Are you whole in body, mind, and spirit?
Wholistic is the philosophy of life that all parts of a thing are interconnected.
In medicine, the term holistic is used when referring to complementary and alternative healing systems that treat the whole person; focusing on the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual facets to healing.
Wholistic and holistic are terms that are often used interchangeably.
Wholistic Diva™ empowers women of color to embrace their beauty and reach optimal health and wellness.
Wholistic Diva™ focuses on the whole person in achieving harmony and balance in body, mind, and spirit.
- Having a healthy body means having physical health in addition to creating a healthy environment free from harmful substances.
- Mental/emotional health is the quality of our thoughts and emotions and our attitudes and beliefs about ourselves.
- Spiritual health mean being connected both spiritually and socially to the flow of life force energy.
Reaching optimal health and wellness mean having balance in body, mind, and spirit.
A weakness in any area will eventually lead to a decline in all areas, which will result in dis-ease.
Articles will focus on the following six components to reach optimal health and wellness:
Creating high energy and vitality. Achieving optimal health involves proper nutrition, exercise, and adequate sleep.
The state of being in harmony with your environment. Being in a healthy environment free from toxins and allergenic substances, being aware of nature rhythms, breathing fresh air, drinking pure water, eating nutritious food, having respect for your home, and having respect for the earth and all of its creatures.
Contentment and peace of mind. Having a sense of humor and optimism. Having a job and career that is fulfilling, and living your life according to your vision and dreams.
Self-acceptance and high self-esteem. Being emotionally healthy means being able to accept yourself and express your feelings, whether painful or joyful.
The experience of unconditional love and the absence of fear. Feelings of gratitude and being connected to God, Spirit, or Universe. Having a sense of purpose and trusting your intuition.
Having deep, committed relationships and being able to forgive and act selflessness. Having a sense of belonging to your community. The ability to have healthy relationships with your spouse or partner, family members, close friends, and the community.
Embrace Wholeness in Body, Mind, Spirit