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    EBOOK or PDF Divine Beauty The Invisible Embrace READ & DOWNLOAD ☆ THEYUPPYPUPPY.CO.UK µ John ODonohue “The ancient rhythms of the earth have insinuated themselves into the rhythms of the human heart The earth is not outside us; it is within the clay from where the tree of the body grows” In written form this would perhaps be th

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    EBOOK or PDF Divine Beauty The Invisible Embrace CHARACTERS Divine Beauty The Invisible Embrace This is one of those rare books that sound as though it were written by an angel and the sort of writing that cannot be paraphrased It left a gentle impression upon me and even it renewed my perception After I read just the beginning an ordinary task like preparing lunch felt sacred to me—I relished the shapes

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    EBOOK or PDF Divine Beauty The Invisible Embrace I recently learned that my good friend John O'Donohue had died in his sleep in January 2008 while in Paris We had not spoken since 20

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    EBOOK or PDF Divine Beauty The Invisible Embrace This is an author that came Highly recommended to me so now I'm waiting to read the book But here's an excerpt from his ReflectionsOnce you start to awaken no one can ever claim you again for the old patterns Now you realise how precious your time here is You are no longer willing to suander your essence on undertakings that do not nourish your true self; your patience grows thin with tired talk and dead lang

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    EBOOK or PDF Divine Beauty The Invisible Embrace As an author who fancies that he has some facility for using language reading Beauty was truly a humbling experience In fact other than Thomas Wolfe of You Can't Go Home Again fame in my sixty nine year reading odyssey I hav

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    EBOOK or PDF Divine Beauty The Invisible Embrace John ODonohue µ 1 FREE DOWNLOAD CHARACTERS Divine Beauty The Invisible Embrace A book to linger over And I did mornings than not for a year O'Donohue sees everything from a different perspective a true

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    EBOOK or PDF Divine Beauty The Invisible Embrace I really really like O'Donohue's poetry and I could tell that the uality of thinking and philosophical exploration in this book of essays is one piece of what allows him to write the high uality poemsblessings that he has Still I didn't find the essays particularly compelling or useful There were some snippets and I'll uote some of those below but they came at too great a distance apart often if they had come in 75 pages rather

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    EBOOK or PDF Divine Beauty The Invisible Embrace READ & DOWNLOAD ☆ THEYUPPYPUPPY.CO.UK µ John ODonohue O’Donohue had an ability to exuisitely explain mysterious and philosophical concepts that I’ve tried to foggily contemplate in a poetic but still accessible way He gives well crafted words and explanations to things I could not find words for myself One might think this book is about visual beauty and it is i

