A Return to Ireland: A Tribute to her Beauty, Music and Celtic Mystery

Posted on: March 7, 2018

Sacred Sites of Ireland 

St. Patricks Day:  Saturday, March 17, at 7 PM

with Brian Luke Seaward, Ph.D.

$15 general public; $10 Caritas members

Ireland has been revered as an island of sacred mysteries for thousands of years.  From the Winter Solstice celebrations at New Grange to the Christian Monasteries found on the island known as Skelleg Michael.  Stone circles, stone dolmens and stone pillars form a constellation of sacred sites on this mystical Celtic Island.  What do these monuments represent?  Why were these monuments built and by whom?  Why were they located in these specific regions?  Are they part of the earth’s planetary grid?  Come explore the mysteries and magic of Ireland’s sacred landscapes through the lens of Brian Luke Seaward’s cameras and learn some answers to these mysteries that Ireland and her people hold so dear.

Brian Luke Seaward, Ph.D. is a renowned an respected international expert in the fields of stress management, mind-body-spirit healing and corporate health promotion.  His mission, as expressed through his legacy of acclaimed books and public appearances is to make this a better world by having each of us reach our highest potential.  Dr. Seaward is and award-winning author, photographer, teacher, mystic, celebrated film director/producer and much sought after inspirational speaker.  He takes people on remarkable sacred tours to Ireland each summer.


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