“Living a centered life focused on God affects each aspect of our well-being. Turn to God for strength as you seek to live well in Christ. Nurture your relationship with God through prayer, devotions, worship, nature, art, and music. Explore who you are and know whose you are.” - ELCA's Wholeness Wheel
“Being emotionally well means feeling the full range of human emotions and expressing them appropriately. Self-awareness is the first step. Recognizing and honoring your own feelings and those of others — stress, contentment, anger, love, sadness, joy, resentment — will help you live life abundantly.” - ELCA's Wholeness Wheel
“Being financially well involves making decisions based on our values, as reflected in the way we save, spend, and share. Tending to one’s financial well-being in this way requires us to be resili-ent, generous, and focused on sustainability.” - ELCA’s Wholeness Wheel
"Using our minds keeps us alert and active. Stay curious, ask questions, and seek answers. Explore new responsibilities, experience new things and keep an open mind. And remember, knowing when and how to let your mind rest is as important as keeping active."- ELCA’s Wholeness Wheel
While we are not all born perfectly healthy or able to live life without injury or illness, we can live well by tending and nurturing our body as a gift from God. Feed it healthy foods, keep it hydrated, build physical endurance through regular exercise, and respect your body’s need for rest.” - ELCA's Wholeness Wheel
“We are created by God to be social beings, living in community and instructed to help and love each other. We maintain social well-being through interaction, play and forgiveness. Take time to nurture your relationships with family, friends, congregation and co-workers.” - ELCA’s Wholeness Wheel
"We all have a calling — a vocation — to follow Christ’s example by living a life of meaning, purpose and service to our neighbor. Our vocations make up our life’s work and passions — they are the everyday roles through which God calls us to help make this world a better place. Those who are well vocationally are faithful stewards of their talents and abilities, and find opportunities to build and use them." - ELCA’s Wholeness Wheel
Check out these daily 2-minute Resilience Reset Sessions that include focused breathing to simulate the soothing part of the nervous system, and a practical tip from resilience science to help you maintain your stability in these difficult times.
Try this free resource for a variety of meditations, sleep stories, movement exercises, journals, and music from Calm.com.