When nurtured can lead to inner peace, feelings of purpose & a sense of possibility. I compare spiritual health to soulful connectivity, as it is the conduit between our inner selves and our outer lives; and as such, when nurtured, can lead to inner peace, feelings of purpose, and a sense of possibility.
Spiritual health is about having self-awareness of your own values, beliefs, morals, and faith. Through an understanding of these principals, one can live in harmony with their inner self, greatly reducing tension and creating conditions to become the optimum version of themselves. Indeed, just as spiritual health can reconcile us with ourselves, it can show us a path through the world at large, like a compass, providing resolute navigation throughout our lives. The purpose of life is a life of purpose!
If you answered ‘No’ to any of these questions, there may well be room to improve your spiritual health and reap some of the benefits listed above.
Spiritual Health is a deeply individual experience, involving beliefs and values that are unique to the purpose and meaning in your life. What works for others may not benefit you in the slightest so be willing to experiment a little and see what methods are best suited to you. The following are examples of some things that can help to promote spiritual health:
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