Spiritual practices do have practical application in life unlike as argued by the non-believers of spirituality.
Otherworldly practices should work in your reality. Contemplation is an otherworldly practice in numerous religions. Science has indicated how reflection decreases worry in your life. Prayer is also an otherworldly practice in certain religions.
Science has indicated how being appreciative for things you have in your own life, or remembering your good fortune, help you in managing reality. Joining hands with great individuals is a profound practice prescribed in the greater part of the religions. They do help you in creating a network of genuine people for a genuine purpose, and also bailing each other out and so forth.
This practical application and utility of spirituality overrule the statement that it does not exist. Its ways may not be visible but its presence can be felt in an incorporeal manner.
In spite of the fact that there are some profound practices, for example, customs, rituals and so forth, that you can purchase from the web, larger part of the otherworldly practices should be polished on an increasingly individual and direct dimension of understanding. At last all otherworldly practices should occur at this dimension. If it is not happening, at that point, the profundity of comprehension of the profound practice must be deficient. Firstly, that deficiency needs to be worked upon. Once the connection with the unseen is established, the practical application of spirituality will naturally be understood.