The Call: Discovering Why You Are Here

April 25, 2006|
The Call: Discovering Why You Are Here by Mountain D Oriah
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The final book in Oriah Mountain Dreamer''s bestselling trilogy opens us to finding and consciously living the meaning and purpose-the unique calling-at the center of our lives

In The Invitation, visionary writer and teacher Oriah Mountain Dreamer wrote about what we long for. In The Dance, her second book, she explored how to live this longing. Now, in The Call, she shares with us her struggle with and discovery of “why”-why we are here and why we must each undertake the journey from longing to living fully and deeply in the world.

Like her previous bestsellers, The Call is filled with moving stories and wisdom born of experience, an intimate and insightful exploration of Oriah''s journey to heed her own call, which comes in often unexpected forms. Readers journey with Oriah into the recognition that to be fully human is to consciously live what we are-an echo of the sacred Presence that is beyond all thought-through the messy reality of who we are.

Gently challenging and persistently practical, Oriah guides the reader in living every day awake to the essence of who we are, showing us how to find and embody the meaning in our lives in the unique way we are each called to do so. The Call takes us on a journey into living a deeply spiritual and wholly human life.

Oriah is the author of the inspirational prose poem and international bestselling bookThe Invitationas well as the bestsellersThe DanceandThe Call. Her writing sets forth in detail how we can follow the thread of our heart''s longing into a life of meaning and purpose. Her latest book,What We Ache For: Creativity and the Unfolding of Y...
Title:The Call: Discovering Why You Are Here
Product dimensions:224 pages, 7.38 X 5.5 X 0.56 in
Shipping dimensions:224 pages, 7.38 X 5.5 X 0.56 in
Published:April 25, 2006
Appropriate for ages:All ages
ISBN - 13:9780061116698

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