from Laura Park, Managing Director, Unity Consulting
I was talking recently about Spirit Map with Kate Tucker, a retired minister and spiritual director here in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area. She drew the rough sketch above about how she saw Spirit Map working in people’s lives. I just loved her metaphor and so I begged her to let me share it, even though it wasn’t as polished as she might have wanted it.
Kate described the spiritual life as a deep wellspring, represented by the horizontal flowing lines. Way up above, where the trees are, a person (the stick figure) lives their life. Spirit Map, Kate said, offers a tap into the wellspring of spirit, offers a clear description of many aspects of that spiritual life, creating channels for the water to flow up and hydrate. There is still mystery, still the unpredictable spiritual journey, but Spirit Map gives language to engage with that mystery and that journey more intentionally.
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