By Dr. Roslyn “Roz” Weiner QUESTION: I’m curious if you have noticed a connection between participation in one of your S.D. groups and one’s ability
Spiritual direction and companionship inspires people to experience authenticity in their lives as they connect with and explore the ground of all being, that deepest of truths which is beyond life and death and goes by many names, including God, and no name at all.
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By Maryanne V. Tuite It was a warm June afternoon in 1984 as I arrived at the Brothers’ House of Prayer and rang the doorbell
By Haviva Ner-David I am the officiating rabbi at a ceremony at the ritual immersion pool that I founded and where I officiate ceremony and
New Mission Statement: “Cultivating the Practices of Deep Listening and Spiritual Presence Across Faith Traditions and Spiritual Orientations”
Editor’s note: This message is from the SDI executive director on behalf of the SDI Coordinating Council. It is also published in this month’s edition
By Beth G. Raps, PhD And did you get what you wanted from this life, even so? I did. And what did you want? To
By Joan Alexander A peer can mean someone who is the same age or same social status as you, like a colleague or an associate.
By Dr. Janice Lundy, DMin, MPC Many years ago when I was training to be a spiritual director, the kindly Sister who led the program