Grail Alchemy : Initiation in the Celtic Mystery Tradition, Paperback / softback Book

Grail Alchemy : Initiation in the Celtic Mystery Tradition Paperback / softback

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The primary myth of Western culture, the quest for the Holy Grail persists through the centuries like a recurring dream, embodying the longing for the divine feminine suppressed for more than two thousand years.

The Holy Grail emerged not only as a symbol of the feminine but also as a symbol of the soul, for hidden within the sacred Grail legends lies an initiatory path that leads to the highest realms of consciousness and spiritual illumination.

By working with the symbols of the Grail tradition we can gaze into our own hidden depths and heal the separation between masculine and feminine, Spirit and Matter, and Heaven and Earth.

Mara Freeman traces the evolution of the Grail from the sacred vessel of the Celtic goddess to the Cup of Christ, revealing a spiritual path rooted in the mysteries of the Goddess, the Grail, and the Sword.

She explains how the Sword has dominated over the Goddess and the Grail for far too long, leading to a spiritual wasteland as foretold in the Grail stories. She provides a practical workbook of exercises, visualizations, and magical rituals to restore the power of the divine feminine through spiritually transformative experiences with the Cauldron of Rebirth, the Chalice of Healing, the Sword of Light, and the Holy Grail itself.

Drawing on folk traditions and medieval Arthurian romances as well as alchemy and the wisdom of the mystics of Glastonbury, Freeman reveals the ancient Celtic teachings of the Western Mystery tradition.

She shows that attaining the Grail involves achieving full consciousness of the soul.

Then, as a Grail-bearer, you can bring the light of the Grail into the world for the healing of self and others.

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  • Format: Paperback / softback
  • Pages: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Inner Traditions Bear and Company
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Thought & practice
  • ISBN: 9781620551912

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