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...Spiritual Life by November 24, Spiritual Life “May the force be with you!” This quote, stated by Luke Skywalker at the end of The Empire Strikes Back, one of the famous Star Wars trilogies, is amongst the most popular movie quotes of the day. The force that Luke is referring to in this quote is the, “binding, metaphysical and ubiquitous power in the fictional universe of the Star Wars galaxy created by George Lucas” (“Wikipedia”). This force pushes Luke and any fellow Jedi, or any pursing to be a Jedi, on to be something greater than they originally were, and it usually does so by having them confront and overcome some of...
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Spiritual Life Coaching
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...Spiritual Life Coaching It might just be true how coaching can have a significant impact on one’s life domains. Since the discussion will center on how coaching has been able to boost an individual’s spiritual basis, the need is to understand where the connection seems to take the front seat. However, for this to happen, one must comprehend the true depiction of coaching to begin with. Coaching does not come about as a routine norm for many – it is the basis of attaining a significant level over other individuals yet feeling occupied with one’s own self over a period of time. Since coaching adheres to some good standards...
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Spiritual Crises of Human Life
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...spiritual crisis and its consequences. Introduction: This essay is focused on the analysis of T.S. Eliot's Waste Land and Joseph Conrad's Heart of darkness and would discuss the themes of these two very important literary masterpieces of the 20th century to show the spiritual crises of human life and existence and its consequences considering cultural, moral and social perspectives. The Waste Land - T.S. Eliot The Waste Land by T.S Eliot is one of the most influential modern poems of the 20th century. Although known for its satire and prophecy, it seems... Through a detailed comparison of the texts, "The Waste Land" by T.S.Eliot, and "Heart of Darkness" by Joseph Conrad, show how they present a...
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Health and Life Sciences - 8000 word Dissertation 'To Investigate the Spiritual Significance Walking has for Older People'
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...spirituality among older people. Introduction Perceptions about old age are different and thought provoking to each and every person. Many of them feel that old age is the ending face of life journey and the journey should be concentrated in spirituality. The term ‘spirituality’ explores the relation between mind and body and it promotes a sense of universal oneness beyond the barriers of sex, religion, gender and educational qualification. Many people often consider the fact that aging... To Investigate the Spiritual Significance Walking has for Older People. Dissertation Outline Page No:...
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Life Of Pi and Spiritual/Psychological Enviroments
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...Life of Pi Pi’s Life is not a book driven by character. This insinuates that Martel does not give much attention tofinding out what is in the character’s mind. For sure Pi’s good nature and humour is loveable though these traits also work as an opener to doors for ideas Martel. In many philosophical stories, the character is less or more his ideas. It does not change the character but gives him a different creation. In another perspective ideas deepen and fight out and build via character and the character builds via his encounters. Pi is thought to be of the first kind. From the book towards the end he is portrayed as wise and smart and develops like a...
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Spiritual Formation
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...Spiritual formation involves a life long process. It transcends one’s religious and social being. The phrase has different connotations for differentgroups of people. In Christianity it is termed as a growing awareness to the direction of God and this is done through constant communication and a deep and personal relationship with His son Jesus Christ. Outside of Christianity, however, many followers of other religions also claim to embrace spiritual formation. There is another large group of persons as well who are non- religious but who follow a spiritual path. Spiritual formation can be separated,...
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The ministry of Spiritual Direction
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...spiritual directors, but my spiritual directors kept on lecturing me on how I should abandon sin, be more prayerful, and align my life to the will of God. I had tried in vain to adhere to the advice of my spiritual directors. Later, I choose another spiritual director who started directing me to engage in silent and contemplative prayers as a way of listening to God as He communicated to me. My new spiritual director also advised me to take time each day at least 15 minutes per day, to reflect on my personal experiences and to focus on the religious dimensions of those experiences, i.e. to pay attention to how God was communicating... Religion and Theology 28th Feb., The Ministry of Spiritual Direction...
