This book serves as a note of encouragement for our times. The Celtic view of the meaning of "Christ" delivers a message based on experience over the beliefs that have so long muddied the lives of many people. JPN brings the experience of Christ to a universal audience. He says that "the image of God is at the core of our being. And like the Garden, it has not been destroyed. It may have become covered over or lost sight of, but it is at the beginning of who we are." Modern non-dual teachings, both inside and outside of religions, involve this direct approach to the experience of recognizing ourselves, or the identity of "I." We are not the identity which our cultures and religions and science keep saying we are. And the amazing thing is that our own experience, if we carefully refer to it, will tell us that we are indeed that which JPN says we have covered over or lost sight of. Paul Cezanne, the painter, said much the same thing: "The time will come when a single carrot, freshly observed, will set off a revolution." John Philip Newell is an igniter of this revolution in each of us!