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Good article on spirituality and its affects on stress and the brain. The brain during spiritual episodes has different responses. Please also review our Spiritual Counseling, as well as Christian Spiritual Counseling programs The article, What happens in the brain during a spiritual experience?, by Jasmin Collier states “For decades, researchers who are intrigued by the importance of spirituality in people’s lives have conducted studies investigating what happens in the human brain when people feel deeply spiritually connected. Due to the fact that the concept of “spirituality” can be understood in so many different ways across cultures and individuals — and
Good article on spirituality Please also review our Spiritual Counseling Education Program The article, Does Spirituality Make You Happy?, by Bryan Walsh states “It’s right there, the first of the Four Noble Truths of the Buddha: “Existence is suffering.” If that’s not your bag, you can turn to the wisdom of Ecclesiastes, the preacher who said, “I have seen all the works that are done under the sun; and behold, all is vanity and vexation of spirit.” In the Gospel of Luke, Jesus tells his disciples the parable of the rich man who built a prosperous life, only to hear from God,
Good article for those interested in spirituality and focusing on bettering it and becoming in better touch with it Please also review our spiritual counseling program The article, “5 signs you are out of touch with your spirituality” by Mayon Colon states “You could be in a crowded room filled with family and friends, and yet you feel lonely and disconnected. You pull away from the people who care about you and from the things that bring you joy. And you struggle against those negative feelings. But unfortunately, ignoring this can affect your well-being, your relationships and how you function.
An extensive education program fills the spiritual care gap in healthcare provider education. Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.medscape.com This article notes that spiritual understanding and care in palliative and end of life cases is not prevalent among healthcare professionals. This is part of care beyond the physical and spiritual education and spirituality is important If you would like to learn about pastoral care or spiritual counseling, then please review the programs #spirtualcounseling
Is it sexy to be spiritual? New research has found that spirituality has a greater effect on the sex.. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: Apart from Western Theism, many religions have a strong connection with sexuality and spirituality outside of marriage. This is especially the case with women and how they see the unative value of sex in correlation with spirituality. If you want to learn more about spiritual counseling, then please review the program. #coursesinspiritualcounseling See on www.speakingtree.in
There are so many articles written every single day about health and nutrition. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: This article brings up a good point, everyone is so quick to write an article about what is good for our physical beings that they often forget about our spiritual side. If you need some spiritual advice then please check it out. Also if you want to learn more about spiritual counseling then you might want to visit our site. See on www.huffingtonpost.com
This is a beautiful prayer and is applicable as a non-denominational prayer. Take a moment to say the prayer and feel the peace of the Divine. A great prayer for spiritual counselors to share with their patients and clients. “May today there be peace within……. May you trust God that you are exactly where you are meant to be. May you not forget the infinite possibilities that are born of faith. May you use those gifts that you have received, and pass on the love that has been given to you. May you be content knowing you are a child
Substance Abuse Counseling must also be Spiritual Counseling too Substance Abuse is more than just a physical analysis of the body and its dependency on a drug. It is even more than a psychological issue. The reality is that when one is treating someone for a dependency on a drug, one must treat the unique wholeness of that individual. This is where Christian Counseling or even merely Spiritual Counseling comes into contact with Substance Abuse Counseling. From a more theological perspective, one must go beyond the physical and psychological manifestations of addiction but also see the spiritual elements that are
By: Zendra Marks What is Spiritual Counseling? Spiritual counseling considers the soul, instead of the body and mind, as the commencing point for the sense of your true self. It has an enhanced view of life, acknowledging that this world is often confusing mystery. It considers self-belief systems, universal and personal energy systems, karmic interplay, instinctive psychic realities, subconscious states of mindset, spiritual theology, metaphysical experiences, spiritual existence and higher self-cosmic relationships. Spiritual counseling views why life is instinctively personal and why individuals want to develop their own distinctive, graceful relationship with it, naturally and without forcefulness. As the soul
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