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Watchman. A spiritual discipline that guides christians lives
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...spiritual life peak. There are several questions regarding spiritual life, which the believers would like to comprehend despite the fact that the answers are not given openly. Some hard matters including hearing of the voice of God as well as comprehending his will are some issues that are not clearly given to every Christian. Personal Time with God: A Spiritual Discipline that Guides Christians' Lives. The major issues concerning Christian life include: salvation, sanctification, denying the self, regeneration, baptism of the spirit, the holy spirit filling and the power, prayer, fellowship, bible study identification, supernatural experience... Running Head: WATCHMAN NEE TESTIMONY Watchman Nee...
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Spiritual Formation across the Lifespan
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...Spiritual formation across the lifespan School affiliate Spiritual formation is the true purpose and goal of human life. Spiritual formation of a human being starts right from their childhood and gradually progress until they mature. Spirituality is the communication with God and realizing our relationship and unity with God. Spiritual formation begins right from the home and due to connection with Church, spiritual leaders, Bible and community. There are different theories of thinkers which can be related to the spiritual formation process of a person across the life span. These theorist are Fowler,Kohlberg and Piaget who explains about the moral development and cognitive development... and...
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Spiritual Formation across the Lifespan
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...Spiritual formation across the lifespan School affiliate Spiritual formation is the true purpose and goal of human life. Spiritual formation of a human being starts right from their childhood and gradually progress until they mature. Spirituality is the communication with God and realizing our relationship and unity with God. Spiritual formation begins right from the home and due to connection with Church, spiritual leaders, Bible and community. There are different theories of thinkers which can be related to the spiritual formation process of a person across the life span. These theorist are Fowler,Kohlberg and Piaget who explains about the moral development and cognitive development... and...
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What Spiritual Issues Surrounding A Disaster Can Arise For Individuals, Communities, And Health Care Providers
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...spirituality care, nurses should focus upon few dimensions of spiritual treatments. During diagnosis, nurses need to recognize the strengths of the patients and evaluate the actual problem of the patients. After that nurses should provide holistic care to further help them in quick recovery (University of Maryland Medical Center, 2015). References Act alliances. (n.d.). Spiritual life in disasters. Retrieved from http://psychosocial.actalliance.org/default.aspx?di=65871&ptid=66401 National Disaster Interfaith Network. (n.d.). Disaster spiritual care. Tip Sheets for U.S. Religious Leaders,...
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Life after death
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...LIFE AFTER DEATH R.Preeti 10/12/2007 Life After Death is a very spiritual concept, thathighlights the notion that life on Earth is a transient phase that is just a part of the gift of 'life' bestowed upon one and all, by the Lord. This notion puts forth the concept that life extends beyond this transitory phase and goes on to become a permanent one outside the materialistic world we live in. When the spirit is trapped in the physical body, it is considered a materialistic phase and after the death of the body, ...
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Journey of life
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...spirituality. Religious Events As a Muslim, each year we have the Ramadan, this is the time we take to fast and pray, we do not eat after sunrise and after sunset we are allowed to partake in our meals. This event has taught me that one cannot be a slave to food or the desires of his body and that the spiritual life is crucial. We also have the Eid Alfeter and Eid Aladha in our calendars in addition to Alhaj when we... ? Journey of life Family Events The sociocultural theory s that through interactions with adults, culture is transferred to other generations especially by family and it was no different for me while growing up, during summer we would all get together for a week at the beach and play fun...
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Spiritual Needs
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...Spiritual Assessment Intervention (School or College) A Spiritual Assessment Intervention Introduction This paper aims to create a spiritual assessment instrument, apply it and discuss findings. Spiritual assessment is a tool for assessing the spiritual needs of patients for holistic body-mind-spirit healing through hospital treatment. Broadening of health care to include the spiritual dimension of the patient is the laudable vision of the Joint Commission for Accreditation of Pastoral Services or JCAS (Vision, 2000). The assessment tool and application In creating the spiritual assessment tool, other instruments were useful such as the FICA and HOPE approaches (Spiritual Competency, 2011... ? A...
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The Enduring Wisdom of the Spiritual Master
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...spiritual perfection, which was a way through which she could identify what was necessary for converting other people. Teresa emphasizes that the sisters should become individuals whose prayers can assist God’s people to learn the good life (Teresa of Avila 54). Teresa informs the Sisters that they are privileged persons, whose presence in the monasteries is essential since they are no longer exposed to occasions of sin that is brought about by worldly occupations. The Sisters’ withdrawal from sinful experiences is one... The enduring wisdom of the spiritual master A short biography and significant moments in Teresa of Avila’s growth in holiness The spiritual master in consideration is Teresa of Avila, ...
