At some point in life,everyone turns spiritual Rajyogi
Spirituality! the word itself creates a lot of interest
as well as mystery in the minds of people because there
is no single, widely-agreed definition of spirituality
that’s available to those who want to pursue it
seriously. Usually, when it comes to spirituality,
people think of god, religion, rituals etc. For example
a person folding his hands before an idol in a temple
thinks he is spiritual, though his mind wanders in a
number of ways, even while he prays to the Almighty.
That is why the modern generation feels that
practicality and spirituality do not go hand in hand.
Hence, they consider spirituality
However, we need to understand that spirituality is a
way of sharpening your mind and hence raise your
effectiveness to a much higher level. It is actually
knowledge of the self, our relationship with the Supreme
and the purpose of one’s existence and the way to
achieve that purpose or reach that goal. But again there
is a question a lot of people raise why at all does one
need to be spiritual? What’s so wrong in being
materialistic instead of being spiritual?
The answer to this is simple, it’s a matter of will and
one is free to choose how and what he or she wants to
be. But we should not forget the fact that at some point
in life, everyone tries
to be spiritual willingly or circumstantially.
A spiritual person always remains contented with the
self and devotes his time not in material pursuits but
tends to remain in the company of the divine thereby
experiencing true love, peace and happiness which are
more lasting than material achievements.
Such a person will see everyone as souls; loves every
person regardless of one’s religion, country, gender and
other physical traits. When we understand the above
definition of a real spiritual being, we would be
spiritually awakened and enlightened and get directly
connected to the Supreme Being