9 Ways to Become More Spiritual

Becoming more spiritual can help you find meaning in life, reduce stress reactivity and enhance health. Spiritual practices may include religious or nonreligious rituals. Kaiser and Richardson suggest that during this process you may notice your intuition or inner knowledge increase significantly, as well as an increased sense of empathy towards other people, nature, and … Read more

Spirituality For Older Adults

Spirituality can be an essential component of one’s quality of life; however, some questions have been raised regarding its use as an umbrella term and its relationship to religion. This study uses a qualitative approach to examine spirituality among older adults living in residential aged care facilities. Researchers utilized a Connect – Explore model to … Read more

Identifying the Different Forms of Negative Self-Talk

Negative self-talk is an often-cited difficulty that makes achieving goals more challenging. Recognizing all its forms is one step toward disarming an inner critic and changing your thinking patterns. Change can take time and practice; however, there are techniques available that can help stop this type of negative self-talk in its tracks. Catastrophizing Catastrophizing is … Read more

Spirituality in Hindi

Spirituality refers to an internal state characterized by transcendence, otherworldliness, and heavenward awareness. Hindi developed into an elegant vehicle for devotional poetry associated with Kabir, Mira Bai, and Surdas in the 15th-17th centuries. Hindus practice regular prayers for health, prosperity and forgiveness while also believing in reincarnation and its circular nature of life. Atman Hindu … Read more

The Difference Between Spiritual and Religious

Spirituality is an individual journey that can be guided by many factors. Meditation at a Buddhist temple, attending Seders with Jewish friends or attending Midnight Mass on Christmas Eve are just some of the experiences you could find yourself engaging with on your path to enlightenment. Religion and spirituality should never be separated. Here’s why: … Read more

“What Are You?” by Sebastian Lyall – A Journey Into Mind And Body In The Pursuit of Happiness And Peace

Sebastian Lyall, “Seb” for short, a London-based tech and hospitality entrepreneur with countless awards is now giving those interested an insight into what made him who he is. His book, “What Are You?” will help you get a much better understanding of the relationship between your mind and body, all with the purpose of aiding … Read more

Spiritual Individualism

Spiritual individualism emphasizes self-identification and fulfillment for its core motivation: finding oneself. This form of spirituality tends to be associated with high levels of education – Colin Campbell famously called it the ‘backstage religion of educated layers of society’. Individualism is a philosophy which emphasizes individual needs over group needs. Scripture points us toward another … Read more

Connecting With Our Spirituality Through Dogs

Dogs have been revered in many cultures as symbols of loyalty, protection, and spiritual guidance for centuries. No matter your religious belief system or spiritual practices, dogs’ symbolic meaning can help guide our daily lives more consciously and bring more pleasure. Dogs are well known for their playful spirit and joyous energy, which may serve … Read more

Spirituality and Depression

Spirituality and depression continue to draw increasing interest; however, finding effective approaches that combine spirituality with treatment has proved challenging. Existential concerns such as identity and hope may benefit from spiritually informed interventions, including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) that brings core beliefs more in line with experience, interpersonal therapy or spiritual direction. 1. Religious beliefs … Read more

Muslim Spirituality Tips

Strong spiritual values can bring many advantages, especially when it comes to prioritising the needs of those around you. Unfortunately, having these can also sometimes make one’s own feelings and happiness seem inconsequential. Muslim beliefs include an understanding that their free will is part of an overall Divine plan known as Qadar, which they strive … Read more