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Spiritual Needs
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...Spiritual Needs Assessment Patient Spiritual Needs Assessment Tool Do you belong to any belong to any organized religion? .................................................... ............................................................................................................................................... 2. How do you express your spirituality? .................................................................…........... ................................................................................................................................................ 3. What role does spirituality play in your life... ?...
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...life Q7: Knowledge of Scripture Q8: Belief in life hereafter Q8: Significance of prayer during illness Q9: Significance of medicine & care during illness Q10: Role of the influence of holy personalities to get rid of worries and ailments References Anandarajah, Gowry & Hight, Ellen (2001) Spirituality and Medical Practice: Using the HOPE Questions as a Practical Tool for Spiritual Assessment Brown University School of Medicine, Providence, Rhode Island. 2001 Jan 1; 63(1):81-89. Burkhardt, M.A. & Nagai-Jacobson, M.G. (2002) Spirituality: Living Our Connectedness Albany NY Delmar Thomson Learning Accessed on...
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Spiritual Needs
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...Spiritual Assessment Health care staff in the 21st century should be seeing their patients as whole people, that is not just the cancer in bed 3, but a person with mental and spiritual needs as well as physical ones. Research findings which considered results from some 126,000 participants reveal that spiritual beliefs and practices can have a positive effect upon health and life expectation (Professional Chaplains undated). The results show that those who had frequent involvements in spiritual matters were significantly more likely to have longer, healthier lives. (McCullough, Hoyt, Larson, Koenig &...
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Nursing/Spiritual
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...life and the present environment (Mother Nature). Thus, human illness tends to arise because of an upset to the aforementioned delicate equilibrium; hence, both Buddhist practice and theory aim, at restoring and further strengthening this balance. From this, Buddhism does accept modern medicine and medical practice, in the treatment of human ailments. It further re-states that the above is most effective when based upon, and subsequently reinforced through spiritual understanding of the subjective, inner life processes (ANSI, 1996). Native American spirituality is also... Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity Alarik Fryling, RN Grand Canyon HLT-310V Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity Healthcare ...
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Spiritual Leadership
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...life as a ransom for many." (Mark 10:45) After evaluating my personal style of leadership, I see similarities between my style and Abraham. Abraham had an entrepreneurial style of leadership. Personally I was involved as an entrepreneur in the secular business world, prior to God calling me to the ministry. After the Lord called me to serve, I am aware that I am a vessel for the Holy Spirit, to be used for His service. Spiritual leaders should not be admired because of business skills or their entrepreneurial leadership, but because of their servant life-style and shepherd heart.2 Furthermore, as I move forward in the service of the Lord,...
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Spiritual Needs Assessment
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...Spiritual Competency, 2011). The need for an easy yet effective tool, however, guided the creation of a 10 friendly question- format: (1) How are you, and what do you do by way of work or profession? (2) How is your family? (3) What church or religion do you belong to? (2) Is your family religious by way of worship or prayer? (3) What ideas of God do you find in your community? (4) What idea of God is best for you? (5) Has this idea been a source of personal guidance? (6) Do you believe in the practice of personal prayer? (7) Do you think personal prayer gives strength and confidence in life, as the saying goes... A Spiritual Assessment Intervention (School or College) A Spiritual...
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Spiritual Belief
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...Spiritual Assessment Introduction Spiritual belief is an integral aspect of human life. By owning a spiritual inclination, one adheres to the cultural and social norms that help hold the societal fabric. Religions provide a series of dictates that help develop peaceful and cohesive societies. In patience recovery, faith is important in contributing to the beliefs of the individual thus their ability to recover. The spiritual needs assessment of a relative to a patient helped reveal several demographic factors that may help devise proper psychological therapies for the patient thereby resulting in faster...
