Spiritual needs are psychological demands that encourage other kinds of wellness through prayer and meditation. They relate to activities that provide mental health and a sense of positive sensation. It is tied to religion, faith and pastoral leadership depending on the beliefs and preferences of those seeking spiritual guidance.
Spiritual needs are associated with caring for a person's psychological well-being. These demands place a preference on activities that promote wellness of the mind that in turn assists with mental health and physical stability. By establishing a strong mind that is free of major stress and cognitive distortion, it is easier to avoid the physical side effects of ongoing distress, such as insomnia, sour stomach and headaches. Creating a sense of well-being and a baseline of a healthy mindset promotes better relationships and performances at work.
Spiritual needs are defined by individuals depending on what appeals to them as mental health and relaxation. This includes prayer and meditation, massage therapy, visualization and counseling. Spiritual therapies are not limited to a single religious belief system or prayer directed toward a particular deity. Burning incense and listening to guided meditation is just as effective a way of meeting spiritual needs as praying in church or talking to a religious leader.