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The Senses are Generous Pathways

A renewal, indeed a complete transfiguration of your life can come through attention to your senses.

Your senses are the guides to take you deep into the inner world of your heart.

The greatest philosophers admit that to a large degree all knowledge comes through the senses.

The senses are our bridges to the world.

Human skin is porous; the world flows through you.

Your senses are large pores that let the world in.


The Senses as Thresholds of the Soul

Being in the soul, the body makes the senses threshold of soul.

When your senses open out to the world, the first presence they encounter is the presence of your soul.

To be sensual or sensuous is to be in the presence of your own soul.

Wordsworth, careful of the dignity of the senses, wrote that “pleasure is the tribute we owe to our dignity as human beings.”

This is profoundly spiritual perspective.

Your senses link you intimately with the divine presence within you and around you.

Attunement to the senses can limber up the stiffened belief and gentle the hardened outlook.

It can warm and heal the atrophied feelings that are the barriers exiling us from ourselves and separating us from each other.

Then we are no longer in exile from the wonderful harvest of divinity that is always secretly gathering within us.

It is important to acknowledge that the senses work compositely.

We see this in the different responses people have to color, which indicates that colors are not perceived merely visually.

The senses overlap.


The Eye is Like the Dawn

The human eye is one place where the intensity of human presence becomes uniquely focused and available.

The universe finds its deepest reflection and belonging in the human eye.

I imagine the mountains dreaming of the coming of vision.

The eye, when it opens, is like the dawn breaking in the night.

When it opens, a new world is there.

The eye is also the mother of distance.

When the eye opens, it shows that others and the world are outside of us, distant from us.

Yet infinity somehow invests our perception of every object.

Joseph Brodsky said beautifully, ‘An object makes infinity private.’

Yet in a wonderful way,

the eye as mother of distance makes us wonder at the mystery and otherness of everything outside us.

In this sense, the eye is also the mother of intimacy, bringing everything close to us.

When you really gaze at something, you bring it inside you.

When you really look deeply at something, it becomes part of you.

This is one of the sinister aspects of television.

People are constantly looking at empty and false images;

these impoverished images are filling up the inner world of the heart.

The modern world of image and electronic media is reminiscent of Plato’s wonderful allegory of the cave.

The prisoners are in one line, chained together, looking at the wall of the cave.

The fire behind them casts images onto the wall.

The prisoners believe that what they see on the wall of that cave is reality.

Yet all they are seeing are shadows of reflections.

Television and the computer world are great empty shadow-lands.

To look at something that can gaze back at you, or that has a reserve and depth,

can heal your eyes and deepen your sense of vision.

There are those who are physically blind; they have lived all their lives in a monoscape of darkness.

They have never seen a wave, a stone, a star, a flower, the sky, or the face of another human being.

Yet there are others with perfect vision who are absolutely blind.

Many of us have made our world so familiar that we do not see it anymore.

An interesting question to ask yourself at night is, What did I really see this day?

You could be surprised at what you did not see.

Maybe your eyes were unconditioned reflexes operating all day without any real mindfulness or recognition;

while you looked out from yourself, you never gazed or really attended to anything.

The field of vision is always complex, and when your eyes look out, they cannot see everything.

If you try to have a full field of vision, then details become unspecified and blurred;

If you focus on one aspect of it, they you really see that, but you miss out on the larger picture.

The human eye is always selecting what it wants to see and also evading what it does not want to see.

The crucial question then is,

What criteria do we use to decide what we like to see and to avoid seeing what we do not want to see?

It is a startling truth that how you see and what you see determine how and who you will be.

An interesting way of beginning to do some interior work is to explore your particular style of seeing.

Ask yourself, What way do I behold the world?

(quoted from Anam Cara - by John O'Donohue)

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Styles of Vision

To the fearful eye all is threatening.
When you look toward the world in a fearful way,
all you see and concentrate on are things that can damage and threaten you.
The fearful eye is always besieged by threat.

