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of or concerned with the spirit rather than the body or material things

of or relating to a church or to an established religion

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a kind of religious song originated by Blacks in the southern United States

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concerned with sacred matters or religion or the church

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concerned with or affecting the spirit or soul

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lacking material body or form or substance

resembling or characteristic of a phantom

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He had seen Raffles actually going away on the Brassing coach, and this was a temporary relief; it removed the pressure of an immediate dread, but did not put an end to the spiritual conflict and the need to win protection.
moderates the mediating relationship of spiritual wellbeing between spiritual leadership and organizational outcomes (commitment and productivity).
Spiritual care is a recognised field in nursing (Baldacchino 2006) and an element of quality nursing care (McEven 2005).
Both nurses and patients may experience benefits, such as inner peace, when nurses attend to patients' spiritual needs (Baumann & Englert, 2003; Narayanasamy, 2007; Penman, Oliver, & Harrington, 2009).
Many Catholics have never heard of spiritual direction, a practice of guidance that helps believers see God working in their lives.
The recently established competencies for addressing spiritual and religious issues in counseling (Association of Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling, 2009) provide guidelines for counselors to implement in conjunction with evidence-based counseling practices.
Spiritual Accompaniment and Counselling: Journeying With Psyche and Soul
Sex and the Spiritual Teacher is a serious-minded discussion about the problems stemming from sexual transgressions between spiritual teachers and their students.
By the development of the intelligence towards other fields, the ability and capacity of the human beings particularly in the representation of the excitement intelligence in the psychology represented by Imons in 1999, the spiritual intelligence has been considered as a collection of the abilities and skills to apply the religious and spiritual resources in this regard.
There is a growing recognition of the importance of spiritual care in providing quality care to patients with life-threatening illnesses.
We're lucky to have one or two close friends; a spiritual friend is a rarer gift In her book, subtitled Discovering the Catholic Tradition of Spiritual Friendship, Mary DeTurris Poust emphasizes the value of such friendships while acknowledging the difficulty in forming them.
Maturity takes years to achieve, but spiritual maturity could take longer or be quicker--it depends on the individual.
Any spiritual library needs Robert Ellsberg's MODERN SPIRITUAL MASTERS: WRITINGS ON CONTEMPLATION AND COMPASSION.
nurses must not procrastinate--meeting the spiritual needs of patients will reduce patient suffering (Grant, 2004).