First of all one has to address the question : 'What is Spirituality'?

Let us offer a definition : 'Spirituality is the direct personal experience of one's own universality'.

Every conscious human being has this potential, so whether or not an individual actually becomes aware of 'their own universality' depends on the number and the difficulty of the obstacles in their way.

Through various media and in an entirely independent manner, Inspirita seeks to present as unobstructed a view of the world as possible. In so doing , we affirm the great spiritual quality of Dispassion.

Other than universal values agreed upon by all the world's cultures, we are non-didactic and do not promote any particular set of values or beliefs.
Beyond the fundamental requirement of saying 'Be ye informed about our world', our mission is to have no mission. From that point on, it is up to the individual to decide.

We respect the right of any viewer of our films or any traveller on our itineraries ( to make up their own minds on what they see. It is our duty to present as independent and unbiased an account of a culture as possible in order to facilitate greater awareness, in order to situate the world, no matter how complex and contradictory, in a richer, more universal and ultimately more realistic perspective. 

'Inclusivity' is key and the world enquiry has to be willing and able to work at an absolute level and to encompass all that is contained therein. After taking in the essence of the various world cultures, an individual would acquire their own unique, personal 'world view'. We would not wish to interfere with that individual's conclusions and what then proceeds from their own viewpoint is entirely up to them. We believe that this approach best assists an individual towards a genuine spiritual freedom.