spiritual domain


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Noun1.spiritual domain - a belief that there is a realm controlled by a divine spiritspiritual domain - a belief that there is a realm controlled by a divine spirit
belief - any cognitive content held as true
Kingdom of God - the spiritual domain over which God is sovereign
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"My creative calligraphies portray divine rhythmic beauty and exaltation in the spiritual domain. I have introduced a unique and new dimensional style in the Islamic Calligraphy covering the golden era of Prophet Muhammed (Peace Be Upon Him) to the present century," Azeem said.
The self-taught artist gets his inspiration from nature with the ideology that calligraphy is a field of love, devotion through portrayal of divine rhythmic beauty and exaltation in the spiritual domain.
Mir Syed Ali Hamadani, aside from his work in the spiritual domain, also introduced many different handicrafts in Kashmir and because of his ideas the handicraft industry received a great boost in Kashmir.
Time elapsed since the women had been diagnosed for HIV was found to be positively associated with spiritual domain. Living with the infection for longer time may lead to better adaptability and QoL.
Avenya is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the education of what it means to consciously reconnect to the Earth's spiritual domain, our own soul, and the source of life and through this connection, learn to live life from this greater context.
With another popular Guru throwing his hat into the ring, it is apparent that the competition between these 'corporate gurus' now promises to move out of the spiritual domain into a materialistic one.
Davison and Jhangri (2010) reported that spiritual domain of care has been identified as a priority by patients with CKD, particularly near the end of life, and indicated the strong desire of these patients to have spirituality included in their care.
In bringing his discourse to a conclusion, Manent writes, "Although Catholics seem to be pushed ever further towards the periphery of public life, the Church as a spiritual domain is at the center of the Western configuration.
But if they decide to continue to avoid lies, they indirectly approach the spiritual domain. However, if upon the close of holy fasting, Muslims resume all bad habits, including telling lies, they in fact directly kick the holy fasting month.
Leach and Aten (2009) list common concerns for trainees in general, but many of these are relevant for Christian therapists, even those who train in Christian psychology programs: (a) concerns about imposing personal values and beliefs; (b) negative attitudes toward religion; (c) lack of training and the absence of a theoretical model for addressing religion; (d) training that socializes therapists to avoid or minimize the importance of spirituality for patients; (e) and an orientation that the spiritual domain is outside their scope of practice and more appropriate for clergy (Leach & Aten, 2009).
Integrating spiritual goals in school and district mission statements empowers the school community to focus on the spiritual domain in child development.