The Celts believed that the visible and invisable worlds were one. For them, for certain places were sacred - places where the divide between, visable and invisable was very thin. They revered such "thin Places" as "sacred space"
In this book, Margaret Silf introduces seven traditional sacred spaces:
- the infinate knot
- the Celtic Cross
- groves and springs
- thresholds and crossing places
Each chapter features one of these sacred spaces and through them we are led into deeper reflection on what such sacred spaces can mean in our lives.