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Spirituality

Written by: Editorial Staff.

Spirituality

Spirituality is often experienced as an abundant source of great inspiration and purpose in our lives. The concept of spirituality does not only try to redefine our experience in the natural world but also explores inner experience – especially our thinking – with the same enthusiasm that we apply to our outer sensory experiences of the world in which we live. Spirituality is generally viewed as a path toward a higher state of awareness, the perfection of one’s own being, wisdom or communion with a higher power.

What Are The Practices Of Spirituality?

Common spiritual practices include meditation, prayer and contemplation, which are intended to develop and strengthen an individual’s relationship with an inner life. This particular spiritual experience and principle establish a connection with a larger reality or Higher Power, which yields a more comprehensive, identified and realized understanding of self.

Traditionally, organized religion regards spirituality as an integral aspect of the religious experience; the terms spirituality and religion both relate to a search for an Absolute or God. There are fundamental differences in the applications of religion and spirituality: religion implies a particular faith tradition that insists upon acceptance of a metaphysical reality by which all members of that faith must abide, almost identically. Spirituality is not bound to any specific religious tradition and is generally more tolerant of new, innovative, and unique views of reality and connection to God.

Signs Of Spirituality

It’s not a single path or belief system. There are numerous ways to get yourself to experience spirituality. For some people, it would be only a specific religious practice. For some people, it would be only a sense of interconnectedness with the rest of natural elements as well as humanity. Everyone has a different set of parameters of experiencing spirituality because many of you experience this in different aspect of lives so common Signs of spirituality is:

  • Feelings of awe and wonder
  • Seeking meaning and purpose
  • Wishing to make the world a better place
  • Deepening connections with other people
  • Experiencing feelings of interconnectedness

How To Start Exploring Spirituality?

Here are the following things we can do to start exploring spirituality:

Focus On Others

It’s important to feel empathy and help other to know the essential aspect of spirituality

Mediate

Take out some time in the morning to meditate for keeping yourself calm and relaxed

Practice Gratitude

Take a gratitude journal to record how grateful you are every day. It would let you know what is important to you and what makes you happiest.

Try Mindfulness

Mindfulness always encourage you to remain less judgmental and focus on the present moment rather than getting worried about the past and future

Many people speak of spirituality outside of religious context, often identifying themselves as “spiritual but not religious”. Generally speaking, spiritual individuals believe in the existence of many different and unique spiritual paths, not only one as outlined by organized religion, emphasizing the importance of finding one’s own individual path to spirituality