Most of today’s social problems have the same roots—a lack of understanding of what it means to be a whole human being. What if violence, illness, addictions, suicides, toxic stress, depression, anxiety and relationship dysfunctions could be traced to the same source? The implications for education, childrearing and our comprehension of mental and physical health would be staggering.
We, Dr. Don St John and Diane St John, have each spent over 45 years engaging the process of becoming whole, both personally and professionally, as well as in our relationship. On this site, we share with you the essence of our understanding and discoveries. We hope this site serves to orient, guide and provide resources for all on the path.
What does it mean to be a “whole human being?” What is “wholeness?” There are four different dimensions we consider. All are separate and all are deeply interrelated. Each influences and is influenced by every other. They are:
Check out this book review by Addiction Blog about Don’s book to see why you should add it to your library.