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Synonyms for wholeness

the state of being entirely whole

the condition of being free from defects or flaws

the condition of being physically and mentally sound

Synonyms for wholeness

an undivided or unbroken completeness or totality with nothing wanting

a state of robust good health


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In Young's theory the creative Source corresponds to light and other kinds of undivided potent Wholeness, which also functions as the vertical connection when light or Wholeness descends to interact with earth or matter.
Within African American scholarship the search for wholeness is understood as the process of gaining balance and harmony within one's identity, gathering an understanding of the whole as made up from the interdependence of the different parts, going beyond the binaries and into unity and dialogue (Castro 2011).
The Unbearable Wholeness of Being is the third volume of a trilogy.
His first message is that "the key to healing and to growing whole is not suppressing symptoms, eliminating wounds, or eradicating Subpersonalities, but, rather, cultivating our wholeness -- the horizontal wholeness of the Self as well as the vertical wholeness offered by our relationship with Soul and Spirit.
Therefore, implied in the direct, non-conceptual experience of the world, which is always happening in one's living process, is simultaneity or wholeness.
Yet, the wholeness that heals is a wholeness that remains wounded by the knowledge that others continue to be wounded and that the world remains in anguish.
If by "catholicity" we mean a fullness that can never be possessed and a wholeness that can never be materialized (at least in this world), then adhering to a body of doctrine and a moral code will stymie an institution's ability to reach out to the world, and "hospitality" is the most we can hope for.
Therefore, I will discuss some of the issues that threaten the wholeness and the well being of people infected with HIV and AIDS.
The greater good we all seek as we work together and widen the circle is nothing short of a miracle of healing and wholeness for congregations and communities everywhere.
A HEALING and Wholeness Service will be held at Gledholt Methodist Church on Sunday May 16 at 3pm.
In the journey of our lives, God intervenes as a spiritual power and leads us toward wholeness.
This model focuses on creating an environment where individuals can move from therapeutic wholeness to existential wholeness by means of relationship.
In other words, we need to accurately assess the wholeness from which the building unfolds.
Engaging With the Holy Spirit: Real Questions, Practical Answers" is a book dedicated to helping those who have lost their way to return to the path of wholeness and stop blaspheming.
In order to better fulfill the psychological harmony education of the college students, as well as guarantee this achievement, it should persist in the principles of wholeness and systematism, fully displaying the roles of Mental Health Education Center, teaching system, management system and environmental system.