What is spirituality?

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July 29, 2009 at 8:42 pm #3478


How do you define spirituality?

November 19, 2009 at 5:21 pm #4050


First Religion is basically rules that joins us to our creator. In religion we are taught how to act, what to believe. What clothes to wear. What clothes are offensive and what are not I personally don’t believe we need religion to join us to our creator.

Now spirituality is something everyone is born with. In is an in knowledge of the creator. Some people lose their belief of their creator because of the things we see going on here on earth. So people constantly believe in God because their spirits tells them that he is their. Spirituality is basically that, believing in something of the spirit rather of the flesh. It is believing out there, there is something much more bigger than ourselves and holding true to that belief regardless what religion you are under.

Spirituality deals with the connection of more so the soul, rather than the rules which bind religion. It deals with the following of your heart, rather than following what someone else says. Spirituality is not control by rules, but it control by what you heart or inner sense says.

Anyway – I hope at 127 reads this helps you.   

June 1, 2011 at 9:42 am #5824


Being a doctor I always came across the people who believes in spirituality.  Spirituality plays an important role in our life. Spirituality is nothing but the way to find positive energy in this universe. Spirituality is a ‘Feeling’ something that can be felt but not seen or touched. Most people refer positive energy as spirituality

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