Sing My Soul
Musings and Meditations Podcast
It's been a long time since I've posted. I'm getting ready to dust off the old posts, organize them into categories and types... stay tuned!
I'm excited about today's podcast. It's a change in the Wednesday prayer experience... I love Lectio Divina, but as a veteran of more than a few Ignatian retreats, I'm happy to share with you an important element of Ignatian spirituality: the daily Examen.
In this version - developed by Fr. George Aschenbrenner, SJ - it focuses on being conscious of the movement of the Holy Spirit in our day... an Examen done in prayer, heart-to-heart, with the goal of maturing our faith and discernment.
Here's a link to the article by Fr. George: LINK TO ARTICLE. If you'd like to read some background, this is the place to do so.
In the podcast I synthesize the steps and lead you in a quick prayer experience. Next week I'll do less explaining and give more space for you to practice this beautiful prayer experience/exercise.
I'm really enjoying creating and posting my podcasts at www.SingMySoul.com - and I'm happy, too, that there are some people listening! A few thoughts on the process and experience so far:
Well... I just finished Week 1 of podcasting! It's been more complicated than I thought it would be, but I'm so glad to be able to create and share this part of myself with everyone again. It's been awhile since I've had the opportunity... and I certainly felt the call... but now I have this avenue.
A lot of the podcasts will be like the mission reflections and stories and my concerts. Please check it out - and subscribe if you would! Here's the link:
And let me know what you think...