In this final part of the series we will discuss some everyday practical applications of my S.P.E.M. Approach to wellness and well-being.
There are many definitions of what constitutes being financially well, but overall, the Financial Wellness Dimension involves things such as income, debt, and savings, as well as a person’s understanding of financial processes and resources.
A person’s satisfaction with their current financial situation and future prospects also comes into play.
The Environmental Wellness Dimension involves being able to be safe and feel safe.
This can include:
The Social Wellness Dimension involves having healthy relationships with friends, family, and the community, and having an interest in and concern for the needs of others and humankind.
I hope my S.P.E.M. approach to well-being will benefit you – actually, I’m sure about that 🙂 Here you may find all the posts in the series for my S.P.E.M. Approach.
You may also read my introductory 3-part post on the pillars of shamanism and the S.P.E.M. approach. I encourage you to explore their content to deepen your understanding and embark on a transformative journey.
Remember, the path to spiritual growth is unique for each individual, but with dedication and an open heart, you can cultivate a profound connection with yourself and the world around you.
Please do not hesitate to contact me directly through this website or through my Instagram profile, if you need help or guidance, or you feel that there is more to explore in your life…
Always here, always yours,
KC The Greek Shaman
"May we be Light, may we be Love, may we be Aligned"KC The Greek Shaman