Even though our world is becoming high tech, religion and spirituality will always have a place within our societies. But in order for it to be relevant to the modern man, religions fo the future must incorporate four important characteristics.
Spirituality is a practical endeavor – it helps us address daily concerns. But spirituality as it is practiced now is far from the practical life. This must change, if we are to save spirituality in this modern world.
Stanley Krippner shows us shamans have emerged as a way to address social needs. The shaman’s function offers us an insight into the untapped powers of the human mind.
The journey towards spiritual enlightenment is a beautiful process, but it is one that is rife with pains and struggles. Only those who focus their attention on the prize are able to achieve it.