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The Essence of Spirituality. - Spiritualist1 - 05-17-2011 10:02 AM
When being unfamiliar with, or never having personally experienced a paranormal event, it is hard for most to understand such phenomena and even harder to accept it as a reality. This is due to being so busy with our daily lives on a physical level. But there is another very important, unmistakable part of our being. The spiritual being. Most concentrate on the physical aspect, exercising to stay trim, etc. But one must exercise one's mind as well as one's body. When initiated properly, practicing spirituality can literally open up the flood gates of knowledge. Basically, spirituality is a connection to the energy that moves us, an energy fusing the soul with the physical entity.
The ultimate necessity in becoming an authentic spiritualist is belief. Without solid, 100% belief, along with dedicated practice, it is a goal which will remain unatainable by most. There are a very few whom have been blessed at birth with the gift of understanding and utilizing spirituality. Others have gained knowledge triggered by near-death experiences. In any event, it is a phenomenon which is very real.
Spiritual energy, which I also refer to as the "Universal Energy," can be utilized in many ways. From psychic abilities, healing, to ultimately unravelling the mysteries of nature, our very purpose, and what life may have in store for us as a species. Believe it is real. Without the "Universal Energy", the Universe itself would be nonexistent.
I hope that this brief, basic description of spirituality brings some understanding and will lend some credence to any future threads I submit. I am open to all thoughts, comments and questions.
RE: The Essence of Spirituality. - Ari - 05-18-2011 08:37 AM
I enjoyed the read Spritualist1 a really good way to describe it!