The word, spirituality often sparks an image of false beliefs that are rooted in blind faith in religion, or perhaps just a puzzle with an abundance of missing pieces. Unsurprisingly, from the 1960s to now, Western scientists and otherwise have come to discover that there was in fact, a scientific purpose behind each spiritual practice or idea. Though much of its mystical theories are not available to scientific investigation, much research upon this ancient theory has made a significant contribution to modern science. Spirituality fundamentally stemmed from the continent of India and its religion of Hinduism. Hinduism is the world’s oldest active religion and is often referred to as a way of life by its followers. Spiritual practices are now widespread throughout the world and have attracted attention from people and scientists of all cultures. Predisposition towards spirituality still prevails but adopting some of these spiritual practices might just have significant benefits to our everyday lives to improve our understanding of ourselves, the world around us and beyond. There are many dimensions of the world and ourselves we have yet to uncover, and to further educate ourselves on the ancient practices to make sense of it in our modern world is the purpose of this report.
Writing is a passion of Jayani's and she loves to write anything from creative writing to research- based writing. Jayani wants to travel the world and write about her experiences with different people one day. Jayani loves to write on Medium, a writing blog. In her free time, she likes to play the piano and compose music. You can find her biking around Dublin with friends, playing tennis, or drinking boba. She likes to discuss and write about controversial and unique topics and hopes to deliver ideas that are often unacknowledged through her writing in The Dublin Shield.