Dara Molloy Talks about Aran Islands
and Places of Resurrection
Highlights from the Dara Molloy interview
ON PLACES OF RESURRECTION
The term Places of Resurrection came from the Celtic monks. The Celtic monks, I think they were very creative and imaginative in the way that they understood scripture. And particularly I think they were interested in images and parables and stories and metaphors because that’s the approach to spirituality that the Celtic monks have always taken. It’s not logical. It’s not analytical. They never became theologians. They more became poets. Continue reading “007 Aran Islands and Places of Resurrection with Dara Molloy”
In Episode #1 Mindie Burgoyne discusses the definition of “thin places” and explains why travel to Ireland is so often associated with mystical and spiritual travel. The guest for this episode is Ruth O’Hagan, from County Clare, Ireland.
Mindie tries to define Thin Places and tells the story of St. Gobnait
What are thin places? places where the veil between this world and the otherworld is thin.
Are places made thin by us or are they inherently thin?
How do identify a thin place? What caused the ancients to choose certain places that still vibrate today?