The study and practice of religion and spirituality is an old and vital human activity. Learn about religion and spirituality using apps.
Over the ages, man has attempted to comprehend the Universe in which he finds himself, and religion has been one of the most used tools in achieving this aim. The study of religion and spirituality is generally aimed at understanding the transcendent or the supernatural, and figuring out how it affects the human experience. There are five major religions (Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Buddhism, and Hinduism) and thousands of others practiced by billions of devotees around the world. If you’re keen on learning more about various world religions, the Religions of the world app can help you gain such awareness and their views of spirituality and ethics. You’ll be smarter and develop respect for people of other religions when you’re correctly informed.
Now, while the study of religious beliefs may mostly be an intellectual attempt at understanding the world, spirituality attempts to know the transcendent experientially. Spirituality is a vast concept with many perspectives. It’s a search for meaning in the seeming chaos of life and an attempt to connect with something greater than the individual. Consciousness, super-consciousness, meditation, mantras, manifestations, and affirmations are some of the branches of the broad concept of spirituality. Those who want to learn about spirituality or even experience a spiritual awakening can benefit from using an app. The Gaia: Stream mindfulness, yoga & astrology videos app is designed with interesting documentaries and lectures on spirituality. Users can find spiritual instructors and teachers to guide their study and help them learn spiritual development activities needed to achieve their goals.
Finally, it’s one thing to learn about religion, to practice religion fully; however, a fair amount of commitment is required. If you’ve decided to go beyond study and want to practice one of the major world religions, a requirement would be the study of texts associated with such religion. You may also need to regularly attend religious services where you’ll meet new people who will help you learn more about your faith. Having apps of the holy books; the Bible app (Christianity), Torah app (Judaism), Quran app (Islam), Tipitaka app (Buddhism), and apps for the Vedas and Bhagavad Gita (Hinduism) can also help new converts to a religion better practice their new-found faith.
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