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This section is about spirituality, spiritualism, spiritual life, awakening, mysticism, divine qualities and higher consciousness. Spiritual effort in most religions is based upon three main basic beliefs: 1. Our present state or reality is ridden with problems and suffering. 2. We can overcome the suffering and impermanence to which we are subject and 3. Through spiritual effort and discipline, it is possible for us to transcend our limitations and experience higher states of consciousness and even discover the inner self that is hidden in all of us. Spiritualism elevates our thinking and behavior. It is more than simple religious practice and can be a good cure for the petty and narrow-minded thinking that often people cultivate because of their excessive attachment to religion. Religions divide people into groups and communities, whereas spiritualism helps us to see the world as the manifestation of one Supreme Reality. Our spirituality takes us beyond dogmatism, fundamentalism and obscurantism which are responsible for divisions and disunity between nations and peoples. The need of the hour is spiritual growth of the human beings, and this section will help you know more about this subject.
 
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