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    Wellbeing PERMA

    The PERMA acronym is a model of Wellbeing theory in the field of positive psychology, by Martin Seligman. PERMA makes up five important building blocks of wellbeing and happiness:

    Positive Emotion : feeling good. Including hope, interest, joy, love, compassion, pride, amusement, and gratitude. From exercise, meeting friends, being out in nature, seeing sights, sounds, smells, tastes…

    Engagement : being completely absorbed in activities. Living in the present moment and focusing entirely on the task at hand.

    Relationships : being authentically connected to others. Feeling supported, loved, and/or valued by others

    Meaning : purposeful existence. Belonging and/or serving something greater than ourselves

    Accomplishment : a sense of accomplishment and success. Achievement, mastery, competence, attaining goals…

    Wellbeing Service

    Services relating to the people & groups served

    Experience Type

    This is a categorisation of the wellbeing experience activity that, in some way, improves your overall Wellbeing

    Entertainment : passive watching where you appreciate the activity or performance

    Aesthetic : passively engrossed in the beauty or artistic qualities of an object, and not it’s functionality

    Sensory : where the activity engages & focuses on one or two of your 5 senses; touch, sight, hearing, smell and taste

    Learning : you actively absorb the experience. The activity enhances your knowledge or a skill

    Participation : active participation in the activity, where your actions have an effect on the outcome

    Volunteer : freely giving your time or knowledge to help others

    Embodiment : putting an idea, thought or concept into a physical form or action

    Transformation : an activity that takes you from one state (of body, mind or spirit) to a new desired state

    Physical , Occupational , Financial , Spiritual
    Intellectual , Environmental , Emotional , Social

    Wellbeing Dimension

    These 8 Wellbeing Dimensions are commonly used in Wellbeing frameworks, to highlight and seperate the various aspects of our lives.

    We use these 8 dimensions to categorise listings for better findability, using the filter options.