Pipers Stones – day 40 of 40 Irish Inner Peace Pilgrimage

by inspire on December 22, 2009

This is an ancient stone circle in Ireland. Dated around 1,400 to 800 BC. Created probably during the Bronze age. How did it get its name – Pipers Stones? Well you’ll have to watch the video to find out. Remember if you’d like to receive all 40 videoes and reflections from around Ireland click here.

Enjoy the video and the music!

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{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

Linda Lee June 29, 2010 at 9:47 am

Sean, Thank you for the wonderful journey. I have not only enjoyed being with you for 40 days, but I found my way back to my heart and soul. I had pulled away from my meditation practice and had not realized how integral to my life it is. I am back now, thanks to the daily 3 minutes or so I have spent with you. Meditation is where I fuel-up for the day, so to speak. My purpose this lifetime is to spread the joy and aliveness of life that I am and that is my heart’s desire where ever I am and I am clear that where my “fuel” resides is deep inside … it IS an “inside job” as you say.

I would have liked more of your bagpipe playing in the sessions, but I can always go to your CDs for that. Also, please give us more of your joyous smile that lights up the screen!

Again, thank you Sean. I love you and the work you are doing!

Many blessings of peace and joy!

Roibeard McElroy July 3, 2010 at 1:04 pm

Firstly Sean, I tried to comment on two previous videos on ‘Hitler’ and the forgiveness ones, so I do it now – I was really moved by these ones – hearing the story about the author, the Concentration Camp, the Jewish man etc. I also though the location of the sea for one of the videos was apt and appropriate and the location of the Military Cemetery, Glencree and story about the children back in the 50′s at the Grotto was well chosen.

Throughout the pilgrimage, I’ve liked hearing your multi-musicianship: the pipes, the flute, the quitar and I think something else, ‘though I agree with Linda maybe one or two more with the Pipes, as that kinda is your signature tune.

Above all, I like your sincerity and that you share your experiences and life – so important – and I like the way you personalise the message with the daily video!

I will continue to write and try to find MY PURPOSE INSIDE. Thus the pilgrimage has given me a focus. Go raibh maith agat, a chara!

Roibeard McElroy July 3, 2010 at 1:06 pm

Oh and I forgot to say, to finish the pilgrimage at the Piper’s Stones, Coolgreany, was a perfect and uplifting finale!

Le gach bhui!

inspire July 26, 2010 at 11:56 am

Hi Roibeard

Thanks for all your wonderful comments about the online pilgrimage. Hope you enjoyed it all and it helps you on your journey! Carpe Diem! Sean

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