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Spiritual Counseling Certification Article on Loss of Spirituality

Spiritual Counseling Certification Article on Loss of Spirituality

The loss of spirituality in an artificial word of materialism and technology is sad negative result of modern life. Please also review our Spiritual Counseling Certification The article, THE IMPORTANCE OF MINDFULNESS AND SPIRITUALITY IN THE AGE OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, byDr. Ujjwal Bikram Khadka states,  “Today when conversations, particularly among HR, revolve around Artificial Intelligence (and how there looms an ever-increasing threat of machines taking over humans), I posit that spirituality and mindfulness bear an even greater significance. Yes, unarguably – or arguably – machines have enriched our organizations ( and our lives), but it can’t be denigrated that there are

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SPIRITUAL COUNSELING CERTIFICATION AND EMPATHY ARTICLE

SPIRITUAL COUNSELING CERTIFICATION AND EMPATHY ARTICLE

A good article about spiritual empathy and moving beyond our own pains and worries and encompassing others. The article states, “True empathy is a state of being. When we live empathically we can relate with our full experience of life at a level of mindful and conscious awareness. Awareness of ourselves, awareness of others, and awareness of a greater universal intelligence of which we are an integral and dynamic part.” To read this article, please click here If you are interested in learning more also about the Spiritual Counseling Program at AIHCP, then please review our program.  The program consists

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Spirituality and Organized Religion

Spirituality and Organized Religion

Spirituality as Individualistic When one reviews the nature of spirituality, many reflect on the personal and individualistic nature of it.  One mentally sees a cloistered nun, or a desert monk praying alone.  Or one considers a guru praying in a temple meditating upon theological ideals. Spirituality is the personal aspect of religion.  It can and does exist apart from organized religion which represents a more social nature of religion.  Hence it is possible for someone to be very Individual Spirituality Nourishes the Soul spiritual but not theological active. However, I would conclude that by the very nature of humanity, there