Incarnational spirituality

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Incarnational spirituality is a term coined by David Spangler to designate a more holistic, pragmatic approach to spirituality, in contrast to the more traditional transcendentalist and transpersonalist states.

Incarnational Spirituality seeks to balance the otherworldly focus of the transpersonal and the transcendent by restoring awareness of the spiritual nature of our physical, everyday self and the sacredness of the world around us; to act and not just reflect, engage and not just contemplate, thus bringing about the unity of inner alignment and outer activity.

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