Sunday, October 28, 2007

it burns

what's the difference between mental and spiritual?

3 comments:

phil said...

"mental" has both the formal usage, (i.e. mental journey), and informal usage (i.e. mental hospital, going mental). Either way, I think there is a huge difference, as spirituality is not necessarily confined to one mind, but can be a group consciousness, or exist independently of people.*

You don't have to be mental (inf.) to be spiritual.
Being spiritual is not necessarily a mental (for.) experience.

*I'm no expert

bjurk said...

Cults: where the mental get spiritual!

skippy haha said...

ha bjurk, so true!

phil i think there is a huge difference too. i think you think one and feel the other. i'm no expert either.