Anam Cara Wisdom: Spiritual Guidance from Your Personal Celtic Angel

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Ulysses Press, Jun 23, 2006 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 246 pages
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Each person has a personal angel who is available to help with everything from day-to-day problems to exploring one's spiritual path through life. The ancient Celts called this entity ananam cara, or soul friend -- a companion, counselor, and confidant all in one. This illuminating guide explains how to form a personal relationship with one's Celtic angel and make that angel a source of protection, comfort, wisdom, and guidance.
Readers will learn the secrets of the spiritual world inhabited by Celtic angels. Then they'll be shown how to create an angel diary and begin the process of inviting an angel into one's life.

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A Brief History of Angels
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About the author (2006)

Donald McKinney, a former freelance journalist for The Herald and Scotsman, is the convernor of the Celtic Circle, one of the largest global gatherings of people interested in matters Celtic. For over 15 years he has been a patner in Body and Soul, Scotland's foremost New Age business. He gives talks and runs workshops on Celtic spirituality throughout the UK and Ireland. Currently he lives in East Lothian in Scotland.

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