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Spiritual Narratives
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...Spiritual Narratives is an eye-opening book about what life was like for black women during the late 1800s as they struggled to prove that their ideas had as much worth as the ideas of any other human being walking the planet. They were up against fierce opposition not only from the white man attempting to keep the black race in its place but also from the black men attempting to keep the woman in her place. Because of her refusal to back down, her assertion that her voice was as important as anyone else’s and her ability to find proof for that in the one document that no one was willing to challenge, the black woman has not been entirely mute in our...
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Spiritual Diversity
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...Spirituality is based on several supernatural concerns, which include invisible universal force, an omnipresent, which pertains to death, puberty and birth life cycles. It also includes communal ceremony, medicine people, visions and spirits. Panentheism or animism characterizes the spirituality of Native American with an emphasis on personal spirituality and connectivity with daily activities that occur in spiritual and natural “worlds” (Rainbow of Spirituality, 2013). Native American Spirituality makes the people to have a belief in sacred and that everything that is done originates from the heart of an individual. As such, the spiritual perspective... of this religion is that the...
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It seemed that nurses who demonstrated a personal search for meaning in their own lives, although they identified a narrow range of spiritual needs, gave spiritual care at a deeper level than those who did not demonstrate this characteristic
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...life in a concentration camp, it was possible for spiritual life to deepen” are several. Stripped of the bigger house, the better clothes, the promotions, etcetera, one sees what is really important in life; namely, life itself. One cannot find some high status relatives to help, but we all need someone at some time. Consequently, in the camps during really rough times one would be inclined to pray to a higher power for the mortal and immortal welfare of oneself and one’s inmates. One would think and rethink one’s values and beliefs and be a good Samaritan whenever... Running head: A PERSONAL SEARCH FOR MEANING A Personal Search for Meaning Educational A PERSONAL SEARCH FOR MEANING 2 A Personal S...
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Provider Roles in Spiritual Care
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...spiritual needs of client as part of holistic care and have no right to devaluate the right of the hospital chaplain or the pastor to attend to the spiritual needs of the client even if the provider may not feel comfortable in providing spiritual care. The spiritual dimension of the client is strongly evident during illness, stress, difficulties, and end-life-care when people strongly needed the direction and comfort derived from their spiritual preferences. Faith and religion are essential components of a client’s spiritual dimension and health provider has the...
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Native American Spiritual Artwork
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...life found in the natural world” (Espin and Nickoloff, 221). Another unique feature of Native American songs has been that all of them are supposed to have originated from a dream (Espin and Nickoloff, 221). The ground painting of Navajo tribe is also always accompanied with singing (Espin and Nickoloff, 222). Even the colours used in art works had spiritual meanings. This is explained by the website, Bonniebutterfield.com, in the following two paragraphs... ?Native American Spiritual Artwork Native American art has two faces- one is handmade art-work and the other comprise of performances (Dagan). These two aspects are common for all Native American cultures. And art is always associated with some...
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Spiritual Needs Assessment
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...life Q7: Knowledge of Scripture Q8: Belief in life hereafter Q8: Significance of prayer during illness Q9: Significance of medicine & care during illness Q10: Role of the influence of holy personalities to get rid of worries and ailments References Anandarajah, Gowry & Hight, Ellen (2001) Spirituality and Medical Practice: Using the HOPE Questions as a Practical Tool for Spiritual Assessment Brown University School of Medicine, Providence, Rhode Island. 2001 Jan 1; 63(1):81-89. Burkhardt, M.A. & Nagai-Jacobson, M.G. (2002) Spirituality: Living Our Connectedness Albany NY Delmar Thomson Learning...
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Movie - The Secret Life of Bees and the Black Madonna
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...Life of Bees, Black Madonna is a very potent symbol that connotes different meanings to the varied characters portrayed in the movie. To the Daughters of Marry it happened to be a hub around which revolved their entire spiritual life. To Lily, the figure of Black Madonna did convey a relationship with and a link to her late mother. In a larger context, in the movie, the statue of Black Madonna, time and again represents a symbol of aspiration, yearning and hope. The Black Madonna does serve several roles in the overall... Movie, The Secret Life of Bees and the Black Madonna The movie, The Secret Life of Bees unravels in the 1964 South Carolina marred by racial tensions. The movie depicts the story of a...
