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Throughout the book, he also shares various exercises to help us further that awareness, and in the process he makes a compelling argument that the "good life" that all of us yearn for can only be found when we live each day with a sense of "wonderment and wakeful purpose" that is in tune with our divine birthright. With The Mist-Filled Path, MacEowen joins writers such as John ODonahue (Anam Cara) and Caitlin Mathews (The Encyclopedia of Celtic Wisdom) in introducing readers to the ancient spiritual traditions of "the misty green isles" of Ireland and Scotland that gave meaning to their inhabitants for many centuries, and which still hold value for us here in the 21st century.
As soon as I started reading this book and couldn't put it down.
The Mist-Filled Path is a living spirit; a truly relevant and timely message, expressed as a collection of teachings and ideas in the true Celtic storytelling style.
His words issue a call to us all to heal the divisions between us and to work toward a world of peace that includes nature again in our lives.
Beautifully written and I really resonated and connected with it. Deepest thanks to Mr. MacEowan for putting this out there for us to find.Published 2 months ago by Wyogirl
In my experience and education as a modern paleopagan / Celtic Reconstructionist, there are so few source materials that I feel I can rely on. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Nissyen Cadwallen
Beautifully written, his words will never leave you. To practice the path gives a greater sense of connectedness with our Earth home, our Mother and our Father as well as all that... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Hollie Marie
I loved this book and keep it on my bookshelf when I want to remember that the world is not all that it seems to be, it is so much more connected and mysterious than we can... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Karen Wan
I read this book through very quickly, because the writing feels so personal and directive.
While there are definitely points where the author drives home points I have no... Read more
Just wasn't my type of book. I liked the first half and enjoyed the author's enthusiasm for what he is writing. Read morePublished 11 months ago by hd
Even though there are some things in this book that could be questioned, along with the fact that Frank MacEowen cannot be found anywhere- no website, google,etc- there is... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Shelley O'Neil
I was first attracted to this book because of its title. I have felt like an "exile" from this modern world, a "wanderer" in the spiritual world, and yet continuing to be a... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Sam L
I enjoyed how Frank MacEowen eases the reader down the path with a smooth rippling of words. Having long been a solitary druid(since age 6, am currently 33), I look for books that... Read morePublished on June 29, 2012 by Amazon Customer