Tag Archives: Pelagius

Primal and Indigenous Spirituality: Weekly Summary

Primal and Indigenous Spirituality Summary: Sunday, August 5-Friday, August 10, 2018 I want to emphasize contemplative insights and practices that help us heal our sense of separation and isolation, experience connection and community, and awaken a sense of responsibility for all beings. (Sunday) Even in early, primal religion, we can see the idea of this… Continue Reading Primal and Indigenous Spirituality: Weekly Summary

Native and Celtic Spirituality Summary

Native and Celtic Spirituality Summary: Sunday, July 5-Saturday, July 11, 2015 Lived outwardly, the inner experience of union moves us toward compassion, justice, and inclusivity. One of the non-dual gifts of Celtic and Native traditions is their openness to inspiration and wisdom from nature, beauty, and signs and symbols that speak deeply to the unconscious.… Continue Reading Native and Celtic Spirituality Summary

Original Blessing

Native and Celtic Spirituality Original Blessing Wednesday, July 8, 2015 Yet another gift of Native and Celtic spirituality is their unashamed welcome of some kind of “original blessing” instead of starting with a problem like “original sin.” Pelagius (354-418), one of the early Christian Celtic writers, opposed the doctrine of original sin coined by his… Continue Reading Original Blessing

The Great Spirit

Native and Celtic Spirituality The Great Spirit Tuesday, July 7, 2015 The Romans had conquered much of Europe by the time of Jesus’ birth. Yet while they ruled Britain, the Romans never occupied Ireland or parts of Scotland. This allowed the Celtic culture and Christian monks the freedom to thrive independently. They weren’t controlled by… Continue Reading The Great Spirit

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