Mary Kennedy & Deirdre Ní Chinnéide Journey to the Well: Connecting to Celtic Ways and Wisdom

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For sisters Mary Kennedy and Deirdre Ni Chinneide, spirituality has been at the centre of their lives since childhood. Their home in St Brigid's Road in Clondalkin, Dublin, was around the corner from a holy well, a place that signalled family, community, and divine ritual.

Drawing on Celtic spirituality - a key focus in Deirdre's work as a psychotherapist, retreat leader and singer, and a long-held area of interest for much-loved broadcaster and author Mary - in Journey to the Well, the sisters share a voyage, as they invite us to journey with them through the Celtic seasons of Samhain, Imbolc, Bealtaine, and Lughnasa.

Sharing stories, lore, and healing words, these pages reconnect us with the often forgotten or neglected roots of our heritage - as we come through a time of global change and turmoil - reminding us of that which is permanent yet fluid, as symbolised by the healing waters of a well.

Journey to the Well is a book of connection that celebrates the divine within each of us.

About the Author

One of Ireland's best-loved broadcasters, Mary Kennedy's career in RTE has spanned more than three decades, including presenting the Eurovision Song Contest in 1995, along with, for many years, RTE's flagship programme Nationwide. She is author of the best-selling books What Matters, Lines I Love, Paper Tigers; and Lines for Living. A mum of four, she lives in Dublin. Deirdre Ni Chinneide is a composer, singer, psychotherapist, spiritual director and workshop facilitator.

The Aran islands off the west coast of Ireland provides a special setting for her retreat work and was the place of inspiration for her music. She has released two CDs. Celtic Passage, a journey of the heart, won Celtic Album of the year. She recently recorded her second album I will Sing for You, songs to soothe the soul. Journey to the Well is her first book.

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