Why does the Celtic world captivate us so?
It seems to tease us, like the mist that swirls on the edge of the sea.
Beckoning, with ancient wisdom, to consider a more unified life.
If you’re here, you’re probably one of us who are just done with plastic, surface level living.
Feeling disconnected from ourselves, our bodies, the earth, and each other has launched us on a search for so. much. more.
The good news is–we don’t have to look for anything new.
While your social media feed is filled with guarantees of enlightenment, cutting edge technologies, and life hacks, the truth is, millions of our ancestors were experts in this search.
They can serve as guides for us in our disconnected lives, walking with us as soul friends, leading us down the paths that led them to divine union–and wholeness.
The Christian Celts are some of these wise guides.
Their lives may seem like a dream to us:
Imagine a time when the divine spark was recognized (and revered!) in every creature.
When monks and lay people shared hearth and home.
When wanderlust fueled journeys into unknown waters,
And foreign people were held with curiosity and honor.
A time when mysticism mothered morals,
And when feminine strength was welcomed and assumed.
When thin spaces–places where the veil between heaven and earth seemed to be drawn back–were everywhere, from sacred sites to sacred thresholds in life.
When prayer was much more expansive, embracing song and color and movement and verse as equally important ways of connecting with divine Mystery.
When oak trees and kindling fires and baking bread were part of their daily liturgies.
When the Spirit - often portrayed as the wily Wild Goose - roamed free, untamed.
Would you like to immerse yourself in their stream?
Embracing Head and Heart, Male and Female, East and West, Solitude and Community
Listening to the Heart of the Beloved
Anamchara, Hospitality, and Vulnerability
Pilgrimage and Sacred Ferality
The Enchantment of the World
Ritual, Rhythm, and Contemplation
Monks, Foreigners, and Eastern Roots
Embodying Beauty Together
Swimming in God Anywhere
Our Lady, Brigid, and Hilda
Celtic Thin Spaces
Celtic & the Jungian Soul
Dreams, Myth, and the Hero’s Journey
What You'll Receive :
✔ ALL THE BEST FORMATION, ALL IN ONE PLACE.
No more piecemealing books and podcasts. We've brought together the best speakers and the rich topics you crave!
✔ 12 MONTHLY MASTERCLASSES.
Attend our in-depth, 90-minute masterclasses each month! Indulge all your curiosities with interactive Q&A at the end.
✔ RENOWNED GUEST SPEAKERS.
Our hand-picked experts are not only knowledgeable, but also embody Celtic spirituality.
✔ PRIVATE COMMUNITY.
Discuss the Celtic world and your own spiritual adventures with other kindred spirits! If you choose the "Better" package, you'll be able to join a live small group and connect in the members-only forum.
✔ VIDEO RECORDING
Can't join us live? Watch any time from our Celtic School platform.
✔ AUDIO RECORDING
Prefer to listen while on the move? All our classes will be available as downloadable audio files.
Receive downloadable PDF files of each class, so you can print, reflect, and deepen your experience.
✔ PERSONALIZED READING LIST.
Hungry to dive deeper? Check out our recommended reading list, so you don’t have to sort through translations and the plethora of authors yourself.
✔ FREE BONUS COURSE!
When you enroll, you'll also receive FREE access to our course, the Seeker's Guide to Mysticism.
Conferences featuring just a fraction of what we offer cost $895-$2000. We wanted to make this kind of formation available to everyone - for the price of a monthly dinner out! For those with limited funds, please contact us for scholarship information.
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Meet the Facilitator
Kelly is the founder and bestselling author of Spiritual Wanderlust and the Co-Director of Contemplative Monk. A former nun, Kelly is passionate about supporting others on the path to divine union. She speaks internationally and writes on the intersection of mysticism, neuroscience, emotional intelligence, and embodiment.