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.
- Spiritual Counsellors
- Families and personal use
- Social workers
- Creative therapists
“I love the Signpost cards and have used them extensively in work with young people and in training in Wales, UK. Recently I used the cards as part of our pan-Wales training on ‘Hidden’ (an education resource on sexual exploitation) for the Welsh Government. I have had so many positive comments about the cards, and many people have asked where the cards have come from. Fantastic resource for use within ethnic minority communities, with young people and professionals. Many thanks!” Lisa Ambrose
“I regularly use Innovative Resources’ card sets to work with grieving clients. Symbols has been a particularly useful and gentle way to create conversations about the grieving process.
Recently I tried the Signposts cards in a similar situation. I’ve had them for quite some time but never really thought of using them in a grief and loss setting. How wrong I was. Signposts has proved to be a valuable tool for recognising and talking about the different stages of grief, the learning and wisdom that can result from grief, but also the realisation that all of us live with grief and create our own meaning from it.
A truly beautiful and life-affirming resource.” Deb Lowry, Counsellor (Brisbane, Australia)Ideas Bank