I've given up trying to find a spiritual group, and have decided to allow the earth to be my teacher. However, in tracing my roots back to their Scottish source, I have have become enamored with the Celtic idea of "land, sky and sea." I feel much more of an affinity for this philosophy rather than the Greek's system of elements. Perhaps it is because they seem to intertwine with each other like a braid, even though they are separate (if that makes any sense). For instance I saw a great blue heron the other day, and I immediately linked it to land, sky and sea because of its flight, nesting and hunting habits. And these three fit nicely with the body, spirit, and thoughts/feelings - again separate yet as one. For those who follow a Celtic path, what does "Land, Sky and Sea" mean to you? I have read plenty of books on the idea, but I guess I'm looking for your personal view of it. Thank you!