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Guide to Spiritual Wellness

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The Spiritual Wellness Dimension is a broad concept that represents one’s personal beliefs and values and involves having meaning, purpose, and a sense of balance and peace.
 
It includes:
Recognizing our search for meaning and purpose in human existence; and
Developing an appreciation for life and the natural forces that exist in the universe.
 

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Beliefs

Are you taking the time to determine what values, principles, and beliefs are important to you? Have you considered talking about them with others?

Have you learned about other religions and beliefs, and are you respectful of them?

Are you using your spirituality to drive your actions and thoughts and give a better meaning to life?

Read about other types of beliefs to help you become more understanding, accepting, and open-minded.

Keep your beliefs in your thoughts to use them in your everyday life.

Share your beliefs, values, and principles with others, as appropriate, as a means of deepening relationships and expanding your world view.

Involvement

Have you looked for a group in your community that deepens your spiritual practice and helps you connect with others who share your beliefs?

Are you being social with the people in your organization?

Do you reach out and help others when they are in need?

Learn about different organizations or groups in your community and decide which ones are the best fit for you.

Find out about the many groups offered within your organization and get involved.

Time

• Do you take the time each day to meditate or reflect on your spirituality?

Are you open to exploring different belief systems?

Are you receptive to your own spirituality even in times of pain and grief? This is when we find how our spirituality can help us most.

Do you take the time to appreciate the beauty of nature when possible?

As often as possible, find a peaceful location to reflect and meditate.

Learn other religions through books or conversation.

 

 

 

Courtesy: Department of Health & Human Services - USA