Spiritual direction is a practice found in a variety of historical traditions (e.g., Western Christianity, Eastern Orthodoxy, Judaism, and Sufism), but is most commonly associated with Catholicism. The purpose of spiritual direction (also known as spiritual companionship and spiritual guidance) is for a director to be with those who are seeking to deepen their spirituality and relationship with the Divine. Through the process of self-reflection and spiritual guidance, a spiritual director helps individuals become who they were meant to be.
Why am I here? What does a life worth living look like? What is the higher intelligence trying to express through me? In this time of global change and uncertainty, of spiritual indirection, Americans are asking these age-old questions with renewed curiosity.
Henri Nouwen—beloved author, priest, and internationally recognized spiritual master, counselor, and guide—offers gentle wisdom for universal questions of the spiritual life: Who am I? Where have I been and where am I going? Who is God for me? Where do I belong? How can I be of service? As a...
If you want to grow in your faith journey and spiritual life, you might consider getting a spiritual director. Spiritual directors are dedicated to guiding people in the spiritual journey, and helping them explore matters of the soul, faith, and God.
Bestselling author of Return to Love and Law of Divine Compensation, Marianne Williamson shows people how to live without fear or worry in The Gift of Change. The time in which we now live is more difficult and stressful than people are willing to admit.
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