Dimension of internal self-connection with all that we believe in superior to ourselves, of existential questions, of self-referentiation in the world, of faith, of inner peace.
Dimension of self-care, the treatment you give to the vehicle that you will ride throughout the stay in this world, your diet, exercise, your habits, and the quality of sleep.
Dimension of self-knowledge, to reveal your patterns of behavior, your strengths and opportunities for improvement, your gifts or talents and abilities, your personality, your mental health, your psych.
Dimension of the occupation of leisure time, hobbies, the activities we use to reduce our stress levels.
Dimension of focused learning, continuing education, the acquisition of new knowledge and skills for personal and productive life.
Dimension of financial intelligence, personal finance, and quality of life.
Dimension of the development of your human potential, your talents and labor preferences to put at the service of others, your working conditions in general in relation to your expectations.
Dimension of prosocial behavior associated with voluntarily generating a positive impact on people in the community to which you belong.
Dimension of social interpersonal relationships, the group of people you choose to surround yourself with, those you learn from, and who you dedicate your time to.
Dimension of the life partner, the loving relationship and the dynamic of a couple composed of 3 sub-areas (the passion, friendship, and care of the other).
Dimension of our first relationships, those who accompany our journey unconditionally and for whom we thank most for who we are today.
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
well-being as defined by Gallup
well-being essentials by Tom Rath
well-being described by the University of Pennsylvania