Be it myth or mystery, let’s dispel some of the biggies together.


Spirituality is the same as religion: Spirituality and religion are often used interchangeably, but they are not the same thing. Religion involves a shared set of beliefs, practices, and rituals that are organized around a particular faith or tradition, while spirituality is a more individualized experience that may involve personal beliefs or practices that are not necessarily tied to a specific religion.


Spirituality is only for the “spiritual” people: Everyone has the capacity for spirituality, regardless of their background or beliefs. Spirituality is auniversal human experience that can provide a sense of meaning, purpose, and connection to something larger than oneself.


Spirituality is all about being positive: While spirituality can certainly promote positivity and well-being, it is not about denying negative emotions or experiences. Spirituality can help us to navigate difficult emotions and experiences with greater ease and resilience.


Spirituality is anti-science: Spirituality and science are not mutually exclusive, and many scientists have explored the relationship between spirituality and health. Spirituality and science can complement each other to provide a more holistic understanding of the world.


Spirituality is a solitary experience: While spirituality can certainly involvepersonal reflection and introspection, it can also be a communal experience that involves connection and support from others.


Spirituality requires a lot of time and effort: While somespiritual practices may require time and effort, spirituality can also be incorporated into daily life in simple ways, such as taking a few deep breaths or expressing gratitude for the blessings in our lives.


Spirituality is only for the wealthy or privileged: Spirituality is accessible to everyone, regardless of theirsocioeconomic status or background. There are many free or low-cost resources available for those who are interested in exploring their spirituality.


Spirituality is only for those who are “enlightened”: Spirituality is a journey, and everyone is at a different stage of that journey. There is no one right way to be spiritual, and it is okay to be in a place of questioning or uncertainty.


Spirituality is only for those who are religious: While spirituality and religion can be intertwined, spirituality can also be a separate experience that is not tied to a specific religious tradition.


Spirituality is a fixed state: Spirituality is a dynamic and evolving experience that can change and grow over time. We may experiencespiritual highs and lows, and our understanding of spirituality may shift as we move through different stages of life.


Now we have got through those, it is time to start looking at what’s behind the Wizard of Oz’s curtain.

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