I was listening to a rabbi today - (He is Jewish and doesn't believe that Jesus was the Messiah but he still has a lot of wisdom to offer for Christians, and Non-Christians) He was on the 'typically hazardous' podcast and he said something that really struck me, he was asked a question about what he would say to someone wanting to seek or have a spiritual life and what they should do. His reply (paraphrased) was to go outside, look at nature, stare at the mountains and look at the stars. You don't have to go to Church at first, really think about it. What the meaning of it all is. Look into the eyes of a dog, look into the eyes of someone you love. Learn about yourself. Christians believe we are tripartite beings which means we are made up of 3 parts. Soul, Spirit and Body. 2 parts divine and 1 part physical. Don't deny your divineness. It's a part of you.
Look around, look up, look within.