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Bernard Lonergan's approach to conversion is much more accessible to the general public than the staunch relation of "conversion" as religious. It allows for personal growth which can in turn lead to religious conversion. Some may feel an increased spiritual life, but not a religious one when the word is used in the sense of devotion to a Higher Power. I do strongly agree that without an affective, intellectual, or moral conversion, a religious one is not possible.
An affective conversion leads us to further relationships with others. Emotions can provide a center of focus on which to base our decisions and actions. However, they can be destructive when neglected. Repressed negative emotion contributes to flawed decision making as well as physical symptoms of fatigue. One has to find constructive ways to release negative emotion. An affective conversion leads to an emotionally well balanced and liberated person. It can now play an active role in the "q...
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