Spiritual Direction is a conversation with another whom we trust about the ongoing experience of God in our lives. It is the most intimate of all conversations we can share.
In the Ignatian tradition, it is a 'companioning' rather than a 'directing', for God is always the real director who deals differently with each person.
In Ignatian Spiritual Direction we do not seek for a God in an imagined 'spiritual' world apart from the 'fleshly' comings and goings of our daily lives. We explore the God who is intimately present and acting within the ongoing relations and changing situations of every human life.
This is the God wonderfully revealed to us in the humanity of Jesus of Nazareth.
A skilled and qualified spiritual director works one-to-one with an individual, assisting the person to recognise and respond to a God who communicates with each one in ever new and surprising ways, calling us forward into the future.
For an Appointment for Spiritual Direction with a member of the Faber Centre, Phone or Email the Faber Centre of Ignatian Spirituality.