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Spirituality is a concept linked to a wide variety of meanings. Etymologically, the word comes from the latin spiritu (breath, air); we speak of the quality relative to the soul which infuses the body of life. This implies a willingness to practice both intellectually and physically.
It is linked to a non-bodily entity, to the soul, to the spirit, as a life force. We could call this source of life Consciousness, which refers to the essence of the experience of the different circumstances of our universal life. This is better known as “God”.
Spirituality is a phenomenon that embraces all religions and refers to the deeper dimensions of the life experience. Therefore, the concept of spirituality, we can describe it as a union between the human being and the Totality or “God”.
In principle, religions are generally related to spirituality, we could say that priests, pastors and various gurus talk about spirituality, although religious symbolism is simply an external expression of the human unconscious that opens a door to the field of consciousness (God, Allah, etc.).
The search for external elements – gods, religions, myths, even stories and stories – is simply a way of remembering who we are at the origin: a pluripotential being who, little by little, has forgotten where he comes from and who he is. The spiritual path seeks in a certain way to connect emotionally with the facets of the ego that escape our understanding.
Spiritual inquiry can be summed up in the vocation itself of transcending the limitations of the ego – individual and egoic – to become aware of the universal Self, in the end a spiritual experience should not be a prayer to a specific god, it can encompass other areas, such as painting, writing, a relationship of friendship or a trip to an unfamiliar place.
Spiritual development stems from the vocation and commitment to a set of criteria that replaces the worldly desires of the personal self, in favor of an expanded consciousness that embraces all living beings. Spiritual excellence is defined by the dedication to values that benefit the common good, of which we feel we are a member. What we do for others eventually becomes something we do for ourselves and any work, no matter how commonplace, becomes a service to humanity.
“What we know as spiritual life implies the ACCEPTANCE of each SITUATION as an APPRENTICESHIP to know ourselves and thus be able to transform our PERCEPTION of reality, recognizing our experiences as PROJECTIONS of our CONSCIOUSNESS “.