Spiritual Health: Spirituality, Religion, Science, Health and our Thought Processes. A Paradigm Shift in understanding of their interactions and relations.

Notion Press
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Spirituality is a highly developed thought process of the human brain, which is there in the coding of our DNA. It happens because of millions and millions of years of natural evolutionary and developmental mechanism and put the human beings at the apex of the animal kingdom.Spiritual thought processes and Spiritual Health are considered essential dimensions of human health.
How can we define spirituality and Spiritual Health in the context of scientific, religious and cultural grounds?

How can the concept of Spiritual Health improve our spirituality in every area of our life including religion, science, and culture?

How spirituality and religiosity have the ambiguities in their definitions and expressions and why it requires clarity and needs to be understood in the light of scientific reasoning?

How spirituality and Spiritual Health can act as an excellent preventive and promotive tool in physical, mental and social health?

A paradigm shift in our understanding the whole concept of spirituality and Spiritual Health.

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About the author

A surgeon with more than 23 years of experience of practicing surgery, teaching, healthcare and hospital management, research, public health and community development Mahesh Bhatt has invented his interest in the field of spirituality and spiritual health since his years in the medical school as a student.

A firm believer in himself in the form of a surgeon with all his professional challenges provides an edge to his scientific thinking as the significant component of his thoughts.

If he is not at his clinic or operation theater, he must be attending health camps or public health initiatives inremote, underdeveloped areas, traveling, searching the books on quantum physics, universe and religions.His interest in public health issues, spirituality, and science make him favorite among his friends in academia, politics, and media.

Visit - www.drmaheshbhatt.com
Follow on his Facebook page : https://www.facebook.com/spiritualityandhealth/

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Publisher
Notion Press
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Published on
Jan 25, 2018
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Pages
206
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ISBN
9781948473347
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Language
English
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Genres
Self-Help / Personal Growth / General
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