Monthly Archives: April 29, 2016

Oran Mór: The Primordial Celtic Myth

Oran Mór: The Primordial Celtic Myth

Oran Mór Quiet— Eternal Quiet. Not even the sound of the restless, stirring, dark waters could be heard. Then, a great spiraling strain of Melody moved across the endless waters. Subdued at first, then quickly gathering momentum until it reached a great crescendo. And, then, there was Life! But the Melody did not stop. It… Read more

Pilgrimage as Prayer

Pilgrimage as Prayer

I on my path, O God, Thou God in my steps, Bless to me, O God, The earth beneath my foot. Bless to me, O God, The path wherever I go. (Carmina Gadelica, III) The idea of pilgrimage as prayer permeates many spiritual traditions, yet is a concept that is frequently overlooked in works on… Read more