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60 Free Essays on Spiritual Goals

  1. Personal Inventory

    the mind and also helps people keep up to date with current news occurring in the world. So spiritual and mental activities are my personal goals which intend to pursue. Leisure Goals As determined from my personal leisure inventory, I concluded that I have excess social, health and physical...

  2. mmhgmd

    armed only with the desire to understand himself and reach enlightenment. He has no concrete, long-term plan for himself other than to seek spiritual fulfillment, and he follows many different paths to reach his goal. Siddhartha employs a kind of process of elimination as he tries one tactic after...

  3. Scientology

    and for the body. The main principles of Dianetics are: the goal of life can be considered infinite survival, pain is caused by survival obstacles, and the purpose of the mind is to solve problems relating to survival. Hubbard’s inspiration for the book came from the spiritual understanding of the...

  4. Journal Review

    client as best as I can. Having the proper tools and knowledge to do that is simply something that will make my job as a counselor easier and less stressful. My goal is to now research other spiritual tools that can go in my toolbox to help my clients. I have been called to counsel people from...

  5. Sex Discrimination Legislation and Pastoral Minisrty

    provided by pastors, who are viewed as shepherds in the Bible and are primarily responsible for looking after their followers. Their goal is to provide emotional and spiritual support. The sex discrimination legislation had been introduced to eliminate gender based discrimination and ensuring that...

  6. Spiritual Leadership

    Spiritual Leadership Wayne Steffen VWWMBA001 Foundations of spiritual leadership Gilbert W. Fairholm published “Spiritual Leadership: fulfilling whole self needs at work” in 1996. Fairholm reports on original research into work meeting both economic and spiritual needs. “Work has become...

  7. Summary on the Novel 'the Alchemist'

    some connections with the author Paulo Coelho; in this novel he has explored the idea of spirituality and one’s personal legend, goal, spiritual awakening/journey, inspiration, motivation and sociality. Coelho in the past has lived his life as a hippy in the 1960’s and in the 70’s he was involved in...

  8. Health Assessment

    of the dimensions of health, which are psychological, social, physical, spiritual, environmental and intellectual. I consider three of the six dimensions to be a strong part of my personal health. Physical wellness is one of the six that I feel needs some improvement. I indentify different goals...

  9. Religions

    vehicle to satisfy those needs as well as provide mankind with a way to grasp a notion of life’s mysteries. For the correct development of mankind, two elements are needed. First is the satisfaction of biological needs. Second the fulfillment of spiritual needs. “All of religion shares the goal of...

  10. Dear Hamus

    from the cycle of rebirth. The individual soul Atman unites with Brahman the universal soul. There are different ways to Moksha: spiritual which involves acquiring spiritual knowledge through yoga and meditation. Devotion to god and working: selflessly for good of selflessly. Ancient Hindus felt Brahman...

  11. Up and Dorothy Day with Road to Emmaus

    spread the word as in the “Road to Emmaus.” In conclusion, both “Dorothy Day” and “Up” are movies about a spiritual journey very similar to the “Road to Emmaus.” They start on a journey with others with an ultimate goal in mind. Following that, a mentor joins their journey and teaches them. There is...

  12. Success

    others make it their lifelong goal to amass large amounts of money, and they measure their success by the size of their bank account. A number of different kinds of success exist, but the kinds we tend to focus on most are financial success, recreational success, and spiritual success. By nature, people...

  13. Brenner and Hawkins

    Counseling model “each of the sessions has a clear focus, and each builds on the previous ones in contributing to the accomplishment of the overall goal.”[2] The Hawkins model is more vision forming to produce a more hope-filled future for the counselee. The Hawkins model is very intricate and time consuming...

  14. How Can We Show

    spiritual goals and work to attain them. Examples of spiritual goals we can set include: improving our study habits, increasing our share in the ministry, or perhaps reaching out for a privilege of service in the congregation. Why are spiritual goals important? When we work to attain our goals, our...

  15. Rolling

    individuals (DuPont, R.L. (1997), p.344). Comparing AA goals and practices to a medical concept of finding the highest level of health through holistic care, spiritual-based programs are on the right track. Since spiritual wellness is important to people’s health, discovering or rediscovering your...

