Spiritual wellness is not:
Being a deeply religious person.
Attending a place of worship on a regular basis.
Forcing a set belief system on one self and expecting others to follow.
Living life according to rigid rules and cultural norms.
Doing what you want to do, and not caring for what others think because your way and belief system is the right way to live.
Is not a one fit for all approach to life.
Spiritual wellness is:
Developing a life purpose
Having the ability to spend reflective time alone
Spending time reflecting on the meaning in life
Having a sense of right and wrong and being able to act accordingly
Having a relationship with yourself, your heart, and your soul (essence of your being and life purpose).
Caring and acting for the welfare of others and the environment
Being able to practice forgiveness and compassion in life.