Wellness: Power of Prayer for Mind

Spiritual Dimension of Wellness: Nurturing the Soul

The wellness movement has become a global phenomenon, grounded in real experiences and modern scientific knowledge. Defined by the WHO, wellness covers the mind, body, and soul. This piece explores the often-overlooked dimension of the soul, emphasizing the power and benefits derived from nurturing it through religion, prayer, and introspection.

Irrespective of religious faith, all belief systems preach that closeness to the Creator brings serenity, strength, happiness, and resilience. The teachings emphasize studying, practicing, and following the Creator’s laws and norms, with prayer being a key constituent. The soul benefits both in the present and beyond, analogous to a spiritual currency of good deeds, obedience, and prayer, enriching our existence in this world and the next.

Wellness: Faith as a Source of Serenity and Resilience

Observing individuals deeply committed to their faith reveals consistent traits—regular prayer, participation in religious activities, and a genuine embodiment of their beliefs. These individuals radiate positivity, free from expressions of anger or weakness. Therefore, this positive transformation stems not from genetic makeup but from religious practices, affirming their status as “religious” individuals.

Exploring the mechanics of prayer and religious living, the piece highlights the transformative impact on the mind. Genuine prayer creates a sense of closeness to the Creator, fostering confidence and strength. This newfound confidence positively influences cognitive abilities, changing perceptions of obstacles and increasing the belief in overcoming challenges. Prayer enhances both the conscious and subconscious aspects of the mind, reducing anxiety and instilling a sense of ease and confidence.

The mind-body connection is emphasized, with a confident and calm mind leading to a journey of self-improvement. Feeling in control enables individuals to avoid harmful practices and take better care of their bodies. The piece also touches on the crucial aspect of self-love, highlighting its role in personal empowerment and goal achievement.

Conclusion

Addressing stress, the piece underscores the role of a strong faith as a resource to cope with life’s challenges. Without such a foundation, individuals may resort to less healthy coping mechanisms, exacerbating the impact of stress on physical health. Beliefs and attitudes, largely determined by faith, influence thinking patterns, emotions, and behaviors, illustrating the intricate interconnection between the spirit, soul, and body.

In conclusion, the piece asserts that the power of prayer and religious living contributes holistically to wellness, encompassing the mind, body, and soul.

Author of article: Dr Zeina Ghossoub El Aswad

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Wellness: Power of Prayer

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