To the greedy eye, everything can be possessed.
Greed is one of the powerful forces in the modern Western world.
It is sad that a greedy person can never enjoy what they have,
Because they are always haunted by that which they do not possess.
The motor and agenda of greed is always the same.
Joy is possession, but sadly possession is ever restless;
It has an inner insatiable hunger.
Greed is poignant because it is always haunted and emptied by future possibility;
It can never engage presence.
However, the more sinister aspect of greed is its ability to sedate and extinguish desire.
It destroys the natural innocence of desire, dismantles its horizons,
And replaces them with a driven and atrophied possessiveness.
This greed is now poisoning the earth and impoverishing its people
Having has become the sinister enemy of being.

To the judgmental eye, everything is closed in definitive frames.
When the judgemental eye looks out, it sees things in terms of line and squares.
It is always excluding and separating,
And therefore it never sees in a compassionate or celebratory way.
To see is to do judge.
Sadly, the judgmental eye is always equally harsh with itself.
It sees only the image of its tormented interiority projected outward from itself.
The judgemental eye harvests the reflected surface and calls it truth.
It enjoys neither the forgiveness nor imagination to see deeper into the ground of things
Where Truth is paradox.
An externalist, image-driven culture is the corollary of such an ideology of facile judgement.

To the resentful eye, everything is begrudged.
People who have allowed the canker of resentment into their vision can never enjoy
Who they are or what they have.
They re always looking out towards others with resentment.
Perhaps they are resentful because they see others as more beautiful, more gifted, or richer than themselves.
The resentful eye lives out of its poverty and forgets its own inner harvest.

To the indifferent eye, nothing calls or awakens.
Indifference is one of the hallmarks of our times.
It is said that indifference is necessary for power;
To hold control one has to be successfully indifferent to the needs and vulnerabilities
Of those under control.
Thus indifference calls for a great commitment to nonvision.
To ignore things demands incredible mental energy.
Without even knowing it, indifference can place you beyond the frontiers of compassion, healing, and love.
When you become indifferent, you give all your power away.
Your imagination becomes fixated in the limbo of cynicism and despair.

To the inferior eye, everyone else is greater.
Others are more beautiful, brilliant, and gifted than you.
The inferior eye is always looking away from its own treasures.
It can never celebrate its own presence and potential.
The inferior eye is blind to its secret beauty.
The human eye was never designed to look up in a way that inflates the Other to superiority,
Nor to look down, reducing the Other to inferiority.
To look someone in the eye is a nice testament to truth, courage, and expectation.
Each one stands on common, but different, ground.


To the loving eye, everything is real.

This art of love is neither sentimental nor naive.

Such love is the greatest criterion of truth, celebration, and reality.

Kathleen Raine, a Scottish poet, says that unless you see a thing in the light of love, You do not see it at all.

Love is the light in which we see light.

Love is the light in which we see each thing in its true origin, nature and destiny.

If we could look at the world in a loving way, then the world would rise up before us

Full of invitation, possibility and depth.

The loving eye can coax pain, hurt, and violence toward transfiguration and renewal.

The loving eye is bright

Because it is autonomous and free.

It can look lovingly upon anything.

The loving vision does not become entangled in the agenda of power, seduction, opposition, or complicity.

Such vision is creative and subversive.

It rises above the pathetic arthimetic of blame and judgement

And engages experience at the level of its origin, structure and destiny.

The loving eye sees through and beyond image and effects the deepest change.

Vision is central to your presence and creativity.

To recognize how you see things can bring you self-knowledge

And enable you to glimpse the wonderful treasures your life secretly holds.


(quoted from Anam Cara - by John O'Donohue)



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The other senses

Taste and Speech

The sense of taste is subtle and complex.

The tongue is the organ of taste and also the organ of speech.

Taste is one of the casualties of our modern world.

Since we are under such pressure and stress,

We have so little time to taste the food we eat.

An old friend of mine often says that food is love.

At a meal in her house one has to take one’s time and bring patience

and mindfulness to the meal.

We have no longer a sense of the decorum appropriate to eating.

We have lost the sense of ritual, presence, and intimacy that were elemental to any meal;

We no longer sit down to meals in the old way.

One of the most famous qualities of the Celtic people was hospitality.

As stranger always received a meal.

This courtesy was observed before any other business was undertaken.

