Discovering Audacious Love

Finding Deep Happiness in Everyday life

by Mary Jo Mc Veigh


Select Format

Softcover
£7.95
Hardcover
£20.28
Softcover
£7.95

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 3/13/2013

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 150
ISBN : 9781452509105
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 150
ISBN : 9781452509129

About the Book

Sacred Heart of Love,

I place myself in you.

Sacred Heart of Love,

place yourself in me

What turned a shy sombre child into a passionate women? In Discovering Audacious Love Mary Jo reveals how this transformation came about. Discovering Audacious Love brings the reader right into Mary Jo’s childhood home, close beside her hospital bed, high up into mountains and deep into luscious forests. But more importantly it takes the reader lovingly into the center of her Celtic heart. Discovering Audacious Love shows how at a very young age this timid Belfast child unknowingly set foot on the ancient path of the Celtic mystics only to discover many years later what called her to embark on this journey – LOVE: A Love Mary Jo feels is within and all around each and every one of us. A Divine love; an eternal love; a beautiful Love. A Love that Mary Jo calls her Audacious Love.

“Mary Jo McVeigh “audaciously” and eloquently shares her personal journey to become the innovative and inspiring health care professional that we should all aspire to be. A fascinating and challenging introspection that cannot help but enhance one’s own journey and practice.”

—Cathy Howells (OAM), Physiotherapist and International Best Selling Author of “The Amputee Coach- Empowering You to Walk Well, Be Fit and Enjoy Life!” Global Publishing Group, Victoria, Australia.


About the Author

Mary Jo Mc Veigh is the founder of Cara House, Centre for Resilience and Recovery, located in Sydney, Australia. She completed her Master Degree in Social work in 1986 in Belfast Ireland and brings a creative diversity of wisdom to her work.

She been a guest speaker on TV and radio shows as well as publishing in professional journals and presenting at National and international conferences. She was a NSW women of the year award nominee in 2010 for her work with children and adults traumatised by abuse.