Ecospirituality represents many ways of connecting ecological awareness with spirituality. There are countless forms, historically and currently, of intimate bonds between ecology and spirituality. Historically, the natural world has been a primary influence in the development of spiritual insights and teachings. Within the emergence of religious traditions, nature is perceived to be a central to peripheral dimension of religious precepts and human spiritual concerns. The natural world can be seen many ways: as radiating a spiritual presence or power, a source of enlightenment, a central place of revelation, something requiring good stewardship, or the background to human spiritual affairs.

Forms of ecospirituality and connections between religion and ecology can be readily found in historically conventional religions such as Daoism, Confucianism, Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism, Zoroastrian, Judaism, Christianity, ...

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