A spiritual practice is an action or activity that is performed regularly in the pursuit of spiritual development or to commune with one’s experience of the sacred or divine. There are countless different practices to engage in, some tied to a religious tradition or an ancestral heritage, and others that someone has developed a more personal, individual connection to. Common practices that span a vast array of different spiritual disciplines include prayer, meditation, song, chanting, dance, breathing exercises, ceremony, and ritual.
This video is part of a series made possible by the Lippman Kanfer Foundation for Living Torah. What was your spiritual life like before you became a parent? Did it change when you became a parent? Rabbi Danya Ruttenberg argues that raising children can be its own form of spiritual practice.
Life Loves You is one of Louise Hay’s best-loved affirmations. It is the heart thought that represents her life and her work. Together, Louise and Robert Holden look at what life loves you really means – that life doesn’t just happen to you; it happens for you.