When you celebrate a meal, you also taste the flavours of which you are normally unaware.

Much modern food lacks flavour completely; even while it is growing, it is forced

with artificial fertilizers and sprayed with chemicals.

Consequently it has none of the taste of nature.

As a result, for most people, their sense of taste has become severely dulled.

The fast-food metaphor provides a deep clue to the poverty of sensibility

And the lack of taste in modern culture.

This is also clearly mirrored in our use of language.

The tongue, the organ of taste, is also the organ of speech.

Many of the words we use are of the fast-food spiritual variety.

These words are too thin to echo experience;

They are too weak to bring the inner mystery of things to real expression.

In our rapid and externalized world,

Language has become ghostlike, abbreviated to code and lable.

Words that would mirror the soul carry the loam of substance and the shadow of the divine.

The sense of silence and darkness behind the words in more ancient cultures,

Particularly in folk culture,

Is absent in the modern use of language.

Language is full of acronyms;

Nowadays we are impatient of words that carry with them histories and associations.

Rural people have a great sense of language.

There is a sense of phrasing that is poetic and alert.

The force of the intuition and spark of recognition slip swiftly into deft phrase.

One of the factors that makes spoken English in Ireland so interesting

Is the colourful ghost of the Gaelic language behind it.

This imbues the use of English with great color, nuance, and power.

Yet the attempt to destroy Gaelic (or any culture’s language)

Is one of the most destructive acts of violence of colonization.

Cultural languages of a people, such as Gaelic, are poetic and powerful languages,

They carry the culture’s memory.

When you steal a people’s language, you leave their soul bewildered.

Poetry is the place
Where language in its silence
Is most beautifully articulated.
Poetry is the language of silence.
If you look at a page of prose,
It is crowded with words.
If you look at a page of poetry,
The slim word shapes are couched
In the empty whiteness of the page.
The page is a place of silence
Where the contour of the word
Is edged
And the expression heightened
In an intimae way.
It is interesting to look
At your language
And the words
That you tend to use
To see
If you can hear a stillness
Or silence.
Invigorate and renew
Your language.
Expose yourself
To poetry.
In poetry your language
Will find cleansing
Illumination
And sensuous renewal.


(quoted from Anam Cara - by John O'Donohue)
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Fragrance and Breath

The sense of smell or fragrance is deft and immediate.

Experts tell us that smell is the most faithful of all the senses in terms of memory.

The smell of one’s childhood still remain within.

It is incredible how a simple scent can bring back years to an experience you had long forgotten.

Animals, of course, work wonderfully with the sense of smell.

To take dogs for a walk is to realize how differently they experience landscape.

They are glued to trails of scent and enjoy complete adventure,

Tracing invisible smell pathways everywhere.

Each day we breath 23,040 times;

We have 5 million olfactory cells,

The sense of smell is vital to the sense of life.


Traditionally, the breath was understood as the pathway through which the soul entered the body.

Breaths come in pairs except the first breath and the last breath.

As the deepest level, breath is sister of spirit.

One of the most ancient words for spirit is the Hebrew word Ruah.

Ruah denotes pathos, passion, and emotion – a state of the soul.

The word suggests that God was like breath and wind

Because of the incredible passion and pathos of divinity.

Breath is also deeply appropriate as a metaphor because divinity, like breath is invisible.

The world of thought resides in the air.

All of our thoughts happen in the air element.

Our greatest thoughts come to us from the generosity of the air.

It is here that the idea of inspiration is rooted –

You inspire or breath in the thoughts concealed in the air element.

Inspiration can never be programmed.

You can prepare, making yourself ready to be inspired,

Yet it is spontaneous and unpredictable.

It breaks the patterns of repetition and expectation.

Inspiration is always a surprising visitor.

To labor in the world of learning, research, or in the artistic world,

One attempts again and again to refine one’s sense of readiness

So that the great images of thoughts can approach and be received.

The sense of smell includes the sensuality of fragrance,

But the dynamic of breathing also takes in the deep world of prayer and meditation,

Where through the rhythm of the breath you come down

into your own primordial level of soul.

Through breath meditation, you begin to experience a place within you

That is absolutely intimate with the divine ground.