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At a much deeper level #than the other arts It is like an internal dance with my nervous systemIn contrast #the other arts It is like an internal dance with my nervous systemIn contrast most other forms of art music alters your experience of time To enter a piece of music or to have the music enfold you is to depart for a while from regulated time Music creates a rhythm that beats out its own time shape Music has a deep connection to Eros and love expressing an energy short circuiting reason an energy that is transporting absorbing sensuous kinetic and involves our whole person body and soulThere is a profound sense in which music opens a secret door in time and reaches in to the eternal This is the authority and grace of music it evokes or creates an atmosphere where presence awakens to its eternal depth I never tire of reading these words over and over again A book to linger over And I did mornings than not for a year O Donohue sees everything from a different perspective a true hidden mystical perspective that I hope leeches into me every time I open the book The Music of Beauty and Color of Beauty were memorable but clearly were written by a poetauthor peering into these areas rather than looking out from Some of the facts about color weren t accurate so they had a misplaced mysticism that flared up my skepticism and outed O Donohue s romanticism So four stars for that reason I am always sad to finish a book by this author It feels like a good friend ust moved away This is an author that came Highly recommended to me so now I m waiting to read the book But here s an excerpt from his ReflectionsOnce you start to awaken no one can ever claim you again for the old patterns Now you realise how precious your time here is You are no longer willing to suander your essence on undertakings that do not nourish your true self your patience grows thin with tired talk and dead language You see through the rosters of expectation which promise you safety and the confirmation of your outer identity Now you are impatient for growth willing to put yourself in the way of change You want your work to become an expression of your gift You want your relationship to voyage beyond the pallid frontiers to where the danger of transformation dwells You want your God to be wild and to call you to where your destiny awaitsWith this said I m off to get this book The ancient rhythms of the earth have insinuated themselves into the rhythms of the human heart The earth is not outside us it is within the clay from where the tree of the body grows In written form this would perhaps be the kind of book one would read now and then when the mood struck A book to set a mood a book to have you sit a spell and ponder as my grandfather was wont to say This was the first audiobook I bought after I read my goodreads friend Glenn s review sometime last year Since Glenn had mentioned that the author himself had narrated this and the author s charming Irish brogue I had added it as my first audio It didn t take me long to s charming Irish brogue I had added it as my first audio It didn t take me long to that sitting in my house listening to this did not work for me and so I waited patiently for a long drive I didn t really mind having other books to read and sometimes I would ust re listen to the beginning of this to remind me of what loveliness lay in store for me So yesterday I left early for a planned excursion to God s Kingdom God s Country to experience some of what nature must have first been intended to pass for beauty What better audio to listen to on my uest for that beauty than to listen to a book about beauty And in truth it was perfect I enjoyed listening to every second of thisThe only negative of listening and driving is not being able to highlight passages but I did not miss a thing at the same time This was lovely spiritual but not in a speaking from the pulpit way this a heart to heart spiritual connection shared on many topics The Music of Beauty The Color of Beauty are two of the ten topics Effortlessly as though you ve ust sat down and he s pouring you a spot of tea he manages to transform his thoughts with a lyrical aura of beauty infusing the words as he speaks them Delicious swoon worthy splendid prose prose unveiling images with reverence for the wonder and awe of every day beauty What you encounter recognize or discover depends to a large degree on the uality of your approach Many of the ancient cultures practiced careful rituals of approach An encounter of depth and spirit was preceded by careful preparationWhen we approach with reverence great things decide to approach us Our real life comes to the surface and its light awakens the concealed beauty in things When we walk on the earth with reverence beauty will decide to trust us The rushed heart and arrogant mind lack the gentleness and patience to enter that embrace I would be remiss if I did not thank Glenn for not only pointing me to a book I love but to the wonderful experience of listening to this Magical Glenn s revie. Courages our greater intimacy with beauty and celebrates it for what it really is a homecoming of the human spiritAs he focuses on the classical medieval and Celtic traditions on art music literature nature and language O'Donohue reveals how beauty's invisible embrace invites us towards new heights of passion and creativityDIVINE BEAUTY is an exuisite treasury of Forms of the Beautiful Its surface employs narrative image anecdote and myth while into the silence of its subtext are sown seeds of reflection that gradually blossom in the heart. .
