Event: Day Workshop: Body and Land as Spiritual Teaching.
Facilitator: Sister Fionntulach.
Venue: Skye Room, Gillis Centre, 100 Strathearn Road, Edinburgh, EH9 1BB.
Date: Sunday 19 April 2015.
Time: Registration: 9.30am-10am. Day Workshop: 10am-5pm.
Event Description: Can we learn anything from our five senses and also from the land through which we move about our relationship with The Transcendent? As well as exploring Celtic myth and imagery, Sister Fionntulach will introduce transformative and devotional practices used within the Céile Dé tradition, an ancient Gaelic esoteric path shaped by these lands, that in turn shapes our bodies, hearts, minds and ways of dissolving into the Nameless Beyond.
Sr. Fionntulach belongs to the Céili Dé (The Servants or Spouses of God), a Celtic Christian spiritual Order based in Scotland.
She is both a teacher of the tradition and an Anam Chara (‘Soul Friend’ or Spiritual Guide). Her life is divided between leading a contemplative life, serving her community and giving teachings to the growing community, both in Europe and in the USA, who feel called to walk the Céile Dé Path in these times.
Sister Fionn, as most people call her, describes the Céile Dé tradition as “a glorious blend of Celtic reverence for Nature, disciplined practice, great beauty and Christ-consciousness - the transformative power of Love.”
For more information, see: www.ceilede.co.uk
Cost: £25/£20 (Concessions).