What is our Spiritual Core? Could Spirituality be defined as the divinity within you? Could divinity be my Soul? Could Spirituality be how you interact with everybody and everything? Could Spirituality be how you connect and resonant with your environment?
A lot of people believe that spirituality and aging go hand in hand. And they are probably right. After all, getting older tends to deepen a person's longing for the very things that a spiritual life can provide - things like a sense of comfort, meaning, purpose, and connection.
That is why seniors who want to age well often choose to focus more of their attention on their spiritual needs and aspirations. It is a way to renew their outlook on life, become more attuned to their place in the world, and benefit from the potentially restorative nature of life-affirming spiritual practices.
In short, having faith or a feeling of interconnectedness can make a person's heart sing. And that is something everyone deserves.
Everyone answers Spiritual question a little differently. That is because spirituality tends to be a very personal matter. For some people, spirituality is defined by their belief in God or their practice of a particular religion. For other people, it is defined by certain kinds of deeply felt emotion, and it may or may not involve belief in a higher power, belief in a supernatural realm, or a devotion to any single philosophy or set of beliefs. In this class together, we will look at what is at the core of spirituality.