religious deconstruction and spiritual reimagination can be a difficult, lonely project.
you don't have to do it alone.
Spiritual Direction is a tradition that provides space for you to explore your spirituality with the companionship of a fellow spiritual wanderer. It is non-judgmental, non-dogmatic, and guided by your own unfolding path.
Spiritual Direction uses the tools of questions, listening, silence, and breath to help you become attuned to how the Universe is speaking to you through your own life. It also provides a confidential environment for discernment to help you make decisions and explore possibilities in your life.
Spiritual Direction is an ideal modality for those navigating significant faith shifts and recovering from traumatic religious experiences, as it does not require (or favor) particular ideas about God. For believers, it is an opportunity to listen to the voice of the Divine however you may understand it. For nonbelievers, it is a way of paying attention to our own lives and the world around us so that we may live in harmony and connection and awareness.
Spiritual Direction does not assume a hierarchical relationship between spiritual companions or allegiance to a religious system. That which you seek is already within you. Spiritual Direction is a space to ask questions of your own deep wisdom and listen for whatever it may say.
That which you seek is already within you. Spiritual Direction is a space to ask questions of your own deep wisdom and listen for whatever it may say.
As a Spiritual Director, I will walk beside you as you navigate this particular moment of your life. Whether you are seeking to deepen your connection to God or trying to find peace in the absence of the God you once believed in, there is room for you here. I have been both a believer and an unbeliever, a devout Christian and an open-hearted Atheist. I bring all of myself to my work as a Spiritual Director.
Once upon a time I believed that if my ideas about God fell apart, my life would become meaningless. Then my ideas about God fell apart. And in the absence of the God I once knew I have found peace that goes beyond understanding. My own life has taught me to find the sacred in the world. I believe that it is available to anyone who takes time to listen.