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To Bless the Space Between Us

A Collection of Invocations and Blessings
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Blessings of comfort and illumination for the thresholds we all must cross in life.
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"When we stand before crucial thresholds in our lives," observes Irish poet and philosopher John O'Donohue, "we have no rituals to protect, encourage, and guide us as we cross over into the unknown. For such crossings, we need to find new words."

On To Bless the Space Between Us, O'Donohue presents an adaptation of his thought-provoking book of the same title, providing comfort and insights to illuminate the passage of our life path.

Following seven rhythms of the human journey—Beginnings, Desires, Thresholds, Homecoming, States of the Heart, Callings, and Beyond Endings—more than 80 poetic and gracious invocations in this collection can be used as tools for self-transformation, as meditations for deeper contemplation, or as simple prayers for ourselves or our loved ones.

With blessings such as "For Love in a Time of Conflict," "For Belonging," "For Equilibrium," "On Meeting a Stranger," "In Praise of Earth," and many more, these lyrical selections "will invite you to awaken your own power to bless, and will suggest to you the secret world of healing and plenitude and providence that encircles, shelters, and guides your every breath and step."

To Bless the Space Between Us features the music of Irish harpist Áine Minogue.

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Contents 4 CDs (4 hours, 24 minutes) Audio Download (4 hours, 24 minutes)
Filetypes MP3, PDF, ZIP
Dimensions 5 x 5 inches
Product Code AW01197D AW01197W
ISBN Number 978-1-59179-631-2 978-1-60407-352-2
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John O'Donohue

About John O'Donohue

John O’Donohue (1956-2008) was a poet, philosopher, scholar, and native Gaelic speaker from County Clare, Ireland. He was awarded a PhD in philosophical theology from the University of Tübingen, with postdoctoral study of Meister Eckhart. John’s bestselling books Walking in Wonder, Anam Cara, Beauty, Eternal Echoes, and the beloved To Bless the Space Between Us, among many others, guide readers through the landscape of the Irish imagination.

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Reviewed by William F.
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John O'Donohue's words stir the imagination and awaken the beauty of being alive.

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Reviewed by Karen G.
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5 star! This is truly a gift. Listening to the beauty and richness of his language provides another avenue into discovering our own awareness and gives piercing compassionate insight into the sensitivities of the human condition.

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Excellent! His blessings are profound and peaceful.

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I listed to the audio CD over and over as I drive --- so many of these poem blessings just "stop me in my tracks" with their power, intensity. This man truly captures raw emotion. His voice (Irish accent) is beautiful. These blessings lift me up and I am sending to my brother who is grieving a divorce.

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Reviewed by Joseph R.
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Excellent customer service. Thank you.

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