  16. Asian Youth Center

    Conceptual statement We all the human beings are always guided by some unknown spirit within us. This spirit defines our path. In architecture spirituality means creation of spiritual space. To motivate, inspire and achieve goal one need a platform. So, spirituality in architecture means...

  17. siddhartha

    of bliss is achieved, and there is no longer the need the cycle of birth and death. All karmic debts are settled.”(Buddhism 101) You reach another spiritual level and you become elite and have a lot of knowledge. Siddhartha realizes that to achieve this goal of nirvana you need to love, and that’s...

  18. NUR 405 Week 7 Team Assignment Watson Job Aid Tool Paper and Presentation

    implementation of goals of care considering the 10 clemencies of care. The nurse should adhere to the fundamental human needs, emotional, spiritual as well as family needs. Due to the active participation, this theory can be exercised to community health nursing. Patients may acquire efficient recovery...

  19. Nursing Care Plan Abaquin

    feeling of belonging and connection and promotes feelings of wholeness and well-being. • Helpful in promoting general well-being and sense of connectedness with self/nature/ spiritual power. Goal fully met after 4 days of nursing intervention the patient was able to: • Acknowledge the stabilizing...

  20. Biblical Concepts of Mental Health

    Week 5 Assignment E. Ann Gaines Ali Mid-America Christian University Biblical Concepts of Mental Health PSYC 4103 Professor J . Dozier October 23, 2012 Week 5 Assignment 1. Give one circumstance in which forgiveness would be a reasonable short term goal. Then give one circumstance...

  21. Revisiting the Origins and Elements of the Hinduism Religion

    practicing follow on the heels of a guru, which is also called a spiritual teacher. A guru helps guide, gives advice, and leads by example for those who are searching for enlightenment or realization. Most homes in India have a spiritual room that is for worship. They also have shrines in their homes...

  22. Nature of Love: St. Maximos and Sufism

    explore the concept of love as it relates to the writings of St. Maximos the Confessor and Sufism. The heart of spiritual life is love and spiritual life is about how we love. The spiritual teachings of both Sufism and St. Maximos speak directly to the subject at hand ' the true nature of love. Although...

  23. Paper

    actions of the individual in this life accumulate as karma, which affects the status one will achieve in the next life. The ultimate goal is maksha, or the achievement of spiritual perfection which will enable the soul to achieve release from the wheel of life, and attain oneness with Brahma. This link will...

  24. Psychosocial Assessment

    assessment on future patients so I will be able to provide spiritual assistance to my patients while observing their goals. The only challenge I encountered while conducting my spiritual assessment on L.H. was lack of adequate time with her. In the future, while conducting a spiritual assessment...

  25. Eradication of Corruption

    material than with spiritual goals or values. Corruption is a phenomenon of the materialistic society, while spirituality is the phenomenon of evolved persons. It is only such persons who can build a non-corrupt society. Spirituality and corruption cannot go together. If a society is to be free of...

  26. Health Care and Faith Diversity

    needs is extremely important and can improve the overall quality of nursing care. However, only 5% felt they achieved this goal (Funning, 2010). The inability to achieve this goal is likely comprised of many variables, not the least of which is a lack of understanding of other spiritual or religious...

  27. Physical Fitness and Spiritualism

    decision making and actions throughout our everyday life. The goal of spirituality is to encourage growth in our relationship with God, and it allows one to develop and maintain a peaceful relationship with Him and His higher powers . Spiritual practices tend to improve skills and encourages social support...

  28. Group Profiles

    Group came out of concern for the younger generation of ladies that entered into the church and to offer spiritual guidance. The main purpose of the Women’s Mission Group; plan and simply is spiritual growth and guidance. The women in this group offer their hands and hearts to those who have gone astray...

  29. Zen in the Art of Archery

    he describes shows how he overcame his initial inhibitions and began to look toward new ways of seeing and understanding. In the beginning of the book Herrigel tells us that he is writing about a ritual and religious practice, "whose aim consists in hitting a spiritual goal, so that fundamentally...

  30. Stem Cell Research

    that govern a person’s actions. The Hinduism religion does not have a bible or anything of that nature. It does contain scriptures that are more spiritual stories and some even include ideas on medicine and science. Hindus are not forced to believe any one idea either. The complex Hindu belief is atheistic...