Spiritual Directors International Webinars and Webinar Recordings
RECORDINGS NOW AVAILABLE - Ignatian Spirituality is built on the idea of "Finding God in all things." This 4-part webinar series will examine how that deep wisdom and practice is emerging in new ways, including yoga, art, embodiment and women's empowerment. Guided by international teacher, Nita Ng, the course will provide experiential spiritual formation,...
Designed for spiritual directors but open to anyone on a spiritual path, this 4-part webinar series will investigate this ancient wisdom system of the Enneagram. You will learn more about yourself and you will start to see the world through other people’s eyes -- understanding why people think, feel and behave the way they do. Member discount: $20.
The inner experience of a spiritual director in relationship to the spiritual directee; the role of teaching and consultation in supervision; various supervision formats; highlight ways for those with only a few spiritual directees to make use of supervision.
Introduce parents, grandparents, and teachers to some simple mindfulness and meditation practices for young children.
Explore specific practices, tools, and resources for spiritual directors companioning people with addiction and their loved ones, such as prayer, meditation, ritual, and embodied practice.
Providing opportunities for men and women recovering from addiction, mental illness, and homelessness to explore their spirituality.
This webinar will unpack what mercy means and why it matters. In addition, it will look at the unique role a spiritual director has helping others increase their capacity for mercy.
Explore a basic understanding of addiction, codependency, and spirituality including the relationship between trauma, spirituality, and addiction, and discuss possible ways to explore these in spiritual direction.
Rediscover the Spiritual Exercises through the wider lens of our continually evolving universe and our participation in God’s desire and designs for our world.
An inclusive, non-denominational approach to meditation, which can be put into practice by anyone—including you and the people you spiritually companion.
Experience various mindfulness practices to assist in the personal development of compassion, as well as learn specific mindfulness tools to offer others to cultivate compassion.
Develop a voice to share the uniqueness of your spiritual direction ministry and service.