Your breathing and the rhythm of your breathing can return you

To your ancient belonging, to the home, as Eckhart says, that you have never left,

Where you always live, the home of spiritual belonging.

(quoted from Anam Cara - by John O'Donohue)
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True Listening is Worship

With the sense of hearing, we listen to creation.

One of the great thresholds in reality is the threshold between sound and silence.

All good sounds have silence near, behind, and within them.

The first sound that every human hears is the sound of the mother’s

Heartbeat in the dark lake water of the womb.

This is the reason for our ancient resonance with the drum as a musical instrument.

The sound of the drum brings us consolation because it brings us back to

That time when we were at one with the mother’s heartbeat.

That was a time of complete belonging.

No separation had yet opened;

So we were completely in unity with another person.

P.J. Curtis, the great Irish authority on rhythm and blues music,

Often says that the search for meaning is really the search for the chord.

When the lost chord is discovered by humankind, the discord in the world will be healed

And the symphony of the universe will come into complete harmony with itself.


It is lovely to have the gift of hearing.

It is said that deafness is worse than blindness,

Because you are isolated in an inner world of terrible silence.

Even though you can see people and world around you,

To be outside the reach of sound and human voice is vey lonely.

There is a very important distinction to be made between listening and hearing.

Sometimes we listen to things, but we never hear them.

True listening brings us in touch even with that which is unsaid and unsayable.

Sometimes the most important thresholds of mystery are places of silence.

To be genuinely spiritual is to have a great respect for the possibilities and presence of silence.

Martin Heidegger says that true listening is worship.

When you listen with your soul, you come into rhythm and unity with the music of the universe.

Through friendship and love, you learn to attune yourself to the silence,

To the threshold of mystery where your life enters the life of another and the other enters yours.


Poets are people who become utterly dedicated to the threshold where silence and language meet.

One of the most crucial tasks of the poet’s vocation is to find his or her own voice.

When you begin to write, you feel you are writing fine poetry;

Then you read other poets only to find that they have already written similar poems.

You realize that you were unconsciously imitating them.

It takes a long time to sift through the more superficial voices of your own gift

In order to enter into the deep signature and tonality of your Otherness.

When you speak from that deep, inner voice,

You are really speaking from the unique tabernacle of your own presence.

There is a voice within you that no one, not even you, has ever heard.

Give yourself the opportunity of silence and begin to develop your listening in order to hear,

Deep within yourself, the music of your own spirit.


Music is after all the most perfect sound to meet the silence.

When you really listen to music,

You begin to hear the beautiful way it constellates and textures the silence,

How it brings out the hidden mystery of silence.

The echo of the gentle membrane where sound meets silence becomes deftly audible.

Long before humans arrived on earth, there was an ancient music here.

Yet one of the most beautiful gifts that humans have brought to the earth is music.

In great music, the ancient longing of the earth finds a voice.

The wonderful conductor Sergiu Celibidache said,

“We do not create music; we only create the conditions so that she can appear.”

Music ministers to the silence and solitude of nature;

It is one of the most powerful, immediate, and intimate of sensuous experiences.

Music is, perhaps, the art form that brings us closer in the eternal because it changes immediately

And irreversibly the way we experience time.

When we are listening to beautiful music, we enter into the eternal dimension of time.

Transitory, broken linear time fades away, and we come into the circle of belonging within the eternal.

The Irish writer Sean O’Faolain said,

“In the presence of great music we have no alternative but to live nobly.”

(quoted from Anam Cara - by John O'Donohue)
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The Language of Touch

Our sense of touch connects us to the world in an intimate way.

As the mother of distance, the eye shows us that we are outside things.

Touch and the world of touch bring us out of the anonymity of distance

Into the intimacy of belonging.

Humans use their hands to touch – to explore, to trace, and to feel the world outside of them

Hands are beautiful.

Kant said that the hand is the visible expression of the mind.

With your hands, you reach out to touch the world.

In human touch, hands find the hands, face, or body of the Other.

Touch brings presence home.

The activity of touch brings us close to the world of the Other.

It is the opposite of the eye, which readily translates its objects into intellectual terms.

