The word practical means "applied, not merely theoretical." Thus, practical spirituality is something experienced and lived.
Learn how to live an essentially practical approach to religion: how to experience what is described in the scriptures, by utilizing the simple and effective approach of Yoga as taught by Krishna in the Bhagavad-gita, and Patanjali in the Yoga Sutras, which applies to any religious or spiritual perspective. They teach:
This is not a course of theory, belief, supposition, guesswork, or fantasy. Instead, you will learn how to work with spiritual facts to expand your perception of reality, and transform your experience of living, by setting aside harmful and useless behaviors, and adopting behaviors that benefit yourself and others.
“Even if one is the most sinful of all sinners, one shall yet cross over the ocean of sin by the raft of Self-knowledge alone. As the blazing fire reduces wood to ashes; similarly, the fire of Self-knowledge reduces all bonds of karma to ashes...” — Krishna, Bhagavad-gita 4:36-37
"The most elevated form of thinking is non-thinking. When one achieves the stillness and silence of the mind, the “I” with all its passions, dens, appetites, fears, affections, etc. becomes absent. It is only in the absence of the “I,” in the absence of the mind, that the Buddhata can awaken to unite with the Inner Self and take us to ecstasy."