There are countless paths to Spirit within and beyond the traditions we might be familiar with. Yet our own stories—including the events and elements of our lives that we struggle with the most—can be Holy ground for meeting the Divine Presence of our understanding. Passages we often view through a secular lens—grief, divorce, medical challenges, career shifts, creative endeavors, identity quests, recovery commitments—belong as much to our soul journeys as do questions of faith. Spiritual direction invites us to approach all of our experiences with a compassionate heart and contemplative practice.
As a spiritual director, I hold clients' stories as sacred. I see spiritual direction as a container for resting and exploring within the well of deep Holiness. I offer compassionate witness to where people find themselves along the path at this time, whether moving through loss or endings, venturing a new beginning, or keeping faith in a "middle" time.