The Wheel of Wholeness consists of nine areas for you to explore. We are all whole beings who have many facets of ourselves that are connected and interlinked. I recommend that you start with the “Self” section as knowing yourself will give you insights into the other areas. After that, feel free to explore any section in any order. While one area may feel more pressing at the moment, be sure you eventually visit each spoke of the Wheel. Sometimes movement in one area of your life unexpectedly creates great movement in another.
The 9 themes in the Wheel of Wholeness are:
- The Self
- Career & Calling
- Health & Healing
Each theme has little lessons – each designed to help you gain some new insights or movement in that area. These lessons are built on my own personal experience, research, and the clients I have coached.
Each lesson also contains my personal recommendations. These will include books, videos, workshops, and websites that will help you further your growth in that area of the Wheel. I have linked everything that I can so you can click your way to your next step, but please let me know if you find a broken link or a recommendation for me to check out.
Every once in a while, I also offer workshops for you to attend in person or download as video lessons. The benefit of in-person workshops is that they are engaging, interactive, and the day is customized to your personal goals. Plus Santa Barbara is a pretty great place to visit! These workshops are transformative educational experiences where you grow and have fun. The benefit of video lessons is that you can watch them in the comfort of your home, pausing and rewinding them as you need. The video lessons will include the same activities we did in the workshop as well as the workbook.
I also write blog posts about the different parts of the Wheel so peruse that to find additional content and activities.
Finally, don’t forget that this site has the Soul Toolbox, filled with lots of different methods for helping you grow. You can also sign up for one-on-one coaching with me, either in person, on the phone or via Skype.
Before you start…
Before you jump in, read the ground rules in the About section. It has important stuff that frames how to best use this site. Also, I recommend getting yourself the following items before you proceed:
- Something to journal or write in (can be fancy or plain, digital or hardcopy, anything that works for you)
- Access to the internet and a printer
- A folder or notebook in which to keep everything
- Access to a bookstore (the following are all great choices)
- A great cup of coffee or tea from Cafe Britt (no relation but I can’t help but love it!)