Faith and spirituality have a deep
connection to mystique and awe feeling. They were aspects of existence
(at least before dominance of science in which man would see himself
in a warm and firm cocoon and feel safe), that caused him to relate
to the universe around him.
His desires, nevertheless, have come true in most
fields of life; he still feels to be detached and lost in an endless
vacuum; the continuous social changes have broken his trusts and
certitude down in solidity of the universe, mystics and God.
To compensate the absence of any mystery / magic,
he invents certain techniques to accelerate time and life. The problem
is the fastest he moves; the most acutely he feels his shelternessless.
It’s time to review definitions inside scientific
fields that may concern human being and his social and psychological
life. Many if not most of the individual and social abnormalities
may be due to the rigidity that has reigned in these fields.
In this paper, it’s to be offer view points
to help us rebuilding faith-based lifestyle; because the former
concepts seem neither to be efficient nor to be able to cope with
increasing psychological complexities, inner needs and man’s
feeling of him.
The aims are:
- to change view points in conception of to be possessed
- to ask questions how we can obtain new cognition
about faith- based social changes and spirituality
- to offer new definition about faith - based religion
Faith and spirituality aren’t means of approaching
God, but the bed of lovingly connection to universe and existence
that release man from loneliness and despair. Regarding social changes,
in lifestyle, renewing faith and spirituality are unachievable unless
we transmit our perception of the world; we need mysteries in our
lifestyle, know to share in its creation.
Born in 1963, BA in Educational technology. Author
& free researcher in human science, as an author: only a few
cards a psychological & philosophical story, as a translator
forge & crucible by Mircea Eliade.
Aerospace research Institute, Sana’at Square,
Sahrak-e- Quds, Iranzamin Ave, Tehran Iran