Exploring Everyday Spirituality – A resource for exploring the meaningful and the sacred.

Our beliefs act as an inner compass and provide purpose to our very existence. Yet, spirituality can be a challenging topic to discuss.

Signposts is a set of 48 cards that invite users into meaningful conversations about spirituality, connectedness, faith and transformation while recognising and celebrating the diverse ways people express their beliefs.

This tool is not based on one particular theology or philosophy but draws from a range of religious, mystical and spiritual traditions. The set offers users a way to reflect on life’s purpose and turn values into actions.

Each card combines a powerful full-colour photograph with a few simple words to prompt reflection on our beliefs and fuel discussions with others on matters we hold close to our hearts.

Signposts can be used in a variety of ways. Plus, the set comes with a 26 page instructional booklet with engaging activity suggestions.

This captivating set of cards is an ideal resource for chaplains, psychologists, spiritual counsellors, creative therapists and social workers. Signposts is also perfect for families looking for a gentle way to discuss values and beliefs with children and young people.



Choose a card at random. Think about both the text and the picture:

  • What are some of the meanings this card has for you?
  • Can you think of a time in your life that relates to this card?
  • What was significant about that time?
  • What did you learn most from that time?
  • What challenges does this card have for you?
  • Who has taught you most about this card?
  • Have you thanked them?
  • What more would you like to learn about this card?
  • What is one step you could take towards that?

Choose a card and make it a topic of reflection, creative writing, or research for a day, week or longer.

  • Create a mind map: Place the card in the middle of a sheet of paper and write words all around it that come to mind when looking at this card.
  • Create a collage, painting or drawing based on your thoughts about this card.
  • Write a poem or story about it.
  • Research quotes on the internet that relate to this card.

Spread the cards out on a flat surface so you can quickly scan them all. Choose 2–6 cards that speak to you or evoke strong feelings:

  • Why did these cards catch your eye? Was it the words, the picture or a combination of both?
  • Looking at a selection of cards, sort them using the these criteria:
    – the most beautiful
    – those you are comfortable with
    – those you want to work on
    – those that are a challenge.
  • Which cards remind you most of times when you:
    – had a strong sense of fulfilment/ purpose/optimism/connection?
    – were happiest?
    – experienced something that left a wonderful childhood memory?
    – overcame a challenge?
    – needed courage?

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