What if when we were children we were taught how to listen in prayer, not just to “say our prayers”?
Why focus on suffering? Let’s re-orient our perspectives and end on a happy note!
What are the narratives that so affect our lives? Lent is a time to re-evaluate the stories that we tell both to ourselves and to others.
Sometimes the key to finding and experiencing God is recognising our interiors a bit more.
Alexander introduces a version of the Examen for extended periods of time and times of transition.
Why did I choose this path? What brought me here? Sometimes we need to be reminded of why we are where we are.
There are two ways of knowing and in prayer it should be more about the heart than the head.
Sometimes we can get so caught up with the “wow” of externals that we miss the deeper meaning.
Sometimes life is like assembling a piece of Ikea furniture.