Spirituality is a broad term that encompasses many different beliefs and practices. It can refer to the belief in a higher power, a sense of meaning and purpose, or an inner life that involves a variety of activities. People who are spiritual are often motivated by a desire for self-growth, a deeper connection to their community and the world, and an awareness of the importance of personal and environmental sustainability.
Unlike religion, which defines absolute truths and requires strict obedience to those truths, spirituality allows for flexibility and personal growth. It encourages us to explore the mysteries of our existence, live with a sense of wonder, and take action to serve humanity.
Although there are many different spiritual beliefs, they all share some common characteristics. Spirituality focuses on experiences of transcendence, and it can be triggered by certain events such as illness, injury, loss, or death. It also can be influenced by emotional stress, positive social interactions, and natural landscapes.
People who are spiritual are often inspired by love, compassion, and the idea that all people are connected. They tend to believe that every human being is created in God’s image and is equal in value and worth. This view can lead to a deep sense of gratitude and appreciation for life, which is why it’s so important to offer your guides (the spirits that you communicate with through your meditation) a constant flow of love and gratitude. This will help keep the channel open for communication and allow your guides to continue supporting you on your journey.