Uld most definitely recommend it if you #Are Looking For Some Accessible Generally Faith #looking for some accessible generally faith philosophyor even if you aren t As an author who fancies that he has some facility for using language reading Beauty was truly a humbling experience In fact other than Thomas Wolfe of You Can t Go Home Again fame in my sixty nine year reading odyssey I have never encountered a writer with such a gift of language as John O Donohue and I highly recommend reading Beauty to experience of the author s incredible ability to depict the various aspects of beauty and describe thoughts and feelings about it alone Add to this gift the author s immense powers of observation and wise "INSIGHTS AND MY OPINION I RECENTLY "and my opinion I recently that my good friend John O Donohue had died in his sleep in January 2008 while in Paris We had not spoken since 2006 The last time we got together was in Galwey Ireland in the Spring of 2004 I ve downloaded every video and audio I could find on the Internet after spending a day in my own private Memorial Observance What a sweet and yet critical soul I have three transcripts and recordings of conversations that are each eight to fifteen hours long While working at a prior consulting firm as the head of Research and Development and later as the CEO we brought John over to work with us on the philosophical core of our practices These sessions were only and always spectacular and through these I came to know him well enough to count him among my friends He always had an integrity of heart mind spirit and action that could not be evaded or go unnoticed His poetry is uite lovely at times and uite piercing at others His prose is always accessible yet in no way superficial More on his other books later A beautiful book written by a beautiful man John O Donohue s Beauty is filled with such inspiring words I found it difficult almost inappropriate to read even a chapter straight through since many lines invite us to reread and linger with their fragrance for days Here are several such lines coupled with my brief comments taken from two of my favorite chapters The Call to Beauty and The Music of BeautyIndeed the subtle touches of beauty are what enable most people to survive Yet beauty is so uietly woven through our ordinary days that we hardly notice it Everywhere there is tenderness care and kindness there is beauty During this past year I have been reading ancient Greek philosophy Turns out one of those Greek philosophers I especially enjoy is Epicurus one big reason Epicurus was famous for his kindness caring and sensitivity encouraging us to transform our life itself into a work of beautyYet beauty s visitation affects us and invites us into its rhythm it calls us to feel think and act beautifully in the world to create and live a life that awakens the Beautiful I have been involved in the creative arts for many years but I have come to realize our greatest creation is to become ourselves a being radiating beautyEven and perhaps especially in the bleakest times we can still discover and awaken beauty these are precisely the times when we need it most Nowhere else can we find the Des Souris et des hommes eBook: John Steinbeck, Maurice-Edgar Coindreau: Amazon.fr: Amazon Media EUS.à r.l. joy that beauty brings Joy is not simply the fruit of circumstances we can choose to beoyous independent of what is happening around us How true John O Donohue invites us to raise our own inner vibration and experience the inner Black Women in White America A Documentary History joy of simply being alive especially needed when we are facing our biggest challengesIf our style of looking becomes beautiful then beauty will become visible and shine forth for us We will be surprised to discover beauty in unexpected places where the ungraceful eye would never linger The graced eye can glimpse beauty anywhere for beauty does not reserve itself for special elite moments or instances it does not wait for perfection but is present already secretly in everything When we beautify our gaze the grace of hidden beauty becomes ouroy and our sanctuary Thank you John Beautify our gaze the experience of beauty is an inner transformation not a change of sceneryTo behold beauty dignifies your life it heals you and calls you out beyond the smallness of our own self limitation to experience new horizons To experience beauty is to have your life enlarged Again thank you John There is a rightness and clarity when we see beauty in the world and become fuller and attuned to not only the outside world by also to ourselvesBeauty is not to be captured or controlled for there is something intrinsically elusive in its nature More like a visitation than a solid fact beauty invests the aura of a person or infuses a landscape with an unexpected intimacy that satisfies our longing Intimate mysterious and on occasions blissful and ecstatic an experience uite beyond any wordsTo the human ear however music echoes the deepest grandeur and the most sublime intimacy of the soul I find this true to my own experience Music hits me. And awaken beauty yet this is exactly the claim that this book seeks to exploreDIVINE BEAUTY is a gentle but urgent call to awaken O'Donohue opens our eyes hearts and minds to the wonder of our own relationship with beauty Rather than 'covering' this theme he uncovers it exposing the infinity and mystery of its breadth His words return us home to the dignity of silence the profundity of stillness the power of thought and perception and the eternal grace and generosity of beauty's presence In this masterful and revelatory work