be willing to be available, to act or be passive. We can be inactive and go along with the crowd, or inactive, but in the flow of God’s love, trusting that God knows the way for us, and that is enough.

Are we adrift for God?

It is listening to and being aware of the movement of God, and also being aware that the pilgrimage is to Jesus, and is for Jesus.

The nudge or the stirring of the heart by the Holy Spirit is to evaluate if we are heading in the right direction, a constant realigning, with a yielding to God again, and again, seeking the next step to take on this journey called life.

Holy Spirit guide me back to an intimacy and excitement about the journey, the pilgrimage is toward Jesus and the heart of the Father.

Help me not go astray and be left to my own devices, as I will become miserable because of wrong choices, and begin to drift away rather than toward you.

This is a daily choice of connection and relationship, not legalism but love, as rules without relationship leads to rebellion.

Hear my prayer, let it be.


Here is St. Brendan’s Prayer; he ascends the mountain and discerns in his heart before the Lord, the choice he is deciding to take, to leave behind the familiar. Testing what he is feeling, is this the leading of the Lord. He is questioning, pondering, testing, is what he is thinking, and what he feels, is it the leading and stirrings of the Holy Spirit.

 

St Brendan's Prayer


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http://arkmusic.com/album/prayers-of-st-brendan-the-journey-home

Caim Prayer

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I stumbled across the Caim prayer a few weeks ago and had not heard about this protective prayer and practice. I loved the thought of evoking the blessing of the Trinity over my circle of friends and family, and have started praying protection around my family and friends. The following devotion by Ray Simpson talked about circling and loved it and this is what he had to say.

Circling 

God divided light from darkness by a circle.

Job 25: 10


Flocks with shepherds huts burgeoned around Ninian’s community at Whithorn, for the brothers, pilgrims and poor people all needed to be fed. Ninian wanted to bless these as well as the monastery, so when the flocks were gathered in at night he would walk right round them, marking a circle on the earth with his staff. Then he would raise his hand and ask God’s protection on everything within the circle.

On Michaelmas Day at Iona all the humans and even the animals walked sunwise around the Angels Hill to seek God’s blessing on the island for the coming year. We know that abbots of Iona such as Columba and Adamnan practised the circling prayer. Adamnan tells us that when Columba sailed from Loch Foyle he blessed a stone by the water’s edge and made a circuit round it sunwise. It was from that stone that he went into the boat. Columba taught that anybody going on a journey who did the circling prayer round the stone would most likely arrive in safety.

In Wales you can still see traces of the circles of stones that surrounded monasteries and other holy places. They marked a place dedicated to Christ like human sentries, protecting the inhabitants from evil forces.

What is the significance of the circle for Christians? Celtic Christians carried on the Druids’ understanding that the Devil was frustrated by anything that had no end, no break, no entrance, because they knew that God is never ending both in time and in love, and the Three Selves within God form an ever encircling Presence. One of the chief rites of the sun-worship of pagan Celts was to turn sunwise in order to entice the sun to bless their crops. The Christians said to them, in effect: ‘The Creator of the sun is now amongst us, we will continue to circle our crops, but now we do it in the name of the Sun of Suns. The Creator had built the circling of the sun into creation, which reflects something of its Creator, so it is good for us’. This is not magic, it is an expression of the reality of the encircling Presence of God. To say the Caim or Circling prayer, stretch out your arm and index finger and turn around sunwise calling for the Presence to encircle the person or thing you pray for.


  • Circle me, Lord
  • Keep love within, keep strife without
  • Keep hope within, keep despair without
  • Keep peace within, keep harm without.

From Daily Light which is a wonderful devotional   by Ray Simpson

https://www.aidanandhilda.org.uk/prayer-cdl.php

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Go Thy Way! Do we know our way?

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People of the way, but have we lost our way?

Are we even known as the people of the way any longer?

What is the way?  To Be Like Christ! One Who Is Like Christ?????

Discerning! seeing if there is any wicked way in us, the need to be clean, to cleans our way if there is unrighteousness in our soul. But this is ultimately a work of the Holy Spirit, but we have to co-operate, being willing to allow the fruit of the Spirit to grow.

Listening to the voice, the guide, saying this is the way walk in it. Do we have that faith to believe our ears, have the ability to discern if that voice what we hear and listen too is the Holy Guide?

