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Spiritual consumerism: new age and spirituality.

Spiritiuality is it a modern day consumerism? new religion?

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This essay addresses the questions in regard to why there is a need to speak of spirituality rather than religious belief.  It is believed that a new form of community is breathing life into what we term as ‘new agers’. The society is more consumer-based than ever before as it ushered  the new age; the millennium. Spirituality is not only a new form of socialisation but also a new means thought control Carette & King (2006). It discusses the notion of workshop based learning in an undercover attempt to capitalise on spirituality by a means of providing exclusive knowledge for a wide audience of people who can be labelled ‘light workers’. Religion will be discussed as a step towards discussing spirituality. As people feel more at ease with speaking in terms of being spiritual, rather than being religious.

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Religion has become outdated and the traditional church institutions have lost many of their members because of varied reasons. These churches have elderly congregations, declining numbers and shrinking budgets. Rees Jones et al (n.d). The churches are left with the task of providing traditional ritual services of baptisms, marriages and funerals. As church services are dwindling they are using selling and advertising strategies to try to recuperate some of the lost members and recruit new members. cited by Jkyte.spiritual horizons.co.uk

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