Definitions for "Spirituality"
direct experience of the sacred or that which is most central and essential to our lives
(a) relating to spirit or sacred matters; (b) being connected to the essence of self, others and life; (c) an experience of coming home to self and connecting to others
This term is defined quite differently by monotheists, polytheists, humanists, followers of new age, Native Americans, etc. A common meaning is " devotion to metaphysical matters, as opposed to worldly things." Another is " Activities which renew, lift up, comfort, heal and inspire both ourselves and those with whom we interact."
That which belongs to the church, or to a person as an ecclesiastic, or to religion, as distinct from temporalities.
An ecclesiastical body; the whole body of the clergy, as distinct from, or opposed to, the temporality.
property or income owned by a church
a way of approaching and worshipping God
Having the nature of spirit, soul. God, sometimes religion or a higher consciousness.
A life of finding one's center in God and leading from that center as the indwelling Spirit of God prompts. Worshipful-Work operates from a posture of Trinitarian spirituality, one in which God's presence is acknowledged as beyond us, around us and within us.
Keywords:  yoot, khahn, roo, nee
(roo-khahn-nee-YOOT) n. Spirituality.
The quality or state of being spiritual; incorporeality; heavenly-mindedness.
A specific way of living some particular aspect of the Gospel.
level: Overview (0) [ order by level] That which is experienced when an individual is moved to the heights or depths of his or her being in positive and meaningful ways.
a particular and concrete way towards holiness
Keywords:  concern, things
concern with things of the spirit