Your inner light is a vital part of your spiritual health.
Your light is needed among your coworkers and even your employer. Don’t be afraid to be you--your whole, authentic self--in the workplace.
Loneliness is, well, lonely. But God is always there.
There is greater peace, greater direction, and the best kind of connection found outside.
Your journey of discovering God is uniquely yours. What you put into this divine relationship, you’ll get out of it. So go explore.
Engaging in simple spiritual practices every day will help you avoid moments of identity crisis.
“Intentional living is a lifestyle that encourages us to define our priorities, get clear on what we want from life and living every day in alignment with these priorities."
When we work together with our community or our family to serve others, we create something truly beautiful.
Resilient individuals are normally more flexible and seek to have a positive outlook. You’ll find greater confidence and a deeper peace as you learn this character trait of resiliency.
If we are more aware of our senses, we can use them as a tool to shape our spirituality and create an environment that brings greater peace and connection to God.
If you want to give your whole self to a relationship and learn to become the best soul mate, I suggest starting with yourself. Learn to love the authentic you.
It’s hard not to get defensive when someone shares spiritual views that conflict with your own. But it’s also possible to learn how to respect others who are different than you.
Having an open spirit allows us to receive guidance and direction on our life’s path. Prayer provides peace unlike anything else.
Patience is required to learn the art of balance. Incorporate mental evaluations throughout your day and make gradual changes.
Learning to nurture your unique spiritual personality with specific practices is important to becoming the best version of yourself.
An unlit match can't start a fire. Fuel your inner light and then discover ways to share.
Self-control isn’t a destination; it’s a journey of spiritual development.
If you are seeking greater peace or direction in your life, pick up a spiritual book. And then set aside time—every day—to study.
“Hope has a cost. Hope is not comfortable or easy. Hope requires personal risk. It is not about the right attitude. Hope is not about peace of mind. Hope is action. Hope is doing something.”
Dedication to your spiritual habits and developing self-control over your thoughts are powerful steps in learning a growth mindset.
Studies show that spiritual people are generally happier. Instead of waiting for the future, focus on spirituality to discover how to be happy today.
A few minutes every day = more tranquility, power, purpose and resilience. Join the spiritual wellness movement.