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As per available reports about 11 relevant journals , 7 relevant Conferences , 32 workshops are presently dedicated exclusively to spirituality and about 201 articles are being published on Spirituality.

Traditionally spirituality spirituality has been defined as a process of personal transformation in accordance with religious ideals.

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Since the 19th century spirituality is often separated from religion, and has become more oriented on subjective experience and psychological growth. It may refer to almost any kind of meaningful activity or blissful experience, but without a single, widely-agreed definition. There is no single, widely-agreed definition of spirituality. Surveys of the definition of the term, as used in scholarly research, show a broad range of definitions, with a very limited similitude. According to Waaijman, the traditional meaning of spirituality is a process of re-formation which "aims to recover the original shape of man, the image of God. To accomplish this, the re-formation is oriented at a mold, which represents the original shape: in Judaism the Torah, in Christianity Christ, in Buddhism Buddha, in the Islam Muhammad. In modern times the emphasis is on subjective experience. It may denote almost any kind of meaningful activity or blissful experience. It still denotes a process of transformation, but in a context separate from organized religious institutions, termed "spiritual but not religious". Houtman and Aupers suggest that modern spirituality is a blend of humanistic psychology, mystical and esoteric traditions and eastern religions. Waaijman points out that "spirituality" is only one term of a range of words which denote the praxis of spirituality. Some other terms are "Hasidism, contemplation, kabbala, asceticism, mysticism, perfection, devotion and piety". The term spirit means "animating or vital principle in man and animals". It is derived from the Old French espirit, which comes from the Latin word spiritus "soul, courage, vigor, breath", and is related to spirare, "to breathe". In the Vulgate the Latin word spiritus is used to translate the Greek pneuma and Hebrew ruah. The term spiritual, matters "concerning the spirit", is derived from Old French spirituel, which is derived from Latin spiritualis, which comes from "spiritus" or "spirit".
The term spirituality is derived from Middle French spiritualite, from Late Latin "spiritualitatem, which is also derived from Latin "spiritualis".

The list of spiritualist Companies are

  1. Agasha Temple of Wisdom
  2. Arthur Findlay College
  3.  Camp Chesterfield
  4. International Spiritualist Federation
  5. National Spiritualist Association of Churches
  6. Spiritualist Association of Great Britain
  7.  Spiritualists' National Union

Some of the associations include

  1. Association of Spirituality and Psychotherapy
  2. Epiphany Association
  3. Spiritualist Association of Great Britain
  4. International Association for Children’s Spirituality

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This page was last updated on April 19, 2024

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