Entries tagged with “Spirituality”
Pascal’s logic—to act like you believe in God even if you don’t—is convincing. The problem is, which God?
Spirituality and prayer: What’s the precise connection? “When asked if I pray, I used to say ‘no.’ ... Now when such a question is posed, I ask what the questioner means by prayer before I answer.”
“While I do my best to honor people’s pronoun preferences, the pronouns that really matter to me are the three spiritual pronouns: I, You, and It.”
In the context of heart-centered spirituality, love isn’t a romantic feeling but a state of responsibility calling upon you.
Does your spiritual practice take you out of this world or out, into this world?
“Regardless of your religion or lack thereof, what is your motherboard, your non-negotiable, your red line, your identity anchor?”
“One way we experience the paradoxical nature of the spiritual path is in the tension between independence and dependence. ... Now Americans on the razor’s edge of the spiritual path are also confronting the troublesome paradoxes of our nation’s history and our responsibilities as citizens.”
What can we learn from the story of the empty tomb?
When we confront obstacles, our feet may be the first to know it. The spiritual meaning of foot pain lies in our direction and the path we’re on.
The hips are connected to the energy center that governs creativity. The spiritual meaning of hip pain can also be tied to old memories, traumas, and uncomfortable emotions like shame.
In TCM, the liver creates and the gallbladder implements. The spiritual meaning of pain in the liver and gallbladder relates to a disruption of this synergy.
Problems digesting food may indicate tension in our relationships. The spiritual meaning of stomach pain is linked to how we absorb and digest the world around us.
There is a unique connection between spirituality, science, and your smile. Discover the spiritual meaning of tooth pain.
Water is a representation of wisdom, peace, and purity. The spiritual meaning of water lies in its reflection of the human spirit and the interconnection of all creations.
In this podcast transcript, host Rabbi Rami speaks with Bishop Michael Curry about how the church is being called back to its deeper roots in the teachings of Jesus.
Singer-songwriter Valerie June shares her go-to spiritually uplifting songs—with links!