spiritual well-being

spiritual well-being,

n a sense of peace and contentment stemming from an individual's relationship with the spiritual aspects of life.
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Continuing their commitment to improving the physical, mental, and spiritual well-being of individuals and communities, Dahn Yoga announces the name change of their company to "Body & Brain.
This paper assesses the psychometric properties of the Arabic version of the Spiritual Well-Being Scale (SWBS) in an Arab Christian sample by analyzing its internal structure.
The physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being of an individual is understood to be held within the patterns and balance of energy flow of that particular person.
The book has nine chapters discussing many aspects of spiritual leadership such as business model, the source, altruistic love, spiritual well-being, developing the qualities, implementing, the driver of the triple bottom line, and co-creating a conscious, sustainable world.
The Vital Psoas Muscle: Connecting Physical, Emotional, and Spiritual Well-Being considers this specific muscle, located in the front hip joint and lower spine and critical for postural alignment, movement and overall well-being.
research assistant professor in the department of family medicine, both of the University of Cincinnati, studied the demographics, health status, psychosocial characteristics, and spiritual well-being of 67 adolescents with IBD and 88 healthy adolescents, all between the ages of 11 and 19.
In the study involving 67 patients with IBD and 88 healthy adolescents between the ages of 11 and 19, the researchers collected data on socio-demographics, functional health status and psychosocial characteristics as well as spiritual well-being.
From this model, a person who has intrinsic (vertical) spiritual well-being will more likely have extrinsic (horizontal) spiritual well-being.
Recently, the hypothesis that spiritual well-being can have a positive influence on most aspects of health has been given increasing consideration in the social science literature (Carson, Soeken, & Grimm, 1988; Ellison & Smith, 1991; Hammermeister, Flint, Havens, & Peterson, 2001; Hammermeister & Peterson, 2001; Hawks, & Gast, 1999; Hodges, 1988; Landis, 1996; Manne, & Sharon, 1992; Miller, 1985; Waite, Zautra, Fehring, Brennan, & Keller, 1987).
In four decades of using prayer as the main resource for my own spiritual and physical well-being, I have also observed increasing concern being expressed by others that in the continual development of medical expertise for physical health we shouldn't lose sight of the benefits of nurturing spiritual well-being.
The study examined the relationship between loneliness and spiritual well-being for these two groups.
Zen And The Art Of Happiness" is enthusiastically recommended and 'user friendly' reading for anyone seeking to enhance their spirituality, learn to deal with life's stresses, and improve their physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being.