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Spiritual Needs Questions
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...life support and euthanasia. Euthanasia is viewed as mercy killing and thereby against the scriptural belief of the patient. Patient does not believe in organ transplant. The belief nature is that it involves killing another person to save another life, which is contrary to scriptural commands. 4. Do you have any preferences in health management that are informed by your spiritual beliefs? Yes. The patient prefers being allowed to have their clergy to frequent the hospital for spiritual nourishment. Patients should not be forced even by the law to take medications that are against their belief system. 5. Have you... Spiritual Needs Questions Affiliation Spiritual Needs The assessment tool for the...
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HOLISTIC HEALING: SPIRITUAL RICHNESS
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...Spiritual Richness The path to spiritual wellness is one full of ups and downs. Since the day I started doing this I have experienced spiritual transformation and peace of mind. The bad things I have ever thought of like killing anyone who dared disturb me, assault whores, rob the city bank, burn my neighbor’s house, commit suicide, hurt someone’s feelings because everyone is useless and others that cannot be mentioned, are no longer part of me. I now find life worthy and wonderful. Abusing and insulting anyone who is close to me, is not acceptable and I cannot tolerate that. My father abused my mother in front of all the people in the bar and that was bad. His words have always... Holistic Healing:...
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Laplaces Conceptions of Spiritual Counseling
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...spiritual guide should not presume that he's different. This conception has been reinforced by recent developments in Catholic life, which make Laplace's work absolutely referential, and ahead of its time. The author had a clear insight and religiousness, and this book is a great exposition of his beliefs; one can benefit greatly from the practical advice contained therein. The most important aspect of Laplace's conception is that he places the individual responsibility in the individual; the counselor is not required to reform his confidents, he should rather focus his efforts in teaching the person to reform himself. For this author, the ultimate goal of a spiritual guide... "A Journey to the...
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...Spirituality Julio Bermudez has opened new ground in architectural studies. He has introduced a university course which “examines metacognitive, affective, representational methods enabling phenomenological realization of architecture, self, and beyond” (Bermudez 4). Understanding this new field of study is not that easy, since it is new and unique. New because while it is really a course in Aesthetics, its aim goes beyond simply appreciating Architecture as art. It is also unique because there are no precedents to this field of study. What contribution does Prof. Bermudez wish to achieve? The professor wishes to advance Aesthetics into a higher level... Extraordinary Architectural Experience and...
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Spiritual Assessment Tool
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...spirituality fits into their patients life, answering basic questions about topics like depth and importance of spirituality, community, religion, and practices (Anandarajah G and Hight, E, 2001). These questions can... ? Spirituality is an important part of many people’s lives, and in the field of health care, can be an important part of the healing process for manypatients. There is, however, a significant discrepancy between the spirituality of patients on average, and that of their health care providers (Maugans TA, Wadland WC, 1991). This can lead to many doctors not addressing patients’ spiritual needs effectively enough during general consultation and practice, as well as in specific...
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Spiritual Movement of Tantra
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...spiritual way of life. The tantra scriptures are the most vital parts of the Tantra path. A tantra is considered a tantra when it “elaborates copious and profound matters, especially relating to the principles of reality and sacred matters, and because it provides salvation” (Jain 37). Tantras refer not only to the designated scriptures that started the movement, but scriptures, practices, and rituals that were created subsequent to the origination of Tantra. Further tantras were created when practitioners had perused the primary Tantric scriptures, which are known as the agama. The agama is made... ?Spiritual Movement of Tantra Tantra, which is translated in Sanskrit as “principle, system, doctrine”...
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Faith Diversity. Spiritual Healing
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...spiritual perspective of healing of the three faiths – Buddhism, Hinduism and Baha’ism The Buddhists believe in inner healing and consider their health as the most fundamental asset in their life. Their healing procedure conceptualizes the mind and body as one single element. For instance, the sickness of one’s body has an effect on one’s psychological wellbeing. Therefore, they believe that personal enlightenment is the best way... ? Health care providers in contemporary times and at all stages of practice have to confront patients from diverse religious traditions which makes it mandatory for them to acquire adequate knowledge about such religions and their cultures to endow with quality care. In the...
