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Neurodiversity & Spirituality

Updated: Feb 22, 2023


What's Neurodiversity Got To Do With It?


It's hard to say for sure why most people who are drawn to spirituality are neurodivergent, but it could be because neurodivergent individuals often have a unique relationship to the world that can lead them to explore spiritual concepts and paths. Neurodiversities often give individuals a different perspective on the world, a perspective that can be more open and accepting of ideas that are traditionally seen as "spiritual." Additionally, neurodivergent individuals may be more likely to embrace beliefs and practices that are outside of mainstream society, which can be attractive to those seeking spiritual growth and exploration.



What Is Neurodiversity?


Neurodiversity is the concept that neurological differences like autism, ADHD, dyslexia, and other conditions are a natural part of human diversity. It recognizes that these conditions are not inherently bad, and that individuals with neurodiverse conditions should be supported and accepted in society. Neurodiversity is not a medical term, but is used to refer to the ways in which neurological differences can affect how people think, learn, and interact.



What is spirituality?


Spirituality is a broad concept that is often associated with a connection to something larger than oneself. It may refer to a belief in a higher power, an inner path enabling a deeper understanding of the universe, or a connection to nature and its accompanying sense of awe and wonder. To some, it may involve specific rituals or practices, such as prayer or meditation, while to others it may simply be a way of living with a heightened awareness of the interconnectedness of all life. Ultimately, spirituality is an individual experience, and it is up to each person to decide what it means to them and how to explore it.





5 Connections Between Nurodivesity & Spirituality


  1. Neurodiversity can help foster an appreciation for the differences in spiritual beliefs and practices. Neurodivergent individuals may be more open-minded and accepting of different spiritual perspectives.

  2. Neurodiversity can lead to a greater understanding of how our brains process and interpret spiritual experiences. Neurodivergent individuals can offer unique insights into how these experiences can be interpreted and used for personal growth and development.

  3. Neurodiversity can help create a more inclusive spiritual environment for all. Neurodivergent individuals often experience challenges in finding acceptance and inclusion in traditional spiritual circles, but their perspectives can help create a more welcoming and understanding spiritual community.

  4. Neurodiversity can provide a platform for spiritual exploration and experimentation. Neurodivergent individuals often have different ways of understanding and exploring spirituality, which can open up new pathways and opportunities for spiritual growth.

  5. Neurodiversity can help us to appreciate the power of connection and the importance of community. Neurodivergent individuals can help us to recognize our shared humanity and the importance of connecting with others, and this can be a powerful tool in spiritual practice.


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