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Spiritual Wellness is about understanding your own values and beliefs and taking time to deepen your spirituality (perhaps by learning about other religions, using your beliefs to guide your decisions, or finding a peaceful place to reflect). Spiritual wellness often explores living life with meaning and purpose.
Be Spiritually Well
Explore your Spiritual Core
- College offers you a time to explore who you are as a person. That means asking: Who am I? What is my purpose? What do I value most? Let this exploration lead you to learn more about yourself and help you feel happy and fulfilled.
Spend Time Alone
- The best way to get to know yourself? Spend time alone. Whether you take time to get outside, or exercise, or nap, or meditate, being by yourself regularly allows you to become comfortable in your own skin and with your own values and beliefs.
See and Appreciate Uniqueness
- You may meet people on campus with different values and beliefs from your own, but that doesn’t mean there is right or wrong. A spiritually well person can be themselves and allow those around them to be themselves, too. By taking opportunities to understand those around you, you can grow in your own spiritual wellness.