If Spirituality is your top strength you have strong and coherent beliefs about the higher purpose and meaning of the universe. You know where you fit in the larger scheme. Your beliefs shape your actions and are a source of comfort to you.

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Spirituality falls under the virtue category of Transcendence. Transcendence describes strengths that provide a broad sense of connection to something higher in meaning and purpose than ourselves.

Key Concepts

Spirituality is believed to describe both the private, intimate relationship between humans and the divine, and the range of virtues that result from the relationships. Spirituality is universal. Although the specific content of spiritual beliefs varies, all cultures have a concept of an ultimate, transcendent, sacred force.

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Spirituality Motto

Look for what is sacred in this moment.

Exercises for Boosting Spirituality

Cultivate sacred moments in which you set aside time to “just be” with a special/sacred object or space/environment.

Build in spiritual tools as a regular practice (ex: prayer, meditation, exploring nature) or as a way of approaching life (ex: giving charity, showing compassion to less fortunate individuals).

When experiencing trauma or a difficult situation, look for the deeper meaning and purpose of the experience.


The Wizard of Oz
Field of Dreams
Run Lola Run
Un Buda (A Buddha)
Of Gods and Men

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A Mother’s Prayer
Let it Be – Beatles
We Shall All Be Reunited – Patty Griffin
I Don’t Know Why – Shawn Colvin
Jesus Take the Wheel – Carrie Underwood
What if God Was One of Us – Joan Osborne
One Love – Bob Marley
Morning Has Broken – Cat Stevens

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