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spirituality

(spĭr″ĭ-choo-ăl′ĭ-tē) [ME.]
An awareness of the metaphysical, the religious, or the sublime. In practice, spirituality includes participation in organized religion, contemplation, meditation, prayer, reflection, and activities fostering self-growth and connections with others and with nature.
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Lalitha proposes a series of "questions that matter" inviting the reader to delve deeply into issues that must be faced or clarified as he/she proceeds on any spiritual path, whether it is characterized by self awareness, contemplation and devotion, or service.
In Spiritual Growth: A Contemporary Jewish Approach, Rabbi Paul Steinberg calls upon the collective consciousness of Jewish spirituality to offer sustenance for the contemporary seeker.
New York: Ever wondered how your brain processes spiritual experiences?
Spiritual needs are less tangible than physical needs as they are multifaceted and hard to measure.
Spiritual direction doesn't mean preaching or catechetical instruction.
According to lead investigator Richard Egan, the spiritual dimension is considered an important element in holistic health care--in Aotearoa New Zealand and in a range of policies and guidelines around the world.
Editor Peter Madsen Gubi collected the essays in this book for therapists and spiritual counselors to help them work with others on spiritual matters.
King believes that the spiritual intelligence is subjected to the ability and capacity of a person exclusively to understand the life going towards the higher spiritual situations [1].
Key words: Spiritual leadership Spiritual wellbeing Psychological ownership Organizational outcomes
This article seeks to explore what it looks like specifically to address the spiritual needs of the individual in a ROSC, and the spiritual themes described therein.
Sawatsky and Pesut (2005) defined spiritual care as an intuitive, inter-personal, altruistic and integral expression of the patient's reality which is dependent on the nurse's awareness of life's transcendental aspect (Sawatsky and Pesut 2005).