by David McLeod | Nov 18, 2019 | No Comments

We humans are special and unique entities, consisting of both physical and non-physical attributes. Within the physical and non-physical realms, we generally find four diverse and deeply interconnected components—Heart, Body, Mind and Soul—which make up what we have come to call The Holistic Human. In this episode, we look at each of these four elements and consider how they interact with each of the other elements. In learning about these interactions, we begin to see a model that helps us to understand how we manage to exist simultaneously in physical and spiritual space.

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