Ways to find spiritual inspiration include walking in nature, meditating or practicing yoga, practicing deep breathing, and attending a conference or retreat with like-minded, uplifting, inspiring people, suggests Tiny Buddha. Another way to find spiritual inspiration is performing service for others.
Interaction with other people can provide spiritual inspiration. One way is to ask everyone for what they are grateful. Another way is to join an organization that has a positive impact on the local community. Other ideas are to spend time with children and try to see the world as the children experience it, or read inspirational stories or quotes.
Exercising, getting reasonable amounts of sleep and eating well help a person increase his spiritual inspiration. Other healthy habits include writing in a journal, trying new experiences and expressing spirituality through art. Writing a bucket list, creating a vision board and watching inspiring videos also add spiritual inspiration to a person's day. Take a camera on a nature walk and take photographs of everything that is beautiful.
A prideful, arrogant, angry, defensive or conceited person often has a harder time finding spiritual inspiration than a humble person. A person seeking praise or recognition for his actions may not find spiritual inspiration. Spiritual inspiration may appear as an internal peaceful or quiet, warm feeling.