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Religious or Spiritual
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...spirituality. Furthermore, though formally I am, just like all the others, a religious person, I cannot accept one particular religion as being the only one that is truthful. The variety of the world’s religions gives people, in my opinion, an opportunity to choose which way of spiritual development is more suitable for each one personally. This idea comes from my assumption that the purpose of each religion is guiding and helping a person through life. I might be mistaken, but as far as I know, the core of each religion is bringing up a spiritually rich and harmonious personality. Consequently, there might not be right or...
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Spiritual assessment tool
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...spirituality fits into their patients life, answering basic questions about topics like depth and importance of spirituality, community, religion, and practices (Anandarajah G and Hight, E, 2001... . One of the most noticeable differences is utility of the pneumonic device. The whole purpose of a pneumonic device is to aid in remembering the steps to use, but the HOPE acronym tends to not necessarily connect to the idea in the best possible manner. The “H” for instance, can stand for hope, but the health care provider will also need to consider sources of meaning, comfort, strength, peace, love and connection (Anandarajah, 2001). Furthermore, P stands for the P in “personal...
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Spiritual Needs Assessment
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...Spiritual assessment has proved to be very integral as part of mental examination of any patient.It helps to indentify certain aspects of his personality that can give more detail about him and even help indentify various psychological aspects that might otherwise go unnoticed (Joanne Lynn 2000). Moreover, it also addresses the magnitude and quality of relationship with God and its influence on human life (Todd W. Hall 2002). Spiritual Assessment is a very broad term and there are different methods and standard guidelines that can be followed to analyze that. Doctor Christina Puchalski of George Washington University devised FICA...
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A 10 page paper addressing the Spiritual, Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Aspects of Counseling
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...spiritual aspect deals with a person’s religious affiliations or beliefs that affect their social life, emotions and physical well-being. A counselor therefore needs to know a client’s cognitive, behavioral, affective, and spiritual aspects before taking a specific counseling approach. Spiritual, Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Aspects of Counseling Introduction Counseling has been in existence for thousands of years, but it is one of the most misunderstood concepts in psychology. In the past, counseling was performed by wise elders in the communities with the family unit at its core. These elders counseled people on the various norms that existed and how to follow them... the direction...
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Spiritual Needs Assessment
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...spirituality? A2: I pray nightly and throughout the day. I also like to give back to the community through volunteering my time. Q3: What is your philosophy in life? A3: My philosophy is in the Christian Bible as “Your reap what you sow” or “Do unto others as you would have them do to you.” I believe in treating people how I want to be treated. I believe in tolerance. Everyone should be able to worship or believe what they want as long as no harm is coming to others. My ideas and views are not more important than someone else’s. Everyone should have... The individual interviewed is a 39-year-old woman. Her medical issues include anemia and bipolar disorder. I prepared the questions in advance. The...
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How spiritual and religious guides can influence the pursuit of happiness
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...spiritual life on earth that translate to happiness before death strikes. The reason behind achieving happiness during their lifetime is attributed to the conception that real happiness lies on the wait. Some individuals have identified India as a potential source of happiness. Although India has numerous negative traits associated with the rapid rate of industrialization, high population, and the lack of proper waste management, it remains a center for finding happiness.Apart from these factors, India has a historic record of a good religious environment.Many people choose India as their favorite destination visit on an annual basis. Notably... Jiahe Wei Ingrid Hufgard English 1001-07 02/25 How...
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Keys of Spirituality
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...spirituality. In a more heterogeneous and cosmopolitan world, Christian beliefs, practices, and rituals should be made more contemporary with the help of a proper understanding of our ecclesiological heritage. Spirituality of Paschal Mystery Paschal mystery is perhaps one of the most essential components of Christian spirituality. In the sphere of complex modern civilization, it appears to be a real mysterious concern that how the pious nuns and monks remain aloft from worldly sins and prejudices. Ardent followers of Christ, as mentioned in the Christian texts, managed to maintain similar or greater moral values and God fearing characteristics in life. Paschal mystery... ? Keys of Spirituality I.D. of...
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In Search of the Spiritual
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...spirituality, the desire to be one with the Almighty. The trend is more focused to prayer and meditation among Americans (Adler 2). People feel bored from the mundane traditional religious practices related to theology and are giving importance to real-life experiences of communion with the Almighty. Actually, people are getting bored from the concurrent political beliefs more than religious practices and rituals. It does not matter what is going on all around if the belief that God resides with-in the body... ?In Search of the Spiritual Human instinct compels people to know the Unknown. The attempt to search spirituality has been made in various religions.Americans are no more adamant to pursue the...
