Benefits

There are many benefits to being a Spiritual Companion:

For You

A group of Spiritual Companions have a private access visit to Stonehenge after having spent the day together at Avebury (May 2012).

A group of Spiritual Companions have a private access visit to Stonehenge after having spent the day together at Avebury (May 2012).

  • Support
    First, you will belong to a network of supportive and insightful peers. In good and bad times we will be there for you.
  • Depth
    You will belong to an ongoing community of like-minded souls helping you to develop and deepen your spiritual practice.
  • Professional
    A recognised and trusted certificate, enabling professional career development, particularly in the fields of healthcare, education, human resources, leadership, community building and spiritual/pastoral care.
  • Continuing Development
    As a member of the Spiritual Companions network further trainings and development opportunities are available to you.
  • Events
    We have a regular programme of events only for Spiritual Companions, including webinars, retreats and visits to sacred sites.

Serving Others

  • Support
    Being a Spiritual Companion enables you to support others on their spiritual journeys in both formal and informal settings.
  • General
    Being a benevolent presence wherever and whenever needed.
  • Facilitation
    We offer training so that you can confidently and competently facilitate small groups exploring personal and spiritual development.

Find out what some of the Spiritual Companions have to say.