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Spirituality is a broad concept that encompasses many different beliefs and practices. Generally, it is defined as a connection to something greater than oneself, such as a higher power, universal energy, or the divine. It involves being mindful of the interconnectedness of all life, developing a sense of purpose, and connecting with one’s inner self.

Practicing spirituality can take many forms. Meditation, prayer, and Journaling are all great ways to develop a spiritual practice. Other activities like yoga, tai chi, and chanting can also be used to connect with a higher power. Additionally, nature walks, reading spiritual books, and engaging in meaningful conversations can be used to explore your spirituality. Ultimately, it is up to you to find the practices that work best for you and help you cultivate a deeper understanding of yourself.

Why does spirituality matter?

Spirituality is an important part of many people’s lives as it can provide a sense of purpose, connection, and peace. It can help us to understand our place in the world and to make sense of the struggles we face in our lives. It can also provide us with a source of strength and comfort, as well as an opportunity to connect with something greater than ourselves. Ultimately, it is up to each individual to determine how they want to incorporate spirituality into their life and how it fits into their personal beliefs.

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Originally Published on https://www.theworthyphysician.com/blog

Sapna Shah-Haque Internal Medicine Physician

Dr. Sapna Shah-Haque, MD is a board certified Internal Medicine physician. She was born and raised in Kansas, and attended medical school at the University of Kansas [KU] School of Medicine. She completed her Internal Medicine residency at KU-Wichita as well. After experiencing burnout herself, and watching other physician colleagues burn out, it became a passion of hers to look into different aspects of burnout. While the system does need to change, as it is broken, this podcast is a way to reach physicians and possibly shed light on what is not an isolated situation.