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Facilitating rituals in the face of diversity. Judy Rigby. Theology. Sacred. Soul. Psyche. Philosophy. Spirituality. Sociology. Personhood. Psychology. Mark Cobb. Conceptual landscape of spirituality . Cobb, M. (2001) The Dying Soul . Buckingham: Open University Press.

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Facilitating rituals in the face of diversity

Facilitating rituals in the face of diversity

Judy Rigby


Mark cobb

Theology

Sacred

Soul

Psyche

Philosophy

Spirituality

Sociology

Personhood

Psychology

Mark Cobb

  • Conceptual landscape of spirituality

Cobb, M. (2001) The Dying Soul. Buckingham: Open University Press


Bruce rumbold

Bruce Rumbold

  • Spirituality is best understood in terms of the web of relationships that gives coherence to our lives, uniquely identifying each person. . . . Spiritual care encourages and supports people in a quest for meaning and personal autonomy. It is offered, not imposed. . .

Rumbold, B. (2003) Caring for the spirit: lessons from working with the dying, The Medical Journal of Australia, 179 (6 Suppl): S11-S13


Bruce rumbold pastoral spiritual care as patterning

Bruce RumboldPastoral/Spiritual Care as Patterning

  • Strands of the Web +ve Relationship Lost Relationship -ve Relationship

  • Transcendent:

  • The Other Self:

  • Interpersonal:

  • Society:

  • Places & Things:

Rumbold, B. (2003) Caring for the spirit: lessons from working with the dying, The Medical Journal of Australia, 179 (6 Suppl): S11-S13


Carrie doehring the web of being

Carrie DoehringThe web of being

  • . . . describes the complex interconnectedness among parts of creation (within which) power differentials are not predetermined but are created when people enter into relationships of responsibility over others that give them authority.

Doehring, C. (2006) The Practice of Pastoral Care: Spiritual Care at the End of Life. Louisville:Westminster John Knox Press


Carrie doehring theoglical reflection

Carrie DoehringTheoglical Reflection

  • . . . at its simplest, theology is a way to talk about people’s deepest values. . . how people put into practice the values that form their religious orientation . . . Do their religious faith and practices give people new life, or exacerbate already painful circumstances?

The Practice of Pastoral Care

Carrie Doehring

Westminster John Knox Press, Louisville, KY, 2006


Allan kellehear a multidimensional model of spiritual needs

Allan KellehearA multidimensional model of spiritual needs

  • . . . is the idea that human beings have a desire to transcend hardship and suffering . . . people need to seek and find a meaning beyond their current suffering that allows them to make sense of their situation


Spirituality

Spirituality

  • Common themes

  • Interconnectedness

  • Relationships

  • Finding meaning

  • Transcendence

  • Narrative – deepest values


A multidimensional model of spiritual needs

  • Moral & Biographical

  • Peace & reconciliation

  • Reunion with others

  • Prayer

  • Moral & social analysis

  • Forgiveness

  • Closure

  • Situational

  • Purpose

  • Hope

  • Meaning & affirmation

  • Mutuality

  • Connectedness

  • Social presence

  • Religious

  • Religious reconciliation

  • Divine forgiveness & support

  • Religious rites/sacraments

  • Clergy visits

  • Religious literature

  • Discussion about God, eschatology, or eternal life & hope

A multidimensional model of spiritual needs

Kellehear, A. (2000) Spirituality and palliative care: a model of needs, Palliative Medicine 2000:14: 153


Spirituality1

Spirituality

  • Theoretical implications:

    • Needs model allows for specificity – which dimension of spirituality are we addressing?


A multidimensional model of spiritual needs1

  • Moral & Biographical

  • Peace & reconciliation

  • Reunion with others

  • Prayer

  • Moral & social analysis

  • Forgiveness

  • Closure

  • Situational

  • Purpose

  • Hope

  • Meaning & affirmation

  • Mutuality

  • Connectedness

  • Social presence

  • Religious

  • Religious reconciliation

  • Divine forgiveness & support

  • Religious rites/sacraments

  • Clergy visits

  • Religious literature

  • Discussion about God, eschatology, or eternal life & hope

A multidimensional model of spiritual needs

Kellehear, A. (2000) Spirituality and palliative care: a model of needs, Palliative Medicine 2000:14: 153


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