There may be some challenges as the river flows; debris, boulders, and even quagmires! Let your soul swim right through them and embrace joy as a constant companion on life’s path.
Rev. M. Charlotte Oliver
First written in between 1765-75, the Greek word nāós (pronounced neyos) means dwelling of a God, inner part of a temple, or shrine (Webster’s Dictionary, 2019).
The Apostle Paul wrote on nāós in First (1) Corinthians 3:16-17, when he spoke of our bodies are the temple of the Holy Spirit. Our body or temple includes a spiritual connection with our minds. Because we are not our own, our spiritual journey often requires that we find a path back to wholeness with God. Here at Nāós Spiritual Direction Counseling, we would be honored to accompany you on this journey.
What is Spiritual Direction Counseling?
Providing Spiritual Counseling, Spiritual Direction, and Life Coaching for Individuals, Couples, and Groups. Together we explore to find clarity in the things that have stopped making sense. We look at what causes distress, insecurities, and uncertainty, as we seek ways to become and remain closer to God.
Areas of Practice Include:
Relationship challenges, exploring personality types, sophrology and Christianity, life transitions, women’s concerns, mid-life changes, abuse issues, relational orientation struggles, family of origin difficulties, work, career, and leadership empowerment, career changes, questions of faith and doubt, Christian ritual design and celebration, sadness and anxiety, body, mind, spirit integration, caring for aging parents, loss and grief, and death and dying.
Why Work With Me
M. Charlotte Oliver as Nāós Spiritual Direction & Counseling is an extension of CharlotteO Ministries. is designed for those facing spiritual connection issues, such as advice on spiritual disciplines for connecting with God, Biblical or cultural wisdom, or matters related to spiritual warfare. If you are seeking a non-clinical perspective to counseling, please consider working with me.
Please note: Should it be determined that you may need clinical support, you will be referred out to a clinical counselor.