What Does Spiritual Mean?
There’s a lot of interest these days in Spirituality, and a lot of time, effort, and dollars are spent in the attempt to either be Spiritual or look for ways to achieve spirituality.
It may also be the case with the recession that this interest may increase significantly. But what does Spiritual really mean, and what behaviors will actually make you more Spiritual?
Surprising as it may seem, we are already Spiritual. Be you saint or sinner, capitalist or communist, all-round good guy or local weirdo, you can’t help be anything but.
The entire physical universe, and everything that’s in it, including all humanity, is a manifestation of Spirit, a tiny part of a great adventure.
This may be the case and is very interesting as discussed in thesecret. However I have taken a summary of Spiritual from a list provided by Dr John DeMartini at the training for facilitators for the Demartini Method® .
Connection: experiencing my soul or God;
Reflection: going inside myself, listening to my inner voice, seeing my inner vision;
Integrity:knowing and living my higher spiritual values;
Integrity: having a sense of balance, and inner harmony within myself;
Discernment: seeing a hight order regardless of the apparent disorder of outer peace and war;
Inspiration: Feeling a sense of meaningful purpose;
Identification: living from my spiritually vital core, being more spiritually than materially focused;
Authenticity: being genuine and truthfully honest with myself;
Surrender: Modestly submitting or humbling myself to the grand divine design and order;
Unity: fitting into nature, feeling part of the whole;
Devotion: holding to religious faith and belief;
Personal responsibility: rising above judgement and beyond pardon or forgiveness.
More information has been provided on this so read each section for some ideas on how you might develop this.
You may contact Maureen who is a DeMartini Method® Facilitator to assist you in this process. Maureen also provides assistance with Busines Coaching as well as Life Coaching.
For more information on training and presentations provided by Dr John DeMartini go to The New Wave