O'Donohue en. I really really like O #Donohue s poetry and I could tell that the uality of thinking and philosophical exploration #s poetry and I could tell that the uality of thinking and philosophical exploration this book of essays is one piece of what allows him to write the high uality poemsblessings that he has Still I didn t find the essays particularly compelling or useful There were some snippets and I ll uote some of those below but they came at too great a distance apart often if they had come in 75 pages rather than 250 I would have rated the book highlyp8 Notions of self improvement have become banal and wearisomep24 When we walk on the earth with reverence beauty will decide to trust usp54 In Crossing Unmarked Snow by William StaffordThe things you do not have to say make you richSaying things you do not have to say weakens your talkHearing things you do not need to hear dulls your hearingAnd things you know before you hear them those are you #Those are why you are in the worldp140 It is puzzling #are why you are in the worldp140 It is puzzling in the Western world we have concentrated on the divine intellect and the divine will When we bring in the notion of the imagination we begin to discover a whole new sense of God The emphasis on udgment begins to recede The image of God as a moral accountant peering into the region s of one s intimate life falls away creativity is the supreme passion of God When we bring in the missing dimension of imagination the perspective changes and we get a glimpse of true beauty the glorious passion urgency and youthfulness of God p141 the urgent fullness of God There was such a fullness brimming in the divine presence that had God not created he would have imploded God had to come to expressionp153 Although each of us is fashioned in careful incompletion we were created to long for each other The secret of our completion can only be found in the otherp174 Freedom is not simply the absence of necessity it is the poise of soul at one with a life which honours and engages its creative possibilityp179 It is difficult to find the courage and vision at the points of deepest wounding to believe that new risk can take us into new life But there is no alternative When we remain sealed away inside the shell we are no longer able to hear our own life Beauty triumphs over the suffering inherent in life Nietzchep184 However the freedom to choose graciousness is a freedom no one can take from usp207 When night asks who I am I answer Your own and am not lonely Li Young Leep227 Sometimes the urgency of our hunger blinds us to the fact that we are already at the feast To accept this can change everything we are always home never exiled In every moment everywhere we are not even inches away from the divine presence Perhaps the secret of spiritual integrity has to do with an act of acceptance namely a recognition that you are always already within the divine embracep229 A God without a why is a God who is lyrical and full of grace a God who has no other intention than simply to be To learn that art of being is to become free of the burden of strategy purpose and self consciousness God dwells totally in fluency of presence vs Heschel Prophecy A much needed treatise in an age where beauty has been exploited sexualized commercialized and objectified If you are wishing to reconnect with the sacredness of beauty your own others and that of the world around you then delve into this sincere attempt to honor that which is a true gift to humanity This is one of those rare books that sound as though it were written by an angel and the sort of writing that cannot be paraphrased It left a gentle impression upon me and even it renewed my perception After I read ust the beginning an ordinary task like preparing lunch felt sacred to me I relished the Shapes And Colors Of and colors of leaves Beauty visited me and through the perception O Donohue awakened in me I know beauty s experience is an interaction between seer and seen The book only improved as it progressed I loved his reflections on us being in God and the chapters on death and dying which were some of the most comforting passages on the subject I ve ever read His personal experiences with the people he knew and the passages on Ireland shimmered with meaning and life And not to forget the mystical poetry sprinkled throughout his expressions strengthened his reflections I recommend this book to dreamers seekers and to those happy poetic souls who already feel found O Donohue had an ability to exuisitely explain mysterious and philosophical concepts that I ve tried to foggily contemplate in a poetic but still accessible way He gives well crafted words and explanations to things I could not find words for myself One might think this book is about visual beauty and it is in some ways but it is comprehensively a book about life and the human experience He reminds readers of the deeper layers of goodness and beauty that underlie creation and life It was an enlightening and lovely read I wo. In this eagerly awaited follow up to his international bestsellers Anam Cara and Eternal Echoes John O'Donohue turns his attention to the subject of beauty the divine beauty that calls the imagination and awakens all that is noble in the human heartIn these uncertain times of global conflict and crisis we are riven with anxiety; our trust in the future has lost its innocence for we know now that anything can happen from one second to the next In such an unsheltered world it may sound naive to suggest that this might be the moment to invoke.

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