Did you know that even the smallest parts of your routine may connect you with your spirituality? Being curious and receptive is the best way to practice our spiritual or even our religious facet. Our guest today is Alexandra Trevisan, psychologist, Doctor in Chiropractic by the Southern California University of Health Sciences , founder of spiriosity.com and host of different events such as How To Turn Your Pain Into Your Superpower.
- Alexandra talks about her former job as a chiropractor, and how she has always been interested in religious and spiritual issues. Her curiosity led her to interview different people, which evolved into hosting her own Podcast called Spiriosity.
- The different ways in which the Eastern and Western hemispheres of the world considered healthcare, and how they constituted their religions, may help us understand how our societies were formed, and even how they work nowadays.
- Alexandra likes the idea of an inter-faith dialogue, and remarks that the difference between spirituality and religion is not usually distinguished. Religious and spiritual identity is fluid; there are multiple truths existing in multiple ways.
- Talking with others about religion is kind of a taboo topic, but Alexandra remarks that if you can consider everyone´s truths as valid, being humble and curious, a productive conversation can take place. You may understand your own way of considering things and see humanity in others. An open mind and heart may allow you to learn and connect with the world.
- It is important to let people speak their truth in their own way. If we dig deep enough everything is religious or spiritual.
- Alexandra gives us some tips to integrate spirituality into our lives, like undergoing a self-reflective process, having some alone time and asking ourselves some important questions.
To learn more about Alexandra, visit her website.
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