Spiritual direction is an ancient art form that helps people explore their own spirituality.
Simply put, it is like professional supervision but with a focus on awakening to the divine mystery in all life and working out how to creatively interact with that in your own unique way. Spiritual direction helps people tell and make sense of their sacred stories.
My interest in this comes from a lifelong engagement with what we might mean by God, theological and pastoral care training, previous work as an Anglican priest, and experience in teaching, pastoral care, and leadership roles. It is also inspired by engagement with Jungian spirituality through my ongoing analysis.
My focus is on helping people discover their spiritual direction, however that emerges. For some it has religious themes, for others it is a pathway that draws from a wide range of sources, creativity, and ideas.
Timing: One-hour sessions, usually online.