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The 2nd points at the act of "going over literature, Backyard Revolution or re-reading," which still keeps one in a state of repetition and doesn't imply progress - rather, indoctrination. A probable inference would be that both definitions are talking about stagnant being, for lack of better terms. Of course, it could go both ways with this. One could be positively "held back" from negative actions and living, or negatively rooted in that negative state of mind that inhibits personal self-discovery, spirituality. Religion, having its main purpose as a fetter, will sufficiently keep some from negativity, just as well as it will hold others back from their inner growth and knowledge, depending on what doctrine or discipline one chooses to allow into his/her life. Either way, it's up to you to assess whether your religion (if you have one) is helping you or keeping you from discovering yourself with its "guidelines."

The 3rd scenario, which came later from Roman philosophy and anthropology, denotes it as "re-attach" or "re-link" oneself to a higher power and in the process find oneself again. This throws in a twist - is there a true kind of attachment which helps you find yourself? Is there a false religion that could and would keep you from discovering who you really are and what your purpose is in life? It is very possible to be totally religious and yet not spiritual whatsoever. A diligent piece of information for those ascribing to Christianity/Judaism can be found here.

Spirituality has an end/ finish line:Spirituality as a goal is NOT targetable - you can NEVER be fully spiritual. This is one of the biggest markers of someone who has no clue it's a journey. It's not a destination. So you can't possibly say you are satisfied/content with yourself as a human because you know you always have room to improve and better yourself. And so long as you have that reality in mind, you will never catch yourself being "self-righteous" and self-sufficient; not even the most successful person in life can dare say so because there's always something "missing"!