Trusting the Rhythm of Your Own Becoming

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Author Diane Covington speaks with O'Donohue about healing our relationship with time.
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Trusting the Rhythm of Your Own Becoming

"At the heart of emptiness, we can discover secret landscapes of nourishment, imagination and spirit."John O’Donohue, Ireland interview, 2006

When Irish poet and philosopher John O’Donohue died suddenly in January 2008, the world lost a brilliant mind paired with a depth and goodness that refreshed the spirit. That loss makes the gift of his voice expressing his unique perspective even more precious now. This interview by award-winning writer Diane Covington took place at the end of O’Donohue’s ten-day retreat in Ireland, May 2006. O’Donohue invited participants to search out the lost or silent parts of themselves and to explore ways of healing their relationship with time--to come home again to their own rhythm.

Some of the topics covered in this interview:

  • Modern culture’s fierce hunger for spirit
  • Invoking and reawakening the ideal of true citizenship
  • Reclaiming our religious traditions in the name of our new questions
  • Discovering the heart of creativity
  • The Catholic Church’s attitudes toward the feminine
  • Approaching the question: ‘How should I be?’

And as always, listening to John O’Donohue, there’s the reminder to remain grateful and present to the wonder, magic and mystery that life offers to us, moment by moment.

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Contents Digital Audio (37 minutes)
Product Code AS02602W
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John O'Donohue

About John O'Donohue

John O'Donohue 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 Anam CaraBeautyEternal Echoes, and the beloved To Bless the Space Between Us, among many others, guide readers through the landscape of the Irish imagination. More information can be found at

Author photo © Colm Hogan