Spiritual direction is a contemplative practice where we listening deeply to your life and the movement of Spirit. The experience is unique to each person. The topics you bring to the session guide the direction we take in the session. As a spiritual director, I accompany you in your growing relationship with the transcendent through deeply listening and offering reflective questions.
There are many reasons for seeking spiritual direction, such as a desire to listen more closely to God’s calling on your life, to explore new or different spiritual practices, to deepen your prayer life and to enter a period of discernment are few common reasons. If you want to explore meaning in your life, uncover your deepest truest self or to become more open to the presence and movement of the sacred in your life then spiritual direction may be for you.
No particular belief is required for spiritual direction to be beneficial. People of diverse faiths and traditions, the religious and the non-religious alike all find spiritual direction helpful. Anyone with a desire to engage life more deeply, to explore this mystery we call life, our connection with the transcendent, or our inter dependence with all beings may wish to begin spiritual direction.
A good resource for finding a spiritual director is through the recommendation of friends, coworkers, family and others you know. Other resources are the Spiritual Directors International searchable directory and directories offered by particular faith traditions, such as the Unitarian Universalist Spiritual Directors Network. It is important to find a spiritual director whom you feel comfortable with to share your sacred journey. Sometimes, it is helpful to have a spiritual director who shares some of the same type of life experiences as you. Learn more about me and my journey in the About section and through a free informational session.