Audio Meditations

Below are several audio meditations God In All Things has produced. Just click on the link to access the audio and to download the file.


A Meditation for New Beginnings – New year? New child? New job? New move? A meditation for any new beginning!
Anytime Examen – Pray this examen any time of day. It takes just two minutes, so now you have no excuse to pray!
Morning Examen Morning Examen – This version of the Examen is to be prayed in the morning, assessing your desires, feelings, and possible challenges as you face a new day.
Evening Examen Evening Examen – To be prayed at the close of the day, this examen gives you the chance to reflect on how God was at your side during the day.
The Grace I Seek – Saint Ignatius often recommends that before prayer we ask God for “what I want and desire”. This two-part daily audio meditation will help you ask yourself, “What is the grace I seek?” Morning and Before Bed tracks are meant to bookend your day.
Who Am I Logo Who Am I? – God just wants us to be more ourselves. This meditation will help us ask three key questions about our potential for wholeness: Where have I been? What are the tensions of my being? And, What within me am I being called to develop?
DOTH Logo Desires of the Heart – This ten-part series walks you through the basic elements of Ignatian spirituality and includes a meditation relevant to the week’s theme.
Discerning Advent Week 1 Discerning Advent – Learn about discernment and decision-making in the light of the mystery of the Incarnation. Using the four weeks of Advent, the series is less meditation and more reflection.

7 replies

  1. What happened to the meditation that used Psalm 139? I can’t remember the title. It was my favorite, especially to use with directees.

  2. andy, just discovered your blog today. am grateful for your writing and guidance, with generous resources given. God bless you, Andy.

  3. I just found your website yesterday. And I’m so excited to find all these beautiful examine prayers and morning and night prayers. Thank you for this God bless you

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