Dysfunctional Religion Versus a Spirituality That Builds Intimacy and Community (Reblog)

Interesting thoughts from a psychologist on spirituality.

Reblogged from Huffington Post:

I’ve come to see healthy spirituality as one that opens us to greater intimacy and connection. A genuine spiritual path is not about living in our heads and clinging to beliefs weaved by our security-seeking minds. Sure, our beliefs and values can guide us and remind us of how we want to live, such as being kind to people and respectful toward living things. But the juiciness of spiritual life lies in how it connects us to ourselves, others and life itself.

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