Wellness, A Practical Definition And Structures

Curious about what is wellness?  Constantly we’ve heard phrases like, “I am not well… I do not feel well… why don’t I feel well?”  Wellness addresses all of these questions.

Wellness is a moving being and affects all areas of our lives, spiritual and physical.  In this article, we will consider the dynamics of Wellness as a practical definition and why having a good understanding of this definition can provide a foundation for a firm and responsible wellness approach.

Wellness, Mind, Spirit and Body

Firstly, Wellness by Nature assumes that in order for a person to experience wellness, the person needs to have a functional awareness of the mind, spirit, and body.  These areas are interconnected.  Like in a puzzle, the absence of one piece affects the others.  More so, the person needs to fully participate in the process of strengthening all of these areas.  Differently from the typical visitation to a physician because not feeling well, wellness takes a proactive and preventive stand against illness.  The synergistic nature of these three areas, mind, spirit and body, necessitates that involvement.

Secondly, Wellness by nature assume that in order for a person to experience wellness, the person need to take the proactive and preventive approach in areas such as,

  • Nutrition
  • Weight
  • Exercise
  • Dangerous and risky behaviors

Consequently, Wellness by Nature will conduct a swift and simple analysis of how these areas function together; how they affect one another; and why wellness is important to the overall health of an individual.

Wellness by Nature Definition of Wellness

Per Wellness by Nature, Wellness is a force capable of providing the energy needed in all areas of our lives, in order to experience quality of life and a sense of well-being.    The energy sometimes comes to a halt due to several circumstances related to personal choices and duty to one’ self.  Indeed, in order for Wellness to provide the needed energy to the whole being, the individual needs to learn and apply wellness principles, procedures, and methods.

The individual also needs to intentionally and maturely undertake a process of gaining understanding, and making choices about,

  • Nutrition and diet
  • Spiritual and physical fitness
  • Ailments, conditions, and disease

Wellness by Nature distinguishes this process as a Trust and Exchange progression relationship between mind, spirit, and body.  Finally, wellness is social in nature. In fact, wellness requires the self- making or right choices, at time the assistance of facilitators, and the dissemination of information for the betterment of society.

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Candelaria Brown

I'm no doctor, but I love sharing from my vast knowledge on the power of foods and techniques that help you vastly improve your life in areas like physical health, sickness prevention, and emotional and spiritual balance. Read more about me...

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