Worldview and Wellness, Part 2

Worldview and Wellness, Part 2

In Part 1 of this post we dealt with the historical and philosophical reasons for the bias towards a reductionistic mindset in modern day thinking, and how this affects current understanding of the concepts health and wellness. I also asked questions about the common understanding of the term science, and how the authority of contemporary Science has robbed many of the responsibility to think, reason and experience holistic life for themselves. Continue reading “Worldview and Wellness, Part 2”

Worldview and Wellness, Part 1

Worldview and Wellness, Part 1

In recent years most people’s perspective of health has evolved from merely the absence of disease, towards incorporating the concept of wellness or well-being. There is however no universally accepted definition of wellness, and for some it involves the balanced ‘integration of body, mind and spirit’, and for others the ability to ‘live life to the fullest’. Your experience of well-being is after all a subjective matter, as only you can feel well through the senses of your own being. Continue reading “Worldview and Wellness, Part 1”