Each individual needs a dynamic balance of multidimensional health and methods to move us closer to wellness amidst the myriad of life situations, uncertainty, struggles, goals and hardships.
Multi-dimensional balance is not an objective in itself, as a more positive impact would be likely from discovering where severe imbalances might be a problem and when imbalances may be necessary at different times.
A college student, a new mother or an entrepreneur may not be able to afford pursuing a balance of social or physical potential for some time.
The primary top-level dimensions of wellness are: mental, physical, spiritual, social and lifestyle. Each primary dimension of wellness includes multiple sub-dimensions: