Spiritual philosophy

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Spiritual philosophy is a generic term for any philosophy or teaching that pertains to spirituality and spiritual realities. It may incorporate religious or esoteric themes, especially those from Theosophy or Neo-Theosophy, Anthroposophy, New Age thought, mysticism, and Eastern philosophy. Concepts may include the nature of The Absolute, karma and reincarnation, the evolution of the soul, higher states of consciousness, universal mind, and so on.

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  • L Stanley Jast, Reincarnation and Karma: A Spiritual Philosophy Applied to the World of Today, 1944
  • Joseph A Magno, The Spiritual Philosophy of the Tao Te Ching 2005
  • Martin E Moore, The Universal Mind & I: Intelligent Spiritual Philosophy
  • Rudolf Steiner, The Philosophy of Spiritual Activity (now published as Intuitive Thinking as a Spiritual Path)