"Holy persons draw to themselves all that is earthly. . . . The earth is at the same time mother, She is mother of all that is natural, mother of all that is human. She is the mother of all, for contained in her are the seeds of all." --Hildegard of Bingen
A Soul Guide is a friend to your Soul. LIke the Gaelic "anam cara", a Soul friend listens with compassion as you share what is going on in your heart, your mind, your deepest self. Soul Guiding is known by many names and is most often refered to as Spiritual Direction or Spiritual Companioning.
As a Soul Guide, I support you as you explore your deeper relationship with your spirituality, your unique and every day sacred story. How does your Soul respond to the reality of your Life? Of where you are on the "cosmic wheel"? How does your Soul relate to the Mystery around you? How do you answer the question "Who am I?"
As a Soul Guide, I listen to and mirror back the longings of your Soul. Through this interaction, you are supported as you respond to the "pull" of the Sacred. You explore the hidden parts of yourself and connect with what makes you uniquely vibrate. As you connect with the depths of yourself, you begin to "unmask". You become your own inner, loving, "compassionate observer" and anchor into your Sacred identity.
As a Soul Guide, I offer a variety of ways to encounter your inner Self:
Do you feel the tug? Are you curious? What is vibrating inside of you? To learn more about Soul Guding and how we might walk together, fill out the form below.
"Spiritual direction is the contemplative practice of helping another person or group to awaken to the mystery called God in all of life, and to respond to that discovery in a growing relationship of freedom and commitment."
James Keegan, SJ, Roman Catholic, USA, on behalf of the 2005 Coordinating Council of Spiritual Directors International
Walking Inspiritus partners with Contemplative Outreach of Colorado to offer the spiritual practice of contemplative walking. "The intent of Contemplative Outreach is to foster the process of transformation in Christ to one another through the practice of Centering Prayer." To explore the wide variety of contemplative offerings provided by the center, visit their website here.
As a soul guide, I value the friendships and richness offered by long-standing partner in contemplative walking invitations, Spiritual Direction Colorado. SDCO "envisions a Colorado where spiritual guidance permeates peoples’ lives, faith communities and human organizations, transforming life for all, especially the most vulnerable."
To learn more or to become a member, visit their website here.