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A Healing Space: Befriending Ourselves in Difficult Times (MP3)
Released the same day as the standard print edition
A Healing Space: Befriending Ourselves in Difficult Times (MP3)
Written by:
Matt Licata 
Read by:
Susie Godfrey 
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
8 hours 10 minutes 
MP3 size:
337 MB 
November 03 2020 
Available Date:
November 03 2020 
Age Category:
Non-fiction; Lifestyle - Wellbeing; Self Help; Self Improvement 
Bolinda audio 
Bolinda price
AUD$ 34.95
AUD$ 34.95

A gifted teacher explores how both hardship and joy can lead us back to the sacredness of ordinary life.

What does healing mean to you? For many of us, to ‘heal’ is to solve a problem – to remove an illness, put a trauma behind us, or get rid of something we don’t like in our life. Yet does that idea of healing serve us … or does it cut us off from life’s gifts? With A Healing Space, Dr. Matt Licata extends an invitation to explore the endless richness of your life – without minimising or turning away from hardship, nor by seeking the shelter of comfort or certainty. ‘I do not have any answers for you,’ he writes. ‘Rather, I see my role as helping to illuminate the immensity and even magic of the questions themselves.’ Here is an audiobook you will return to time and again – whenever your soul calls you to examine, transform and renew yourself.

'Matt Licata pinpoints a space within us where healing, awakening, and a vibrant reckoning of who we actually are can be realised. The wisdom hidden deep within our darkest experiences comes from not turning away from these, but by directly tending to them with gentleness, love, and compassion. This book depicts a way of genuine freedom.'
Sharon Salzberg

'A Healing Space is a brilliant weave of Jungian and Eastern contemplative wisdom. In this powerful new offering, Matt Licata guides us to a place of sacred refuge, where we can meet even our greatest moments of confusion and suffering with compassion and grace.'
Tara Brach, PhD, author of Radical Compassion