We regard spirituality as the immediate result of one's commitment to walk The Way. We may do things to help us develop and maintain our spirituality -- such as to study Scripture, be attentive to Initiation, do Meditation, attend congregate Worship, maintain a Holistic balance, do Works of Mercy, maintain our physical bodies and our mental states, etc. But the immediate result of all of the above and whatever else we do is our spirituality.
One's Spirituality is not only a state of mind, it is the result of one's state of mind -- it is seen in one's lifestyle and day to day conduct.
One's Spirituality is not only a gauge of the relative health of one's spirit -- it is an holistic expression of the state of the spirit.
Spirituality is expressed in one's lifestyle and daily conduct. Is is also that which governs the mind's processes.