03:00 pm - 06:30 pm
Chapel for Europe
rue Van Maerlant 22-24
Brussels, Belgium, 1040
During this workshop we will focus on main characteristics of Ignatian prayer and spirituality. We will discover St Ignatius of Loyola and his way of being “contemplative in action” and “discovering God in all things”.
Two typical Ignatian prayers will be introduced: the Examen of Conscience (which helps to see how God guides us through life) and Ignatian Bible Meditation (which engages both thoughts and emotions).
There will be a possibility to practice.The trainers will also share their own experience.
Main language will be English.
15:00 sharp introduction and the first part
16:40 tea/coffee break
17:00 second part and evaluation
There will be a possibility to attend the Sunday Mass for Young Europeans at 19:00 at the Chapel (celebrated in EN/FR)
The contribution of 10€ to the running costs of the Chapel, workshop materials and coffee break will be asked. The training itself is offered by the Chapel and free of costs.
Krystian Sowa, Jesuit with an experience in giving Spiritual Exercises of St Ignatius of Loyola and engineer with an experience in coaching as well as managers as young professionals. Focuses on links between the spiritual and professional life.
Oliver Kozák, Continuous Improvement senior advisor with an experience in process improvement, personal and team efficiency, and leadership development for better performance. Focuses on links between the professional and the spiritual life.
OTHER WORKSHOPS OF THE SERIES:
II ) 20 January 2019
How to Take Good Decisions (Art of Spiritual Discernment).
III) 3 March 2019
How to Discover My Own Spiritual Path (Following Bible Leaders).
IV) 7 April 2019
How to Find Time for Important Things (Self Management in Time)
V) 19 Mai 2019
How to Manage Better Our Relationships (Conflict Resolution)
Every workshop is independent (one can participate in all workshops or only choose some of them). For all those who participate in at least 4 of 5 workshops, the certificate of attendance will be delivered.