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God In All Things
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This podcast hopes to find God in all things, mulling over questions about God from an Ignatian perspective, reflecting on scripture, and being attentive to how God permeates the moments of our exciting and mundane life. For more, visit GodInAllThings.com.
 
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Discernment of major decisions, like having a job you love or choosing where you live, are a privilege.By Andy Otto.
 
How can you use Marie Kondō's tidying method to declutter your spiritual life. It's simple Ignatian discernment.By Andy Otto.
 
In the 2018 film Christopher Robin, we see Winnie the Pooh and Christopher Robin standing on a bridge chatting. Christopher Robin asks Pooh what he loves doing best. “Going to see you,” […]By Andy Otto.
 
Our call is to collaborate with God in the work of the kingdom. This is the final talk in the series Cultivate Your Faith.By Andy Otto.
 
Reconciliation is all about old things passing away. This is the second talk in our series, Cultivate Your Faith.By Andy Otto.
 
What does it mean to pray well? This is the first of three talks from a series on cultivating your faith.By Andy Otto.
 
What does a homeless man choosing the colour of his donated gloves and a child choosing which snack to eat have in common? The dignity of choice.By Andy Otto.
 
A new audio examen on how we've been taken, blessed, broken, and given.By Andy Otto.
 
Ignatian spirituality can be summed up in the few paragraphs at the beginning of the Exercises: sharing life with God and responding in gratitude to God's gifts in freedom.By Andy Otto.
 
The way Jesus radically loves doesn't make sense if you use the criteria of this world.By Andy Otto.
 
Take, Lord, my understanding. Ignatius' prayer calls us to mystery and unknowing.By Andy Otto.
 
What does Jesus mean when he talks about God's "kingdom"? He spends a lot of time offering many metaphors for it.By Andy Otto.
 
Ignatius says our purpose is to praise, reverence, and serve God. But this sounds like a rather selfish God.By Andy Otto.
 
God’s incarnation makes sacred our very decisions and even the process of discernment. Every decision we make becomes an incarnation, a little Christmas through which God enters the world.By Andy Otto.
 
People had to discern John the Baptist’s message. Was he the messiah? What were the signs they saw? Discernment includes many signs, consolation and desolation, and movements from the spirits that prepare the way to a choice.By Andy Otto.
 
God illumines a light into the world through the Annunication. Mary’s yes comes in a place of freedom, hope, and not clinging. Ignatius gives us several exercises for making decisions with this kind of freedom.By Andy Otto.
 
Incarnation occurs all the time, even in our decisions. We are in a whirl of confusion and feel like we’re in darkness. Advent is a time of sitting with those raw feelings and emotions because discernment begins with observation.By Andy Otto.
 
A four-week series on Ignatian discernment.By Andy Otto.
 
Perhaps it's time to re-form our understanding of salvation – and our image of God.By Andy Otto.
 
Ever notice that everyone around Jesus is always grumbling, but Jesus takes a different approach?By Andy Otto.
 
Ignatius offers some guidelines on eating and our relationship with food.By Andy Otto.
 
Genuine freedom is trusting that in God all will be well. This frees us to love our enemies.By Andy Otto.
 
There are some who live lives of anger and hurt, and they seek to continue to feed their pain. This is a sign of the evil spirit or, in the language of Eckhart Tolle, the "pain-body". They key is not identifying ourselves with it.By Andy Otto.
 
The deep desires God plants within our hearts are ultimately oriented to the unfolding of God's Kingdom; this includes discovering who we're meant to be.By Andy Otto.
 
For the Feast of St Ignatius, this is a re-post of the story of the Suppression and Restoration of the Jesuits.By Andy Otto.
 
It is human nature to engage memory in bettering ourselves. Memory is an integral part of Ignatian spirituality and a primary way God speaks to us.By Andy Otto.
 
A conversation with Tim Muldoon on how Ignatian principles can be applied to all kinds of relationships.By Andy Otto.
 
A look at Ignatius' more subtle rules for the Discernment of Spirits. This is the final part of a three-part series on Ignatius’ Rules for the Discernment of Spirits.By Andy Otto.
 
A look at the basic rules for the Discernment of Spirits. This is the second part of a three-part series on Ignatius' Rules for the Discernment of Spirits.By Andy Otto.
 
How do we know the voice of God from the voice of the evil one? This is the first part of a three-part series on Ignatius' Rules for the Discernment of Spirits.By Andy Otto.
 
Did you know Ignatius presented two variations of the Examen in the Spiritual Exercises? I walk you through the version you may be less familiar with and how you can apply it to your daily life.By Andy Otto.
 
Family relationships truly images the divine desire for union with us. Mothers particularly model the kind of dedication and sacrifice God offers us.By Andy Otto.
 
It's a simple question that can help us uncover a more meaningful Christian life.By Andy Otto.
 
Pope Francis' new apostolic exhortation is very Ignatian.By Andy Otto.
 
Ignatian spirituality says that God shares the deep desires of our heart, but what if they never come to fruition?By Andy Otto.
 
A new audio track to guide you through the imaginative prayer process with a passage of scripture.By Andy Otto.
 
Are your efforts to create a prayer routine a failure? The Taoist concept of Wu wei may give some relief.By Andy Otto.
 
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