Knowing our desires and fears can shape our life’s journey. Through archetypal stories like fairy tales, we can begin to name our longings and begin to map out our journey to life in the divine.Read More
Within each of us is “inner furniture” that inhibits our full life in God. They can be past hurts, stereotypes, bad memories, religious wounds, and even our images of God. We find many examples in the Gospels of people who are blind to the layout of their inner rooms.Read More
We all struggle with a “shadow side” that gets us anxious or judgemental. Ignatius invites us to externalise this part of ourselves a bit so we can let our true selves emerge, the part of us that is compassionate and loving.Read More
This guide will offer you a process and framework for discerning a particular decision using the approaches and prayer methods in the Ignatian tradition.