|I honor the place in you within which the entire Universe dwells.
I honor the place in you of
Love, Truth, Light and Peace.
When you are in That place in you and I am in That place in me,
we are One.
"Walking the spiritual path with practical feet..." (Angeles Arrien)
Providing support, encouragement and direction to spiritual seekers is a longstanding tradition, particularly within the Church.
In ancient time times, priests, prophets, judges, and shamans served as "spiritual directors," or companions to mentor individuals with their inner life. In the early Celtic tradition, a person who acted as a teacher, companion or spiritual guide was called anam cara. Anam is the Gaelic word for soul and cara is the word for friend..."soul friend" as someone to share the soul's journey with it's gentle stirrings and deepest longings.
"People say that what we're all seeking is a meaning for life...I think that what we're really seeking is an experience of being alive, so that our life experiences on the purely physical plane will have resonance within our innermost being and reality, so that we can actually feel the rapture of being alive." Joseph Campbell
Spiritual Companionship offers an opportunity to explore our yearnings for an awareness, deeper understanding and relationship with that "something more" that gives meaning to our lives as well as our place in the mystery of creation.
Spiritual Companionship is not psychotherapeutic counseling.
Instead, a Spiritual Companion operates within a more focused set of issues that most seekers face at some point in their journey.
A Spiritual Companion is someone who is interested in your journey, and willing to walk with you wherever you are now and into whatever's next.
"Life is going to unfold however it does: pleasant or unpleasant, disappointing or thrilling, expected or unexpected, all of the above! What a relief it would be to know that whatever wave comes along, we can ride it out with grace." Sylvia Boorstein
I have been on this journey all of my life...the journey of finding mySelf and my place in the family of things.
My deepest desire is to walk with others who are willing to dive deeply into their own spiritual and personal growth, with an open mind and an open heart.
I believe that we all have a mission in life and that it is our responsibility to uncover and discover this unique expression of being.
The journey of discovery of this mission begins
from the inside...
|So many times we want "something more" in our lives.
We want to work and live in a way that has heart and meaning
and don't really know how or where to begin.
How do we connect with that "something more" and weave it into
our everyday lives?
What would you call forth as
your Life to be Lived?