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Updated: November 10, 2004

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Spirituality & Health
This easy to use, attractive site includes excellent articles by many well-known spiritual leaders of today. Select the Site Guide link from this home page to get started.

Articles from a variety of people and viewpoints. Sample titles include Altruism and Compassion, Counselor Within, Time to Change Gods?, Deciding on a Spiritual Path, and Allowing Jesus to Be Real. You may want to explore the home site of this page, InnerSelf: New Attitudes--New Possibilities, which deals with such topics as herbs, channeling, meditation, sexuality, holistic politics, and parenting.

Spirituality and Aging
"Observations of older adults have shown increased reflection, less concern for material things and more interest in satisfaction with life." An interesting site with a distinctive focus and links to more resources.

Seven Principles of Spirituality in the Workplace
An extensive site exploring spirituality and work. The seven principles are creativity, communication, respect, vision, partnership, energy, and flexibility; and fun and finding yourself are important too. Be sure to explore some of the many links, and if you enjoy typologies like MBTI or the Enneagram, The Personality Game is identified "as a fun way to learn about personality types and their unique - and often quirky - traits. This personality system focuses on improving team-work and increasing productivity within a company."

Native American Spirituality
This site explores a few of the many dimensions of Native American spirituality and points to other resources for further investigation.

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