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California Herban Life

Begin Your Journey with Homeopathic Wellness • Self-Care • Natural & Organic Food • Spiritual Health • Eco-Friendly Cleaning. Shop all these categories in one place, CaHerbanLife.com. Your online source with great prices, and low cost shipping. Shop Now!

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Crone’s Hollow

Crone’s Hollow opened on March 4, 2011. We offer an excellent selection of god/goddess statues, jewelry, herbs, oils, books, candles, stones and ritual supplies for

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Lotus is your premiere metaphysical shop for purchasing gemstones, rocks, crystals, feng shui items, angels, fairies, oracle tarot decks, crystal books, jewelry, local art, unique

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Cat & Cauldron

Owned and operated by the Caliguri Coven, Cat & Cauldron is your destination for pagan goods and services in Salt Lake City, Utah. We’re experienced

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Achieve Total Wellness

Deciding to work with any of the Circle of Qi Tribe members listed in our directory is the first step to achieve total wellness. But you must work hard on your own to achieve it as well.  Qi Tribe members are merely guides, practitioners in aiding your spiritual journey.  Learn about the multidimensional system that interlinks to create a formation of total wellness in those who wish to live a life of fulfillment and inspiration for others around them.

To strive for wellness is to take a proactive approach by learning how to be well in each dimension and taking action to build wellness-affirming habits, routines, and coping strategies. Wellness necessitates good self-stewardship, for us and for those we care about and who care about us. For those in the helping professions, such as us in veterinary medicine, wellness is a professional as well as personal responsibility. To ensure high-quality patient and client services, we have an ethical obligation to attend to our own health and well-being.  

Making the right choices for health and well-being can be challenging. Although we know what is good for us and how we can do — and be — better, we may not act on it, or if we do, we may, in due course, slide back to familiar ways. Human behavior — what we do, how we do it, and whether we will succeed — is influenced by many factors, 2 of which are of relevance when it comes to wellness: self-regulation and habits.

Achieving wellness is really achieving health, but I also maintain that achieving wellness is the steppingstone from which fitness evolves from a chore to a recognized part of life. From that point on, your body begins to become healthy, and you gain energy and perspective. You also reduce stress and anxiety and feel more confident and calmer. And now you begin to see the mind connection. Less stress and anxiety equal more happiness, so now you see the spirit connection. Think of it as an unbroken circle. When one part is not aligned the others fall out of whack.

Physical Dimension

This dimension is about caring for your body to stay healthy now and in the future. Physical wellness encompasses a variety of healthy behaviors including adequate exercise, proper nutrition and abstaining from harmful habits.

Emotional Dimension

This dimension is about understanding and respecting your feelings, values, and attitudes, appreciating the feelings of others, and managing your emotions in a constructive way.

Intellectual Dimension

This dimension of about growing intellectually, maintaining curiosity about all there is to learn, valuing lifelong learning, and responding positively to intellectual challenges.

Spiritual Dimension

This dimension is about finding purpose, value, and meaning in your life with or without organized religion and participating in activities that are consistent with your beliefs and values.

Occupational Dimension

This dimension is about preparing for and participating in work that provides personal satisfaction and life enrichment that is consistent with your values, goals, and lifestyle.

Social Dimension

This dimension is about maintaining healthy relationships, enjoying being with others, developing friendships and intimate relations, caring about others, and letting others care about you and Contributing to your community

Environmental Dimension

This dimension is about understanding how your social, natural, and built environments affect your health and well-being, being aware of the unstable state of the earth and making efforts to improve your habits.