Who is a whole person? More to the point, what’s the definition of ‘wholeness’? The Whole Person conceptually is a person who is complete (as against broken), who has balanced all aspects of his life – self, family, friends, home, work, community – a person who has happily embraced all the individual roles – child, parent, friend, sibling, etc.
Wholeness is a very powerful idea, yet intrinsically difficult to live. Each one of us faces brokenness, whether it’s in health, spirit, family ties or work distress. This infographic highlights how ancient healing practices work to build and rebuild wholeness.
Holistic Therapies For The Whole Person:
Infographic by – Masjcs