Ignatian Mindfulness: Your Guide to Practicing Discernment

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With brilliant insights and exceptional teaching, this course will enrich your spiritual life.

The Spiritual Exercises is the greatest guide for discernment ever written. Five hundred years after its publication, it remains a vital resource for hundreds of retreat centers, schools, and religious congregations around the world. St. Ignatius' manual for spiritual growth has given guidance and joy to countless retreatants and learners.

This 12 lecture course explores the exercises with fresh eyes. Award-winning author and Boston College professor Tim Muldoon delivers lively presentations that speak to the hearts of men and women from all walks of life. Grounded in Ignatian spirituality, it draws on wisdom from remarkable men and women across religious traditions, giving you innovative and practical methods of discernment amid the bustle of modern life.

You'll explore lives of mission whose examples will inspire you to lead a life given in service to God and others, giving you greater purpose and love. You will also discover fresh approaches to daily practices of reflection, prayer, and contemplation. Like Ignatius, you will heal past pains, notice God's ever-present work, make more life-giving choices, and observe the daily movements of your consolations and desolations.

Discernment is not only a practice but also a journey toward self-knowledge. Step back from today's distractions, and see the flame of joy alight in all things.

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"Tim Muldoon has spent his academic life challenging people to become better individuals, better parents, and better christians. By delving into the fresh waters of the Christian tradition, ignatian spirituality, and contemporary theology, Tim has provided interesting arguments and thought-provoking metaphors to approach God, the Church and the world in new and ever engaging ways." (Tomeu Estelrich, director, Center for Ignatian Spirituality at Boston College)

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  • BDH
  • 17/07/2018

Well worth the listen!

The narrator was easy to listen to and was very engaging. I really appreciated the insights given on the spiritual life. I will definitely listen again.

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  • Maya
  • 13/01/2020

Exactly what I needed to calm me in my rushed life

What a great reminder to just stop and smell the roses already! This audiobook will talk you through how to get past the daily distractions that make most of us frequently feel that we're not in control of where we're headed in life, all those things that keep us so busy we're just trying to stay afloat. Prof. Muldoon talks about how these things often make us forget what even gives us purpose. I really like what he has to say about fragmentation of consciousness and multi-tasking. This dovetails really well with a title on meditation I got from Learn25 recently.

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  • Jarrod Dillon
  • 14/12/2019

Very good

One of the best series of lectures that I’ve heard. I actually listened to them twice.