A spiritual side to your self-concept
For a self-concept to be fully developed attention needs to be paid to your spiritual self. What self-concept do you have of your spiritual self? Do you say, "I'm not religious, but I am spiritual"? This is certainly one spiritual self-concept.
Or do you have a religion as the centrepiece of your self-concept? Maybe your self-concept is as a Catholic, Buddhist, Jew, Muslim, Quaker, Hindhu or Mormon. If so, how do these spiritual teachings affect your self-concept?
For a self-concept to be clear your spiritual self needs acknowledgement. However, not all women are religious, although Australia has a predominantly Christian self-concept.
Are you still looking for the right spiritual path? This too can affect your self-concept. Or maybe your self-concept is based upon being at one with nature. This is another way for a self-concept to acknowledge unity with something greater.
You'll find sincere discussions on ways to clarify your spiritual self-concept here. Whatever your spiritual journey you are welcome. I also describe the steps I took to find my own spiritual path and refresh my spiritual self-concept. Joy grows from a nurturing spiritual self-concept, let your spiritual self blossom.