Instead of taking an isolated or superficial view of health, we take a root-level-up approach, enabling users to address root causes of ill health, not just the symptoms.
We would otherwise be endlessly treating symptoms, caused by the same unhealthy thought and behaviour patterns: where the players and sets might change, but the story and outcomes remain constant.
THE WHOLE HUMAN APPROACH™
The Whole Human Approach™ consists of meeting the needs of all four core pillars of wellbeing: mental, emotional, physical and spiritual health. All four would ideally exist in balance, and in a positive state, to enable us to be consistently engaged, motivated, thrive, and experience lasting fulfilment, peace, resilience and joy. The pillars are four tanks that we need to maintain and replenish in order to keep the engine running smoothly.
Governs our ability to: focus, think clearly and rationally, process, store and access information, create, problem solve, and cope with challenges.
Empowers us with healthy levels of self-esteem and confidence, a sense of purpose and enthusiasm for life, and the ability to regulate our feelings and actions.
Our ability to consciously and positively meet our bodies’ demands for life, and achieve balance between nutrition, movement and rest.
Enables us to have a conscious connection to self, others, and the world beyond; allowing us to maintain perspective, peace and a sense of purpose.
The hub of all conscious thought, a healthy mind enables rationality, problem-solving, memory and focus.
Our toolkits aim to free the mind from stress by improving coping mechanisms and encouraging the natural creation of positive chemicals and hormones. The practices in The Giving Week™ enable the brain to create new neural pathways, free itself from negative thought patterns and beliefs, and encourage the production of dopamine, endorphins, oxytocin and serotonin.
SUSTAINED HIGH STRESS LEVELS HAVE BEEN PROVEN TO CAUSE CHRONIC INFLAMMATION AND DISEASE.
Optimal emotional health means having access to and awareness and acceptance of our whole range of emotions, and the ability to regulate them. It also enables us to develop and maintain positive and meaningful emotional and social connections in business and personal life, and the capacity to learn from and adapt to challenges.
Through the practices in The Giving Week™, users can activate a deeper connection to themselves, colleagues, family, friends, community and the environment. They also cultivate empathy, compassion, acceptance, tolerance, resilience, joy, and the ability to establish and maintain healthy boundaries.
The Giving Week™ encourages users to respect and build a conscious connection with their bodies. The practices enable users to make conscious, positive choices to nurture and support their bodies’ needs for nutrition, movement and rest.
Spiritual health is gaining and maintaining a perspective which is greater than that of the individual, with a conscious connection to self, others, and the world beyond.
The practices in The Giving WeekTM connects users to a sense of unconditional support, and enables clarity, presence, focus, peace and purpose.