How’s your personal health right during this crisis? How are you doing physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually?

In parts 1-3 of the Personal Health Assessment series we addressed physical, mental, and emotional health. In this episode we address the final component – Spiritual Health.

Here are the questions discussed today:

How strong is your belief in a positive outcome? 1 2 3 4 5

How close do you feel to God or your higher power? 1 2 3 4 5

How much do you pray, meditate or practice mindfulness? 1 2 3 4 5

How often do you practice kindness or do acts of service towards others? 1 2 3 4 5

How well do you know and live your purpose in life? 1 2 3 4 5

Take a listen to today’s podcast. You’ll be glad you did!

We invite you to take these questions and combine them with the sets from the previous episodes and do a full personal health assesment.

Once completed, there are two ways to interpret your score. The first is your cumulative  score, which gives you an indication of your overall sense of health,  fulfillment, and  happiness in life:

  • 81-100: I  am generally healthy and happy in my life. Feedback in specific areas might be useful.
  • 65-80: My  life is okay, but not always what I would like it to be. I could use some direction in making my life healthier.
  • 50-65: My  life is not going in a direction I would like it to go. I need guidance in learning how to have greater health and wellness.
  • Less  than 50: My  life is unhealthy and needs to change now. (Don’t give up – this is a great opportunity for growth!)

The  second way to interpret your score has to do with the individual areas  which are covered in the survey. Research has shown that the twenty  areas addressed in the questions are specific indicators which  contribute to one’s overall sense of wellness. So, for  example, if a score was less than 4 on a particular question,  it shows room for improvement in that specific area. The lower the score, the greater the opportunity for growth.

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