It’s about knowing the way and choosing the right path, having confidence this is a good step to take for your life. The right course of action as we journey. The steps needing to be trodden, with each step, discerning our heart motive, and this has to be a daily on going process . As we can so easily get lost and have to find our way again. But it is important to choose a life direction, if we don’t choose our life trajectory who will? We then will get blown along by circumstances or blown along by the Holy Spirit, which would we prefer?

So are we people of the Way or People of the world. This is tricky at times to assess, do we look like people that follow Jesus, or has societies influence infiltrated our lives, and effected our faith?

It is not the words spoken, but  the actions of our way of life, that makes more difference than we realize, demonstrating our way we life.  Allowing all to see a lifestyle that identifies us as people that live like our role model JESUS. To be once more people of the Way!

The title of a book that was given to me by a friend recently addresses this very subject. I began reading and have found very interesting.

finding our way againFinding Our Way Again

My morning reading caught my attention recently. A blind man wanted to get the attention of Jesus, hearing that Jesus was passing by. The blind man called out to Jesus ‘have mercy on me!’ Jesus beckoned him to come forward and Instantly the man could see, and followed Jesus down the road or on the way. (Mark 10: 52)

We are all blind at times and need the mercy of God, when we do see, do we immediately wanted to follow Jesus, going his way for our lives?

The blind man enters a new way of life, he does not give it a few days to ponders. But takes immediate action, does not hesitate. We get caught at a crossroads of choices and decisions. Wanting to know the way, wanting to know where we are going. This is one of the reasons for this article, because most of the time I don’t know the way.

The Message Bible states it like this: Go stand at the crossroads and look around ask direction to the old road. Then take it.  Jeremiah 6:16.

Who are we asking direction from? Also, you may say what are we wanting to look at old roads or old ways for, we are in the modern age? The new advancements, for a better world. These time tested ways may be the way forward, more than we want to admit, “the challenge of the future will require, we realize, rediscover and adapt, re-use resources from the ancient past.” pg 6 Finding Our Way Again,  Brian McLaren.

Jesus said Go thy way, your faith has made you well. Your faith in Me, Jesus.  I am the way, the truth, the life, a travel companion on the road to a destination we at times don’t even know. We have to think, feel, decide to walk in a new way, and go the distance, we are travelers, sojourners, like Abraham, being led to a distant land that is not known. Just told to go, and would be told when he got there!

It is a faith journey, and this is why we need a (soul friend) an Anam Cara to journey with us, to aid with the discernment process, to test, and to help us with our choices.

It’s a Way of life, that is truth that brings about righteousness, and it is life giving, a new restored life. There is a need to rediscover our faith as a way of life, not a system of rule and regulations. A rhythm to live by, the season to follow, journeying with like minded people, in community and experiencing hospitality, just in awe with life, creation, pleased to be alive.

I’m pondering joining the Community of Aidan and Hilda, a community that has a focus on Christ and the Celtic figures that spread the love message of God to the  peoples. Way of Life this is the guideline the US Community gave to help draft a Way of life. This is the info-way-of-life the UK community give as a guide. I hope you will view and ponder, and go and implement some little change in your life, it only take a step to start a journey.

My Celtic Journey

Peace Through Journaling

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The benefit of journaling, time for God, time with self, time with God.

Do you feel that you have too much on your mind? Write it down on paper, there is no wrong way to journal, the only wrong thing is not to start. Begin to journal, pour it all out on paper.

Remember it’s not to be some literary masterpiece, it’s listening to your life, and listening to what God wants to say to you.

In the privacy of a given moment, make some time and take a step toward unraveling the truth of what is going on in your life, write down your feelings, ideas, struggles, fears, hopes, what is holding you back from reaching your full potential?

Enter into a process that id good for you, find the rhythm, every day, every month, just when you need too, journal, unburden yourself, make and take  that quiet moment.

Get a cheap notebook or a fancy journal and a good pen and enjoy the flow of just writing, as the pen meets the paper.

Invite God to speak to you, asking the question. What do you want to say to me today Lord?

You might have a pleasant surprise and God speak with a word so encouraging it blows you away, filling you with thankfulness and joy.

“I wait quietly before God, for my hope is in Him.” Psalm 62:5 NLT