While I define religious abuse as physical, sexual and human rights abuses that are justified by religious dogma and religious opportunists, spiritual abuse is abuse of the human spirit.
Many people go through life believing that religion and spiritualty are the same. Religion has claimed ownership of the word “faith” as though it is synonymous with dogma. In reality, religion and spiritualty are two completely different experiences. They can, and do, exist without each other. In this awareness we can recognize that spiritual abuse and religious abuse are separate experiences.
Synchronicity is amazing! My completed book is in the hands of a talented editor who plans to have it fully edited by the end of this month and ready for publication. It is my story of overcoming the fear based beliefs that were placed on me as a result of the fundamentalist religion of my … Continue reading Synchronicity