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Posted by  BRUTUS on October 07, 2002 at 06:47:24:

In Reply to:  "Spirituality?" posted by Paul Malo on October 07, 2002 at 06:27:50:

well you seem to connect a spiritual experience with the religious
experience(mythology,theology,and world of Gods)
well i think it's exactly the reversed case,i mean a religious experience is a spiritual experience(visa seras is not valid here)
spirituality is more a GENERAL mental/psychological built-in state common with all the humans ,independently speaking about religions
well i did recall that i classify Lascaux prehistoric cave as a spiritual space,well prehistory is way before the creation of the world of religion and Gods.
you said you are not a religious person,well i am an atheist with high
degree of spirituality!(a paradox,i don't think so)

 
 
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