Spiritual Wellness is a personal matter involving values and beliefs that provide a purpose in our lives. While different individuals may have different views of what spiritualism is, it is generally considered to be the search for meaning and purpose in human existence, leading one to strive for a state of harmony with oneself and others while working to balance inner needs with the rest of the world. The National Wellness Institute says spiritual wellness has the following tenets:
- It is better to ponder the meaning of life for ourselves and to be tolerant of the beliefs of others than to close our minds and become intolerant.
- It is better to live each day in a way that is consistent with our values and beliefs than to do otherwise and feel untrue to ourselves.
On-Campus Resources: See Religious and Spiritual Life site
For more information about advising contact Joyce Tompkins, advisor for interfaith activities and Protestants at firstname.lastname@example.org
The following are a list of the religious groups on campus: Catholic Newman, Chabad on Campus, Hillel, Hindu Club, Muslim Student Association, Ruach, Baha'i, SCF and SPC.