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Åndelig vejledning – Ådalen Retræte

Extra Resources to accompany the programme Here are a few extra resources – the english version of the documents handed out in Danish, and also some video resources and links to some of the books that are relevant. At the moment, I’m still compiling this page, so there are quite a few resources that aren’t

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Three Case Studies A A relatively young ordinand who has come to spiritual direction because they were told they should have a spiritual director while training. The conversation is rather stilted with some awkward pauses. What should I talk about? What do I say now? After a bit you get into exploring their prayer life.

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No Time Like the Present

The ways we enable and hinder the encounter with God within the Spiritual Direction session A day event for the London Centre For Spiritual Direction 8 January 2021 and for the Birmingham Forum for Spiritual Directors 19 May 2021 Spiritual Direction can easily drift in to talking about God. This is worthy conversation, as we explore what

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Journeying with Jesus

Meditation series for the liturgical year By Stony Paths: Holy Week 2020 Podcast series (10 episodes) Beyond the Empty Tomb: Easter 2020 podcast series (6 episodes) Advent, Christmas and Epiphany: 2020/21 A series of web based meditations (6 episodes) All Shall Be Well?: Holy Week 2021 podcast series (8 episodes)

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Holding Space

A short programme for those involved in the formation of spiritual directors. 24th and 25th June 2021 10am – 1pm each day ‘Holding space’ is one way of describing a part of what we ‘do’ when we meet with someone as a spiritual director.  But what is the nature of our ‘holding’ and what is

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‘Take a Deeper Breath…’ A Day with Julian of Norwich

Take a deeper breath… with Julian of Norwich A Quiet Day with Nick Helm Julian lived an age of the black death and social and ecclesial upheaval. In the midst of this she was given a profound experience of the love of God. We live and minister in an age of pandemic, and significant social

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