Philosophy

Philosophy

Intuitive Networking believe wellness is more than nutrition, exercise, or the state of freedom of disease. It is a dynamic state of awareness of the nonphysical aspects of life such as will, motivation, feelings, desires, sense of purpose, thoughts, memories, and beliefs. Wellness is self-empowerment and the pursuit of the passions of one’s life that enhances the core essence. The state of wellness influences occupation, friendships, social involvement and self-worth. A life-style of wellness creates a positive attitude toward self, others, and society in general. It is a willingness to learn and experience new ideas, and to establish a positive approach toward an imperfect life.

Emotional Wellness involves awareness of your emotions as they occur, expressing and processing your emotions in a productive and positive way, using the insight provided by your emotions to guide your actions, approaching life with optimism, creating interdependent relationships that involve trust and respect, and engaging in healthy coping mechanisms.

Environmental Wellness involves living and working in environments that are safe and healthy and facilitate your sense of well-being. Since our environments have a big impact on how we feel, it is important for your environment to be pleasing to you, free from exposure to toxins and in balance with the broader natural environment.

Financial Wellness involves accessing your financial resources and knowledge to direct financial decisions and planning. It means knowing how your investments are distributed and whether this is in alignment with your personal values and desires.

Intellectual Wellness involves engaging in mentally stimulating activities, creativity, and expanding your personal and professional knowledge and skills. Intellectual wellness also encompasses involvement in the exploration of new ideas and information.

Occupational Wellness involves finding personal satisfaction and fulfillment through work. It entails using your talents and skills to their fullest extent through your career as well as understanding the need for and creating a balance between work and personal time.

Physical Wellness includes being aware of and taking care of your body, including engaging in pleasurable physical activity and eating food that is nutritious. Physical wellness also involves obtaining regular medical check-ups, sleeping well, and living tobacco-free.

Social Wellness involves creating meaningful interpersonal relationships that feel supportive and satisfying. Social wellness also involves contributing positively to one’s community.

Spiritual Wellness involves having a belief system that is meaningful and matches your values, establishing a life that feels purposeful, and being compassionate towards others. Spiritual wellness does not necessarily mean having a religion; rather, it focuses on your ability to attribute meaning to life and the day-to-day interactions you experience.