Spiritual wellness refers to having values or beliefs that provide a sense of meaning and purpose to your life, and considering whether your actions align with your values. You can also take time to connect with something bigger than yourself.
How to support your spiritual wellness:
- Be curious about the world around you and the life experiences you encounter, through mindfulness techniques.
- Make time for personal reflection and defining your personal values (e.g., meditation, yoga).
- Actively care for the welfare of others in the Princeton community and act with compassion.
- Behave in ways that are congruent with your values and beliefs.
- If you are religious, find a faith community or activity you are comfortable with and participate on a regular basis.
How's your spiritual wellness? Take a self-assessment!
These resources can help you to find value and meaning in your life, through self-reflection and exploration:
- Mind/Body Programs
- Office of Religious Life
- Pace Center for Civic Engagement (for undergraduate and graduate students)