Spiritual wellness includes a feeling of higher purpose for yourself and a connection to God, Spirit, Creator, Universal Energy-whatever you believe in. It is a very individualistic aspect of your well-being because no one can tell you what to think or believe.
Your sense of self is related to your beliefs. When you stand in your truth, you will have plenty of opportunities to connect your beliefs with your highest purpose.
Spiritual wellness may be based on faith or include spiritual practices like healing through Reiki or connecting to Universal Energy. Some may connect with spirit guides, use healing tools- such as crystals, or learn more about themselves through healers, and shamanic practices.
The most important part of your spiritual wellness is that you have some sort of connection and understanding in what you believe. Spiritual wellness creates balance and harmony between self and the external forces that we encounter daily.
Did You Know?
– There are over 4,300 religions being practiced in the world.
– Religion is based on organized beliefs while spirituality is focused on a sense of purpose and connecting to one’s authentic self.
– Mindfulness has roots in religious teachings such as Buddhism.
– The first documentation of crystals was from the Ancient Sumerians who used them for magic. Today healers use crystals based on their healing properties and in concert with the chakras and for connecting with life-energy (or chi/qi).
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