Emotions and Spirituality in Religions and Spiritual Movements
"Applying recent psychological and neuropsychological studies of emotions, Erika Wilson explores the role of emotions in major Eastern, Western, and primal religions, as well as in some contemporary spiritual movements. The book tries to answer the following questions: What kinds of emotions and spiritual experiences arise in individuals and groups during prayer, conversions, rituals, meditations, and other spiritual practices? Which positive emotions are valued most in a particular religion or spiritual movement? How do these attitudes relate to their respective historical context? And finally, how does each religious or spiritual teaching recommend handling negative emotions?"--Publisher's website.
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Chapter 1 Emotions and Spirituality in the Religions of the World
Chapter 2 The Divine the Self Soul Emotions Consciousness and the Spiritual Journey in Religions Spiritual Movements the Social Sciences and the ...
Chapter 3 Spiritual Experiences Spiritual Disciplines Emotions and the Sciences
Chapter 4 Emotions Symbols Sacred Writings Prayer Rituals Spiritual Disciplines and Spiritual Experiences
Chapter 5 Positive and Negative Emotions Free Will Conversions Conscience Ethics and Social Activism in Religions and Spiritual Movements
Chapter 6 Negative Emotions Evil Suffering Prejudice Violence War and Peace in Religions and Spiritual Movements
Chapter 7 Emotions and Spirituality in Primal Religions
Chapter 8 Emotions and Spirituality in Eastern Religions
Chapter 9 Emotions and Spirituality in Western Religions
Chapter 10 Emotions and Emotional Issues in Religions and Spiritual MovementsSome Conclusions
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