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Learning to Love
the Spaces in Between

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Contributors include:

  • Bruce Parry

  • Caroline Myss

  • Dr Eben Alexander

  • Neale Donald Walsch

  • Phyllis Currott

  • Denise Linn

  • Yasmin Boland

  • Dr Robert Holden

  • Satish Kumar

  • Dr Mike Dow

  • Glennie Kindred

You have left the tried and tested but you haven't yet arrived at the next place or thing, you are floating in between, in liminal space. What are liminal spaces and how can we use them to better navigate change and uncertainty? 

The word liminal comes from the Latin word 'limen' meaning threshold. In its literal sense, a threshold is a doorway. 'Liminal' is often used to describe the gateway between two stages.

A liminal space can be a metaphysical state - the place between sleep and wakefulness, between life and death - the transition period between one life event and the next; or it can be a physical space - the coastline between sea and shore, an empty art gallery,  the 'thin places'.

In an age where so much importance is placed on facts and explanations, the feelings we derive from liminal 'unknown' spaces can disrupt our equilibrium. Yet these 'spaces in between' are often where insight, creativity and inspiration are found.

In this book, I explore how we can learn and grow through our experiences of liminality. Featuring contributions from leading luminaries, it highlights the ways we can navigate and embrace liminal experiences to enhance our wellbeing and understanding of the world.

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