Well-being is a phrase used in many contexts similar to this comprehensive statement from the CDC. You may notice we purposefully do not hyphenate the word “well-being;” we do this to emphasize the mindful invitation to “Being” in the moment.
Navigating Well Being Infographic
The Infographic invites participation in evidenced-based practice and learning to support mental, physical, social and spiritual health. The colors indicate important areas of focus.
Blue Compass: Imagine Well Being Workshops
Navigating mindful self-awareness and relationship skills, including personal values and purpose, in a supportive, welcoming community to integrate mind, body, and soul.
Green Compass: Imagine Well Being Core Values
Inspiring growth in transformative evidenced-based values, attributes and qualities to apply in our every day personal and community life. These values and qualities are, but not limited to, compassion, forgiveness, service, and wisdom.
Article 1: Compassionate Mind, Healthy Body – Greater Good Science Berkeley
Article 2: Scientific Benefits of Self Compassion – Emma Seppala, Ph.D. Stanford
Article 1: The New Science of Forgiveness – Greater Good Science Berkeley
Article 2: Mayo Clinic Adult Health and In-Depth Forgiveness – Mayo Clinic
Article 1: Altruism – Greater Good Science Berkeley
Article 2: Mission and Vision – Compassion & Altruism Research-Stanford Medical
Article 3: Volunteering is Good for the Body and Mind – Harvard
Article 1: Building Resiliency – University of Massachusetts Medical Center – BHI
Article 2: Benefits of Sharing Your Story – Sherry Hamby, Ph.D. Research Professor
Multi-Colored Circles: Classes, Workshops, and Events
Well Being classes, workshops, events and gatherings are designed to provide a toolkit of evidenced-based contemplative and mindfulness skills for daily living.