January 17, 2017

Spiritual Well-being

By Amy - Coach


There is more to me than my body and mind. I have a body, but I am not my body. I have a mind, but I am not my mind. I also have thoughts, feelings, and desires… but I am not these things either. So who am I? I am a whole person, with an inner spirit that transcends the sum of my parts. A holistic approach to well-being means recognizing and supporting spiritual well-being. Since there are many assumptions associated with spirituality, it is important to define and understand this term. 


  • Is a dynamic process that can help you discover connection, meaning and purpose in your life.
  • Can empower you to be fully engaged in life experiences as your authentic self.
  • Is not the same as religion, but is something everyone experiences. For some, spirituality includes religious experiences; for others it does not.
  • Can mean vastly different things to different people, and is expressed in a variety of ways.

Does this sound like something you want to explore?

Sign up for the DAHLC Spiritual Wellness Series! This 3-session series takes an expansive approach to spirituality and is designed to help participants define what spirituality means to them, gain a more solid sense of self, explore a variety of contemplative practices and identify current and new practices that support personal spiritual well-being.

Series meets: Mondays, Feb 6 - 20 from 5:30-6:30pm
Registration opens Jan 23 at 5:30pm

To register for a series, stop by the front desk or call 507-266-4688.
Direct questions to: kuth.amy@mayo.edu

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