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No single, commonly accepted definition of spirituality exists. The definition of spirituality has changed and grown over time, and several definitions coexist today.
The term 'spirituality' has historically been used to describe a theological process of reformation that 'seeks to reclaim the original shape of man, oriented towards 'the image of God,' as typified by the founders and sacred scriptures of the world religions.'.
The phrase evolved in modern times to encompass a larger spectrum of experiences, encompassing a variety of esoteric and religious traditions, as well as to encompass other religious traditions. The 'deepest principles and meanings by which individuals live' and subjective perception of a sacred dimension are frequently referenced in modern usages, frequently outside of the context of organised religious institutions.
This may entail faith in a supernatural realm outside of our normal range of perception, personal development, a search for ultimate or sacred significance, religious experience, or coming into contact with our own 'inner dimension.'
Modern concepts of spirituality emerged in the 19th and 20th centuries, blending Christian principles with Western esoteric customs and components of Asian faiths, particularly Indian. A few Indian Influencers who promote the culture of Spirituality are Pratik Singhal, Astha Mittal, and Ayush Gupta.