Assess and Enhance Your Well-being in Alignment with Islamic Values.

Take an Islamic 8 Dimensions of Wellness Test for Muslim Women now to see what your score is!

Instructions: Rate each well-being statement below on a scale of 1 to 5, with 1 being “Strongly Disagree” and 5 being “Strongly Agree.” Be honest and select the response that best reflects your current level of engagement or experience in each dimension.

BODY – Physical Well-being (Jasad)

  1. I engage in regular physical exercise to maintain my physical health.
  2. I prioritize consuming a balanced and halal diet to nourish my body.
  3. I ensure I get enough restful sleep to rejuvenate and energize myself.
  4. I practice cleanliness and personal hygiene as part of my self-care routine.
  5. I seek medical care promptly when needed to address any health concerns.
  6. I observe the obligatory fasting during the month of Ramadan (Sawm).

MIND – Emotional Well-being (Nafs)

  1. I actively manage stress and find healthy ways to cope with challenging situations.
  2. I engage in self-reflection and seek personal growth and improvement.
  3. I strive to seek forgiveness and maintain positive relationships with others.
  4. I express gratitude regularly and focus on cultivating a positive mindset.
  5. I engage in acts of kindness and compassion towards myself and others.
  6. I perform the obligatory daily prayers (Salah) regularly and with devotion.

PLAY – Intellectual Well-being (Aql)

  1. I prioritize continuous learning and seek knowledge in various areas of interest.
  2. I dedicate time to read and study the Quran to deepen my understanding.
  3. I engage in critical thinking and seek to broaden my perspectives.
  4. I actively engage in constructive discussions and exchange ideas with others.
  5. I strive to apply Islamic teachings in my intellectual pursuits.
  6. I have performed or intend to perform the pilgrimage to Mecca (Hajj) if financially and physically able.

SOUL – Spiritual Well-being (Ruh)

  1. I engage in regular acts of worship, such as prayer, fasting, and supplication.
  2. I seek spiritual reflection and connect with Allah through personal devotion.
  3. I seek guidance from spiritual mentors or scholars to enhance my spirituality.
  4. I actively participate in religious gatherings and events to strengthen my faith.
  5. I prioritize the development of a strong and meaningful relationship with Allah.
  6. I bear witness to the oneness of Allah and the prophethood of Muhammad (Shahada).

CONNECTION – Social Well-being (Ijtima)

  1. I prioritize building and maintaining healthy relationships with my family.
  2. I actively engage in acts of charity and contribute to the well-being of others.
  3. I participate in community service activities to give back to my community.
  4. I practice kindness, compassion, and good manners in my interactions with others.
  5. I strive to be an active and positive member of my social circle and community.

WORK – Vocational Well-being (Nafs)

  1. I pursue a vocation or career that aligns with my skills, talents, and values.
  2. I strive to maintain a healthy work-life balance to prioritize self-care.
  3. I actively seek professional development opportunities to enhance my skills.
  4. I conduct myself with integrity and excellence in my vocational endeavors.
  5. I aim to contribute positively to society through my work or vocational pursuits.

GREEN – Environmental Well-being (Muhit)

  1. I adopt sustainable practices in my daily life to care for the environment.
  2. I conserve resources and strive to reduce waste in my daily routines.
  3. I actively minimize food waste by practicing mindful consumption and responsible food management.
  4. I seek out and choose cleaning products that are free from harmful chemicals and pollutants.
  5. I maintain a clean and organized environment in my home and work space.

WEALTH – Financial Well-being (Mal)

  1. I manage my financial resources responsibly in accordance with Islamic principles.
  2. I strive to earn halal income through lawful and ethical means.
  3. I practice moderation in spending and avoid unnecessary debt.
  4. I give in charity and support those in need as part of my financial responsibilities.
  5. I plan for the future and strive for financial stability and contentment.
  6. I pay the obligatory charity (Zakat) based on my wealth.

Scoring: Add up your scores for each dimension to determine your level of engagement or experience in each area.

  • 35 to 40: Excellent engagement and alignment with Islamic principles.
  • 28 to 34: Good engagement with room for further growth and improvement.
  • 20 to 27: Moderate engagement, consider focusing on specific areas for enhancement.
  • 11 to 19: Limited engagement, prioritize exploring and incorporating these dimensions into your life.
  • 1 to 10: Minimal engagement, consider seeking guidance and support to enhance your overall well-being.

Note: This self-assessment is a starting point for reflecting on your well-being and engagement in each dimension of wellness, with a focus on Islamic values. It can help identify areas for personal growth and improvement aligned with Islamic principles. Please note that the content may evolve over time, so your feedback and suggestions are always welcome. For a more detailed analysis, consider taking “The Ultimate 8 Well-being Quest Designed for Muslim Women” (coming Soon!). Let’s embark on a journey to enhance well-being through Islamic teachings and personal development!

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