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Synonyms for spirituality

concern with things of the spirit

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Though spirituality has been generally found to be a protective factor in the prognosis of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), spirituality is also associated with some negative outcomes in the treatment of PTSD.
Today the Catholic Church needs a personal approach to Christian spirituality wedded to social concern" (5).
Indie Spiritualist: A No Bullshit Exploration of Spirituality provides the author's unconventional gathering of stories exploring spirituality and its meaning, and offers insights on how individuals can accept themselves and their imperfections.
The editors of this book hold that, in the 21st century, the concept of spirituality has 'moved out of theological and religious frameworks' and more broadly entered public discourse, while research in multiple disciplines has highlighted the importance of spirituality to the human need for finding meaning and purpose in life.
Spirituality is among the theories proposed by management science scholars and theorists, to deal with such situations.
METHOD The study was a retrospective review of a convenience sample of journal entries about specific questions of how and when three groups of students developed ideas and concepts about spirituality.
There are young Catholic adults who find it necessary to integrate their Catholic spirituality with their daily work, even when challenges arise.
Psychology, sociology, spirituality and more blend in a fine insightful gathering of archetypes and insights into the nature of divinity, making for a series of philosophical and studied reflections perfect for a range of spirituality holdings.
Benner clarifies that soulful spirituality is not a spiritual path but rather a spiritual way of walking the human path (p.
28, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --Hospice Foundation of America (HFA) has been awarded a prestigious Telly Award for its Spirituality and End-of-Life Care program, a 2.
The results of a study of 103 outpatients with residual schizophrenia suggest that spirituality and religiousness might contribute to improved quality of life in patients with this diagnosis and should be considered when caring for these patients, according to investigators.
When researchers at Rice University conducted in-depth interviews with 275 natural and social atheist scientists at elite universities, the researchers found that 72 of those scientists--more than 20 percent--said they have a spirituality that is consistent with science, although they are not formally religious.
Spirituality in the workplace is about people who perceive themselves as spirited beings, whose spirits desire and need to be energized through work.
Though the general public marries spirituality and religion, the study found that spirituality is a separate idea--one that more closely aligns with scientific discovery--for "spiritual atheist" scientists.
Though the general public marries spirituality and religion, the study found that spirituality is a separate idea - one that more closely aligns with scientific discovery - for "spiritual atheist" scientists.