How to find Wellbeing Experiences

Here we discuss how to find Wellbeing experiences - the places, products, services, events and knowledge that will help you advance your wellbeing

First up, know what you are looking for

Do this Wellbeing Self Assessment to score your current Wellbeing state.

Build a Personal Wellness Plan

Directions: 

From the self assessment, write down your scores into “My Score” below, from each of the 8 dimensions, then calculate as a percentage

Sum up all the %age values into the Total

Follow the questions below the table


Note: This assessment of for interest only, and is not professional advice


DimensionMy ScoreMaximum Score

%age

[ My Score ÷ 40 x 100 ]

    1. Physical
 40%
    1. Occupational
 40%
    1. Financial
 40%
    1. Spiritual
 40%
    1. Intellectual
 40%
    1. Environmental
 40%
    1. Emotional
 40%
    1. Social
 40%
   Total :                        %

 

How does this Total % compare to your % score to the initial question: “Overall, I feel well and whole”?

Are they close? Maybe the calculated total score is closer to your true Wellbeing


Which dimensions are you having success in?  

Which dimensions are going “okay”?  

Which dimensions could you improve on?

 

Which Wellbeing Experiences (1,2,3) do I want/need to engage in?  

1. Enjoyment : Entertainment, Aesthetic, or Sensory experiences

2. Engagement : Learning or Participation experiences

3. Affiliation : Volunteering, Embodiment or Transformation experiences


Which Wellbeing Services do I want/need?  

Community, Personal Experience, Employees, Mental Health, Family, Youth, Disability


Using this information above, you can now…

      • use the Goalmuse explore pages to search for available Wellbeing offerings
      • use a search engine to looks for Wellbeing offerings

 

We hope this process has helped

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.