Coming into the spiritual domain is not easy. It is largely a matter of Divine mercy and grace, but some human effort is also needed. The spiritual world is both within and without us; whoever probes into it realises the reality. Some may find their spiritual life is linked with visiting a temple, gurdwara, church or any other religious place. Other may find comfort or seek meaning through their connections to nature or art. Like your sense of purpose, your personal definition of spirituality may change throughout your life, adapting your own experiences.
Our concern with worldly affairs makes us believe that we’re just physical bodies but we remain ignorant of our real status. We are here for a reason and we should remember that when we feel fortunate to have a vision in life, we will be reminded by ourselves that our existence is much larger than the unreal world around us. Perhaps these experiences are meant to help us realize the limitations of the material world with all its desires and give us a deeper viewpoint about what really matters to us.
The spiritual world relates to the true justice where we must render accounts of our deeds as soon as possible.