This masterthesis focuses on spirituality. First, by conducting a disambiguation the multi-faceted phenomenon spirituality will be outlined. A crucial distinction between religiosity and spirituality is being made in this thesis. In chapter 2 Anton Buchers (2014) schemes are revisited and described with affiliation: Spirituality as affiliation to oneself, to the social world, to the creation and the universe and to God, the first reality. This affiliation succeeds easier if the individual transcends itself. All these affiliations open a horizon of meaning. In chapter 3, the Christian Gestaltwork by Albert Höfer will be portrayed. Gestaltwork manifests mainly in the course “Integrative Gestaltpedagogy and Christian-oriented personality development” (COPB). The goals, subjects and focus areas of COPB are being explained and visualized based on each units topics. A description of a units progression provides an insight into COPB and the work of the “Institute for Gestaltpedagogy and healing pastoral care” (IIGS). Interviews, based on qualitative empirical social research, give answers to the following research question: “Which spiritual experiences and contents become apparent in COPB and which impacts are seen as personally significant?” The transcriptions of the interviews were coded, categorized and afterwords discussed. The spiritual experiences and contents in COPB are being categorized in: Experience of wholeness and oneness; personal experience of God; experience of immanence of God in the individual; experience of a healing God; motherly/fatherly experiences of God; experience of Gods inconceivability and experience of “more than all”. The categories of significant impacts are: experience of a new identiy; relieved living; new capacity for love and blessed path through life. In chapter 5 the significance of these spiritual experiences as well as the central impacts and effects are being summarized.