Wholeness? What are you talking about?
Well I am glad you asked, stick around and you’ll find out in a minute.
According to Merriam-Webster’s dictionary “wholeness” is a noun that means, “the quality or state of being without restriction, exception, or qualification”. What does that means for me and, or you?
Self-evaluation leads to questions. How are we supposed to become and sustain that state of wholeness, if we don’t ask ourselves these questions in my opinion is impossible.
I know, I know; for some people these questions can be difficult to face, so ask yourself one question at a time and seek the answers at your own pace, but no procrastinating.
It’s in the seeking process we develop the skills to become the best versions of ourselves. Enjoying the discovery process is important to becoming our best versions because this journey is lifelong.
OK Dominique, so how do I start?
I’m glad you asked. I have 5 steps to start this new wholeness journey of yours. These tips are a few of what I have and still use today. Here goes.
Step 1: Ask yourself; what do I think about of me?And be fully-100% honest with yourself.
Step 2: Think about your thoughts, or as Creflo Dollar says, “Think about, what you’re thinking about”.
Step 3: Ask yourself; what do I enjoy doing? What makes me happy? What brings me complete joy and satisfaction?
Step 4: Self-care should make you feel like the Queen’s and King’s that you are. Ask yourself; what does self-care look like for me? This ties into mental health, but is its own entity.
Step 5: Mental health is also very important. Ask yourself; what can I do to make sure I’m mentally healthy? What does that look like for me and what can I do to be mentally the best me?
I hope that you enjoyed these 5 steps, they may help you become that best versions of yourself.
I am not a mental health professional. I am sharing what I practice for my own journey of wholeness and hope that this information would be able to help someone that is unsure how to get started on this beautiful journey of becoming the best versions of ourselves.
Merriam-Webster’s online dictionary: https://www.merriam-webster.com/thesaurus/wholeness
Self-care Practices: http://www.health.com/mind-body/self-care-ideas