posted on Oct, 5 2005 @ 10:49 AM
Well, let's see---for the moment, if you are wanting to keep things earth-based, I would recommend looking more into Celtic/ Druidic spirituality or
Native American spiritual paths. Kabbalah is fine for a lot of things, but I would never consider it earth-based---it may be something for another
time down the road. Depending on your cultural/ethnic background, you may want to explore the magickal and spiritual traditions and teachings of your
own people, so to speak, and their relationship with the earth. As a scandinavian myself, I know that Asatru is a fasicnating and enlightening filed
of study and growth, so you my want to consider exploring a similar path from your own ethnic/cultural background, it really helps to center a person,
and if balance is what you want, that is what I would recommend most highly. If you're British/Irish/Scots anything of that sort, then the Celtic
spiritual traditions will really feel at home to you. If you're African-American, then voudoin or other traditional spiritual paths will probably be
very resonant for you. I find a lot of the keys to our future can be found in reconnecting with our past, so to speak.
I'm not certain if I know the couple you mention, I'll try to browse through my library later and see if I have any of their stuff, but at present
their names don't ring a bill---however, my knowledge of the celtic spiritual traditions is admittedly pretty limited.
I guess the long and short of what I am trying to say is that if you are trying to learn to listen to what your inner self is telling you, then
following certain traditional earth-based spiritual paths , especially those that come from your own ethnic and cultural backgound, may very well
prove to be the best way for you to go at this time.