The eye appropriates according to its own logic.

But touch confirms the Otherness of the body it touches.

It cannot appropriate, it can only bring its objects closer and closer.

We use the word touching to describe a story that moves us deeply.

Touch is the sense through which we experience pain.

There is nothing hesitant or blurred in the contact that pain makes with us.

It reaches the core of our identity directly, awakening our fragility and desperation.


It is recognized now that every child needs to be touched.

Touch communicates belonging, tenderness, and warmth,

Which fosters self-confidence, self-worth, and poise in the child.

Touch has such power, because we live inside the wonderful world of skin.

Our skin is alive and breathing, always, active and ever present.

Human beings share such tenderness and fragility because we live not within shells

But within skin, which is always sensitive to the force, touch, and presence of the world.



Touch is one of the most immediate and direct of the senses.

The language of touch is a language in itself.

Touch is also subtle and distinctive and holds within itself great refinement of memory.

A concert pianist came to visit a friend.

He asked her if she would like him to play something for her.

He said, “At the moment I have a lovely piece from Schubert, in my hands.”


The world of touch includes the whole world of sexuality;

That is probably the most tender aspect of human presence.

When you are this intimate with someone, you have let them right into your world.

The world of sexuality is a sacred world of presence.

The world of Eros is one of the devastated causalities of contemporary commercialism and greed.

George Steiner has written powerfully about this.

He shows how the words of intimacy, the night words of eros and affection,

The secred words of love, have been vacated in the neon day of greed and consumerism.

We desperately need to retrieve these gentle and sacred words of touch

In order to be able to engage our full human nature.

When you look at your inner world of soul, ask yourself

How your sense of touch has developed.

How do you actually touch things?

Are you alive or awakened to the power of touch both as a sensuous and tender and healing force?

A retrieval of touch can bring a new depth into your life;

And it can heal, strengthen you, and bring you closer to yourself.


Touch is such an immediate sense.

It can bring you in from the false world, the famine world of exile and image.

Rediscovering the sense of touch returns you to the hearth of your own spirit,

Enabling you to experience again warmth, tenderness, belonging.

At the highest moments of human intensity, words become silent.

Then the language of touch really speaks.

When you are lost in the black valley of pain, words grow frail and dumb.

To be embraced and held warmly brings only shelter and consolation.

Conversely, when you are completely happy,

Touch becomes an ecstatic language.


Touch offers the deepest clue to the mystery of encounter, awakening, and belonging.

It is the secret, affective content of every connection and association.

The energy, warmth, and invitation of touch come ultimately from the divine.

The Holy Spirit is the wild and passionate side of God,

The tactile spirit whose touch is around you, bringing you close to yourself and to others.

The Holy Spirit makes these distances attractive,

And laces them with fragrances of affinity and belonging.

Graced distances make strangers friends.

Your beloved and your friends were once strangers.

Somehow at a particular time, they come from the distance toward your life.

Their arrival seemed so accidental and contingent.

Now your life is unimaginable without them.

Similarly, your identity and vision are composed of a certain constellation of ideas

And feelings that surfaced from the depths of distance within you.

To lose these now would be to lose yourself.

You live and move on divine ground.


The world of Celtic spirituality is completely at home with the rhythm and wisdom of the senses.

When you read Celtic nature poetry, you see that all the senses are alerted:

You hear the sound of the winds, you taste the fruits, and above all you get a wonderful sense

Of how nature touches human presence.

In Celtic spirituality, we find a new bridge between the visible and invisible;

This comes to expression beautifully in its poetry and blessings.

These two worlds are no longer separate.

They flow naturally, gracefully, and lyrically in and out of each other.



A Blessing for the Senses

May your body be blessed.
May you realize that your body is a faithful and beautiful
friend of your soul.
And may you be peaceful and joyful and recognize that your
senses are sacred thresholds.
May you realize that holiness is mindful, gazing, feeling,
hearing, and touching.
May your senses gather you and bring you home.
May your senses always enable you to celebrate the universe
and the mystery and possibilities in your presence here.
May the Eros of the Earth bless you.



(quoted from Anam Cara - by John O'Donohue)
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