An experience at a speakeasy put me in touch with the spirituality of the senses, all five of them.
Detail in life is oft overlooked but isn’t it the tiny things that make things whole? Awareness is the key to unlocking the gifts of Ignatian spirituality.
C.S. Lewis describes magic as “objective efficacy which cannot be further analysed.” Even explanations lead to further mystery or magic, and this fact witnesses to the existence of God.
Repetition in prayer is very Ignatian, so why not for a real lived experience? Going back to a place or situation may reveal something deeper.
We should have respect and reverence for God, but can we call God a friend? Yes! And here’s why…
“You’re my rock.” – A common expression, but so powerful. The rocks in our life provide stability, trust, and stand the test of time.
What happens when God wants you to be a secret agent?
Magis is about freedom and restless desire for greater things.
The Examen prayer is not just for the end of the day. Start your day with God and assess your desires, feelings, and the possible challenges you face today.