Wellness Check Questionnaire
Can all new and existing Patients, (if you have not already done so), fill in and complete the Wellness Check Questionnaire. Please fill out the questions to the best of your ability. When completed, please email the results to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Personality tests are so helpful at helping us understand ourselves and the people around us. The better we understand ourselves the better choices we will make and the healthier our relationships will be.
There are 2 personality tests that I use. The Myers Briggs test (also known as the jung typology test) and the Enneagram. These tests will highlight your strengths and weaknesses. Having a clear picture of these elements of yourself is very affirming and helps you become more settled and accepting with the person you are.
The Jung typology test is 72 short questions and will take around 20 minutes to complete. There are clear instructions at the top of the test page so read them before beginning. Again this is not a test looking for wrong and right rather what you tend to do in a situation.
Once you have done the test and got your 4 letters you will need to go to Jung typology test explained to learn what these 4 letters indicate. This is the fun bit. You should find that 60-70% of the explanation given resonates with you if it doesn’t you might want to do the test again. You may need to re do the test 2-3 times as the questions can be a little confronting and you want to give your most honest answer. Note your strengths in the description and the areas that you may need to become more conscious of.
The Enneagram looks at personality from a different perspective. You will find that there is some overlap between the different tests but they both will highlight aspects of your personality differently. So go to the Enneagram website and click on discovering your type and then the free Enneagram test. Once you have done the test read through the description given.
Note your test results somewhere for future reference and encourage people close to you to do these tests also as the information learned will help build stronger connections and improve communication with others. This in turn will help nurture within yourself a more peaceful state, reducing stress and anxiety.
Setting Life Goals
We at Natures Concepts encourage people to set life goals.
Get inspired, Get motivated, Get an action plan for your life, to empower you to move in the righteous direction of your life!
Develop a plan to bridge the gap between where you are in your life right now, and where you would like to be in the future. Whether you have personal goals such as attaining a greater level of personal fulfillment; or professional goals such as achieving certain business benchmarks; or sporting goals such as attaining a level of competence and achievement; friend or family goals which may include leading a more stress-free personal life! Develop personal and life skills and awareness to bring about positive change in your life.
- Goals on moving forward in your life and career
- Learn to become aware of, and take advantage of your own strengths and talents
- Learn relationship skills
- Apply an acceptable work-life balance
- Deal effectively with stress, fear and uncertainty
- Learn better skills in dealing with your children and others
- Set health goals
Set your mind on developing better coping and life skills, more effective communication skills, creating more rapport with people and developing leadership skills for your life and career that can serve you and others in a righteous and positive way.
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Breathing is the most central process of our functioning that we have direct conscious control over and the area where we can have the most influence regarding whole health.
Breathing is central to all life – we cannot live without it for more than a few minutes.
It is the one thing we do more than anything else – the average person breathes up to 30,000 times per day on average.
BUT did you know that:
The quality of your breathing affects the quality of your life?
And that most of us OVER-BREATHE – both in rate and depth? For example, diagnostic norms suggest that we should breathe 12-14,000 times per day rather than 30,000 times.
Do you know what it means to breathe OPTIMALLY?
The limiting factor in OPTIMAL RESPIRATION, and therefore OPTIMAL ENERGY FOR OUR CELLS, is not a lack of oxygen that we inhale? It is a lack of oxygen released into cells (due to low levels of carbon dioxide) caused by OVER-BREATHING OR DYSFUNCTIONAL BREATHING!!!!
So why do most of us take our breathing for granted?
Why do we accept less than optimal breathing function?
Perhaps, until now, we have not been aware of the link between dysfunctional breathing and symptoms of ill-health or disease. Some of these symptoms include:
Fatigue & Lethargy
High Blood Pressure