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Book report for (Living a Jewish Life)
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...life-long education and the role that religion plays in it. Other elements found here were about spiritual life, travel... Book Report: Living a Jewish Life The novel, Living a Jewish Life: Jewish Traditions, Customs and Values for Today’s Families, is a work by renowned writer Anita Diamant with Howard Cooper. It was first published by Collins in 1996. Essentially, this book is about the traditions of Judaism set amidst the backdrop of modern life. It specifically depicted how it is to be Jewish today. Readers, hence, could expect to find in the book and learn extensively from it with its outline and examination of the Jewish values, beliefs, traditions and rituals. There is even a section devoted to the...
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SPIRITUAL AND RELIGIOUS ENVIRONMENT INCLUSION
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...Spiritual Dimensions of Graduate Preparation in Student Affairs noted that: 3 “Spirituality is rooted in the classical Latin derivative spiritus (and similarly in Greek and Hebrew), meaning ‘breath’ or ‘to breathe.’ In essence, spirituality refers to that which makes one breathe, or to that in life worth breathing for. Spirituality is interpreted variously, depending on concerns, expectations, and experiences. For many, the spiritual domain is equated with a specific religious tradition or practice; for some, spirituality is a private experience of connection to some unifying and universal presence; and for others, it is tantamount to a profound sentiment of peace and contentment. For some... ? SPIRITUAL ...
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SPIRITUAL AND RELIGIOUS ENVIRONMENT INCLUSION
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...Spiritual Dimensions of Graduate Preparation in Student Affairs noted that: 3 “Spirituality is rooted in the classical Latin derivative spiritus (and similarly in Greek and Hebrew), meaning ‘breath’ or ‘to breathe.’ In essence, spirituality refers to that which makes one breathe, or to that in life worth breathing for. Spirituality is interpreted variously, depending on concerns, expectations, and experiences. For many, the spiritual domain is equated with a specific religious tradition or practice; for some, spirituality is a private experience of connection to some unifying and universal presence; and for others, it is tantamount to a profound... SPIRITUAL ENVIRONMENT INCLUSION Qasem Alhayiti Notre...
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The Life of St. Ignatius of Loyola
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...spiritual life. It was a very important factor to be guided with the teachings that can help someone change for the better, and strengthen his spirituality. It was evident that dealing with others was to be regarded as well. The letter to the Fathers attending the Council of Trent was the instructions [given] for the Sojourn at Trent. "Ignatius wrote an instruction for their benefit and in it he offers his advice on how to deal with others at the council, encourages them to initiate an apostolate among the people of the city, and suggests some self... The life of St. Ignatius of Loyola The life of St. Ignatius of Loyola Biography St. Ignatius of Loyola, a native Spaniard from Azpeitia, Basque, Guipuzcoa, ...
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Spiritual Values in Anishinaabe Literature
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...spirituality is not a category or a limited expression of dualities such as good versus evil, spirit versus body, or sacred versus profane, but a belief system in which the world is a sacred place filled with wonder and awe” (McClinton-Temple & Velie 342). The spiritual beliefs of the Ojibwa have been passed down from generation to generation through oral tradition. It followed the Midewiwin teachings. The latter contain a creation myth, as well as tell about the origins of Anishinaabe rituals and ceremonies. Just as the Ojibwa were guided throughout their life by spirits, spiritual beliefs and their ancient rituals were significant for them. It is worth... The Number 15 December Spiritual Values in...
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...Spiritual/Ethical in Nursing al Affiliation Spiritual/Ethical in Nursing Section The bible is clear about caring for the sick. In James 5:14, the Bible states, “Is any sick among you? let him call for the elders of the church; and let them pray over him, anointing him with oil in the name of the Lord” (James 5:14 King James Version). This shows that people should care for the sick by showing love and concern, praying for them and help them in ways that they can. The roles of the various team members within the healing-hospital blueprint address caring for the sick from a biblical standpoint in different ways. This happens in the sense that treating the...
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