“Above all,  trust in the slow work of God.”     

  See “Heart of Fire” Poetry page.

Through Creative-Spiritual-Directions.com   I am providing a sacred space for discovery of what is real and important in our lives at this time.  The blog is backed up by a range of select articles, links  and resources for you to pursue your particular direction.

By reflection on our own life journey … we can fashion our story  ….
Allow yourself to receive and as Pierre Teilhard de Chardin,  suggests:

 “Above all,  trust in the slow work of God.” 

By listening to our own voice we may hear our heart’s desires and come to know the still small voice within. Consider making a regular time of quiet for yourself … a space in time that is yours alone.  Contemplation starts with simply setting oneself apart  …  quietening the outer to turn inward.  Our spiritual journey starts with this one step daily.

I am an enthusiastic Christian and creative Spiritual Director, practicing in Melbourne.  I qualified in Spiritual Direction through Heart of Life Spirituality Centre, Melbourne and a member of CSD (Conference of Spiritual Directors), Australia.

My creative background comes from visual arts and community development and I am currently undertaking my Masters in Therapeutic Arts Practice.


I welcome the opportunity to share insights and spirituality on the blog.  I am available for individual or small group work in creative and spiritual direction.

I provide flexible sessions to foster individuals finding the voice of their inner feelings and gathering seeds of insight for reflection.

Follow  this blog and share with companions on the journey of Creative-Spiritual-Directions your experiences, encounters, questions and musings.



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