Self-awareness, self-growth, dare we call it “spiritual growth”—plus, the brave and audacious decision of doing something to improve the state of the world—are two sides of a very old coin. Newell attributes that coin to the ancient Celtic people who once populated most of northern Europe, and whose intricate artwork and dogged resistance to Rome’s mighty power, have caused a modern-day resurgence of interest in this path called Celtic wisdom.Read More
Mike Sanders was born and raised in Pasadena, California and has worked vocationally as a Quality Assurance Engineer for JPL / NASA for the past 30 years. He has traveled internationally extensively in that role, and has also spent considerable time abroad for personal exploration.Read More
Friendship’s respectful practice is the core of this book by Irish author John O’Donohue. Raised in the remote and windswept Burren area of western Ireland, O’Donohue writes with passion about the ancient Irish practice of “anam cara”…Read More
The Celtic Way of Prayer is a treasured echo from the last millennium speaking across the decades through author and scholar Esther De Waal. Now in her 90s, de Waal wrote this classic while
living in the borderlands of the Welsh countryside, and as a primer for those curious about the Celtic way.
The mysterious island if Iona is calling, who will sojourn with us for a time? The natural and spiritual appeal of this tiny island in the Inner Hebrides off the coast of Scotland has been drawing travelers to it’s shores at least since the 500’s when St. Columba and his companions arrived from Ireland and set up a monastic community there.Read More
Years in the crafting, Culture Honey is proud to announce our new small group touring initiative, Culture Honey Touring! Beginning with our long-awaited Celtic…Read More