A few weeks ago I had the joy to chat with a podcast hostess Carin Heubner from the Ripening podcast about my experiences in Spiritual Direction. Carin is a spiritual director, artist, audio producer, and all around wise, passionate and creative woman. She has become a dear friend to me, and I am thrilled to share this fun episode with you where we got to talk about things that we both care deeply about.
We discussed the impact of silence in our busy worlds, how direction is a space for our sacred stories, and the Finnish art of sauna (Yes, I think it's time for me to visit my father's land soon...). Carin also asked me what I am learning in my work as a Spiritual Director and how this practice is shaping me as a person.
Highlights from the interview:
Working with children and how silence is more approachable to them than we’d think.
Getting creative in the direction space with imagination and creative tools.
God’s nearness and the warmth of His loving presence.
Listen to the podcast here >
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If you are interested in learning more about what the practice of Spiritual Direction is and what it could offer you, listen to some of our earlier Spiritual Direction Panel podcast episodes here.
Or, if you want to meet and have a feel of what a typical Spiritual Direction session with me is like, feel free to get in touch via the contact form below and let's set up a time to meet (either in person in Denver, or via online video call).