Thy Kingdom Come

Keep an energy journal - or something similar!

In Ignatian Spirituality we talk about Desolation or Consolation as clues for when we are aligned, or not, with God's purposes for our lives. We might translate these words nowadays as drained and energized.

Track your experiences of being drained versus being energized. If your life or current situation only leaves you feeling drained that may be a sign that you are missing something. This is understandable to a degree with the lockdown, but God can still speak in a lockdown.

Seek ways of allowing that which energizes you to grow.

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