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.

5 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.

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