Did you know that well-being is an integration of our mindset, thought patterns in the brain, and relationships?
Do you find yourself in search of new ways to improve collaboration, communication, resilience, engagement, manage conflicts, maximize productivity, and yes to help your employees stay well to reduce absenteeism? It may be because you view these as separate areas that need to be addressed, instead of outcomes, or symptoms that reflect a state of well-being.
Nine-dimensional wellness is a way to help people find real and lasting well-being in their work and life by employing a simple, common-sense approach to their daily activities. In is the process of creating awareness and reminding us that we are multi-dimensional; thus what affects one area of our life will spill over into other areas. As we begin to acknowledge and accept this simple logic, we begin to think and act with greater intent and purpose, which leads to mindful action, and better interactions with others.
In my quest to find solutions, I began asking questions about what was driving the conflicts I was seeing, and how to help clients identify the intrapersonal conflicts that were at the root of those difficult and intractable situations. This led to me developing the nine-dimensional approach, which, when applied by clients allowed for faster and more long-lasting results, and improved well-being. It allowed them to improve their relationships and their resilience.
The nine-dimensional wellness improvement approach is dynamic wellness at its core. It allows for an integration of left and right brain hemispheres that blends mindset, logic, intuition, and relationships, thus creating new neuro-pathways in the brain that leads to a state of well-being. Integrating mindset and wellness teachings stimulates new thought patterns in the brain, thus enhancing interactions and relationships. It engages both logic and intuition by stimulating both the right and left sides of the brain to enhance personal and relational well-being.
Do you believe that all areas of your life are interconnected? If so, I would love to hear from you. Leave a comment below.
To Your Wellness