The invisible world


There’s no inner landscape in the invisible world of our souls and hearts but is full of the most melodious and nourishing and wild freedom.  And everyone should go there, to the wild place, where there are no cages, where there are not tight rooms without windows and without doors.  Everyone should go to the free clearance places in their own hearts

John O’Donohue

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  1. Oh how I love the picturesquely emotional and soul-felt imagery this lovely man used in his writing. It touches those deep and tender places which are so often beyond words. Thank you for this one today. The term ‘inner landscape’ had a profound effect on me the first time I heard it, which was in John O’Donohue’s ‘Anam Cara’. It enabled me to connect with differently, and articulate about, something previously that felt mystifying and inexplicable, using the language and imagery of landscape, and all the colours,textures and use of the senses that that affords. It has enriched and deepened the intimate relationship I have with my Anam Cara, my soul friend. Thank you Karl for this beautiful reminder today, and for all your daily posts. They trigger soul magic! Cath

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