Truth is the ultimate spiritual companion. And honesty can transform foes into partners. This is a story that has been told as fiction, but its roots are in truth.… Sunrise is the most beautiful part of the day. First light. Don’t matter if there are colors like a picture postcard
Spiritual direction or 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.
The spiritual companions of SDI share their stories on our blog. Receive nourishment, learn a new practice, and gain insight into the healing modality of spiritual companionship through one of the stories shared below.
Wisdom in Hardship – Online Webinar Series for SDI Led by Rabbi Amy Eilberg July-August, 2020 Still time to register – click here Key Definitions Mussar (literally, “correction” or “instruction”) Mussar is a traditional Jewish path of spiritual development that leads to awareness, wisdom, and transformation. . . . The methods
Imagine waking up to the best day of your life — every day. No exception. That’s the promise of mindfulness. Don’t believe me? Did you know that the former Surgeon General of the United States meditates daily and considers mindfulness practice one of his four rules for health? I’m focusing
One of the most liberating things about being a spiritual director is not having an agenda and just trusting the process
Beyond the physical, CHOP is a rite of mourning. It is not a sad funeral. Rather, it is a boisterous and rowdy wake – a testimony to the will of those still alive, demanding to be seen and heard. It is the concretization of the ideals of Hope and Equity – a modelling of an alternate reality to the capitalist world.
Endings are always beginnings. Think of your life story as a circle instead of a straight line and you will see why. This practice, inspired by a poem by Christine Valters Paintner (read it all below), intends to open our awareness to the healing connection between what has been – and who has been – and what is.
He was crying – head down, shoulders moving with his sobs – and without knowing what was causing his deep pain – my heart broke. I began to pray for guidance. How to support him?