||Spirituality is often defined as a sense of connection that gives meaning and purpose to a person’s life.
Spirituality is unique to each individual, and refers to the deepest part of you.
Your spirit provides you with the revealing sense of who you are, why you are here and what your purpose for living is. It is that innermost part of you that allows you to gain strength and hope.
Technical Guide 360: Spiritual Fitness Inventory User Guide (USAPHC)
The Spiritual Fitness Inventory (SFI) is a tool to assist screeners in assessing Soldiers’ spiritual fitness as a component of their resilience and readiness. The results of the SFI can be used to facilitate a discussion related to spirituality, and to help an individual track changes in his or her spiritual fitness over time as part of a comprehensive approach to wellness and resiliency.
Boosting Resilience through Spirituality (APHC Brochure)
This brochure provides information on the benefits of spiritual fitness, spiritual fitness tips, finding a chaplain, and what leaders can do to promote tolerance alongside the practice of spirituality.
Comprehensive Soldier and Family Fitness (CSF2)
Spirituality, as defined by Comprehensive Soldier Fitness, is strengthening a set of beliefs, principles or values that sustain a person beyond family, institutional, and societal sources of strength.
CSF2 Spiritual Modules
The Global Assessment Tool (GAT) does not have to be taken in order to access the modules. However, you do have to log in. Step one is to take the GAT. Step two is to Review your GAT Scores and complete the Checks on Learning. Step three is the CSR2 modules. You can skip right to step three and select modules, whether or not the GAT status is green (taken less than 90 days ago) or red.
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Army Center for Spiritual Leadership
The Center for Spiritual Leadership is the Chief of Chaplains’ lead agency to coordinate the delivery of tailored spiritual development programs and products to enhance the mental, emotional, physical and spiritual well-being of the Chaplain Corps. It provides resources across the Chaplaincy to shape a spiritually resilient environment. You may be asked to log in with your AKO username and password to access this web site.
Department of Veterans Affairs Spirituality Center
The Department of Veterans Affairs is concerned about you as a whole person, and is committed to offering spiritual care if it is something you want. This Spirituality Center might help you decide if you want spiritual care or assist you in thinking about your current beliefs, values and relationships. We also hope it will encourage you, inspire you and renew your spirit.
Real Warriors - Real Battles - Real Strength
Spirituality can help you feel connected to something bigger than yourself and build resilience at the same time. Learn eight steps that can help you embrace your spirituality or find support in your efforts to build and maintain spiritual fitness. Site sponsored by DoD and the DCoE Outreach Center for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury.
Virtual Spiritual Fitness Center
Many Soldiers, Family members and DA civilians are seeking spiritual direction yet do not know where to obtain the needed guidance. This website seeks to provide that help and guidance. The overarching goal is to have individuals active in their own faith journey leading to spiritual fitness.
Articles on Meditation and Mindfulness
Spirituality after Deployment
Veterans Administration My HealtheVet
Coming Home: Developing a Theological Response for Returning Combat Veterans . This site contains links to resources for OEF/OIF veterans, their Family members, caregivers and spiritual leaders, and spiritual communities.
Health Benefits of Spiritual Fitness
This listing shows the holidays and observances for all the major religious organizations. It includes definitions for each of the observances listed.
Military Crisis Line
Call 1-800-273-8255 and press 1 for the Military Crisis Line