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The Return of Spirituality


Believe, Love, Hope, Faith, Peace, Wisdom

, what is Spirituality? Well, it is a very broad subject and means something slightly different to each individual. It is something that is more and more talked about these days, yet still it is often misunderstood as people fear the unknown. All religions refer to Spirituality in one form or another. A belief in something, having faith and they preach this to people. For me, that is where the big differences lay. To me, Spirituality is very personally and individually a “Belief” system, with a few guidelines, but no actual preaching at anyone. I find Spirituality as a way of finding my path and reconnecting to myself, to nature, to ancient knowledge and inner wisdom. Learning how to live on this beautiful planet in peace and harmony. Learning to incorporate the old wisdoms with the new, to find a natural balance. It’s a search for inner meaning, discovery and sharing this with others, not preaching it to them, but teaching them. It is a passion for life itself and the possibilities of what could be if I simply believe. I believe there is something more, something bigger than me. I find it to be calming, peaceful, tranquil and very balancing. It doesn’t mean that I am going to turn into some all-mighty being or guru. It doesn’t mean that I am above human feelings. It simply means that I am more at ease with where I am and where I am going. With this knowledge, I can create a better journey of life for myself and those that join me on the journey. The more I get in touch with Spirituality, the wider becomes my wisdom to enjoy this life passionately. So, for me, Spirituality is discovering my wisdom within and using it to create a wonder filled life. This is a path that more people are reconnecting with and the flow of this can only be for the greater good of all. This is the beginning of the return of Spirituality. Oxford dictionary meaning : The quality of being concerned with the human spirit or soul as opposed to material or physical things. 'the shift in priorities allows us to embrace our spirituality in a more profound way' 'a deep sense of spirituality that connects them to the natural environment'.

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