wholistic vs holistic

wholistic holistic

Definitions

  • 1) Common misspelling of holistic.

Definitions

  • 1) related to holism
  • 2) Relating to a study of the whole instead of a separation into parts.
  • 3) Emphasizing the importance of the whole and the interdependence of its parts.
  • 4) Concerned with wholes rather than analysis or separation into parts.
  • 5) Of or relating to holism.
  • 6) emphasizing the organic or functional relation between parts and the whole

Examples

  • 1) ‘Today, a typical American bookstore usually features shelf after shelf of books concerned with mysticism, wholistic medicine, astrology, metaphysics, witches, the occult, Eastern religion.’
  • 2) ‘It doesn't have the wholistic feel of the albums to come, but it still has its own flow.’
  • 3) ‘The guiding principle behind her wholistic view of health is that ‘well-being must come from within first - and then healthy people can branch out to others.’’
  • 4) ‘In addition to teaching workshops, Tina maintains a wholistic health consulting practice.’
  • 5) ‘Whereas early Baptist spirituality was wholistic, Allen found increasing bifurcation of affective and intellectual elements in the autobiographies of ministers in the period after 1891.’
  • 6) ‘‘The emergency department is not set up to provide the type of wholistic care a GP can give,’ Mr Leck said.’
  • 7) ‘The Lismore Domestic Violence Committee is trying to encourage people to take a more wholistic approach to family life: care for yourself, care for your family.’
  • 8) ‘It is a wholistic science that places great emphasis on prevention and aims at bringing about and maintaining harmony of body, mind, and consciousness.’
  • 9) ‘From this example, one can get an idea of the wholistic treatment approach of Osain Herbology.’
  • 10) ‘I also highly recommend colonic therapy to eliminate toxins faster, but see your GP and a wholistic practitioner before trying this.’

Examples

  • 1) The portfolio of 24 wellbeing retreats has been painstakingly researched to provide a holistic approach to wellness.
  • 2) They used the term "affections" to name this holistic view of emotion.
  • 3) The emphasis is always on a holistic view of life.
  • 4) Any good diagnosis of a problem requires an holistic view.
  • 5) Staff searched for him after he failed to keep a holistic medicine appointment.
  • 6) It represents a much more holistic approach to personality.
  • 7) He took a holistic approach to his research.
  • 8) But taking a holistic approach really worked for me.
  • 9) He is keen for a more holistic approach to the way the sick and the elderly end their lives.
  • 10) It offers a holistic view of health, the body and harmony with the universe.
  • 11) Think about trying some holistic treatments such as acupuncture, reflexology or massage.
  • 12) We can now see the impact of ignoring such holistic, consultative approaches.
  • 13) The answer is the holistic approach, and planning.
  • 14) I wanted a more holistic view of the business.
  • 15) I suggest we take a holistic view.
  • 16) A less than holistic approach was one issue.
  • 17) It thus forms part of the larger movement toward "holistic" medicine, which is gaining increasing importance.
  • 18) This holistic view shows us what lies between the extremes of physical and biological change and teaches us that physics and biology work very differently.
  • 19) The Bank tightened mortgage standards last year, but a more holistic approach might be better.
  • 20) Recovery requires a holistic approach, including good nutrition, regular exercise and meditative practice.
  • 21) His special expertise was in holistic and comparative approaches to understanding societies, and his work on the politics of identity may be his chief legacy.
  • 22) So far, this feels like a comfortable small hotel, with its own car park and holistic treatments on offer.
  • 23) It's difficult and dangerous to extend the same thinking to nature, where there are other holistic considerations than purely physical ones.
  • 24) They will have a much more holistic view of engaging with data and how they use that information within their jobs,' she said.
  • 25) The term holistic refers to the mind, body, and spirit as being one and whole.
  • 26) We actually like the term holistic because it implies that we are whole human beings with a spiritual side, with an emotional side as well as our physical nature.
  • 27) He says Ongeri and a number of his colleagues at the education ministry should resign and pave the way for what he calls a holistic investigation into the alleged financial malfeasance.
  • 28) I love what I call a holistic approach to performance.
  • 29) Lumumba said education minister Sam Ongeri and a number of his colleagues should resign and pave the way for what he calls a holistic investigation into the alleged embezzlement.
  • 30) They wanted what they called a holistic evaluation of each candidate.
  • 31) This is in consonance with the word holistic which is derived from the Greek word Holos meaning whole.
  • 32) ‘If so, a paradigm shift to the holistic approach might be managed.’
  • 33) ‘Moreover, holistic method has proved useful in the hard sciences, for example in the geological theory of plate tectonics.’
  • 34) ‘I think where Chaos and Complexity theory are really going, is, a holistic understanding of the universe.’
  • 35) ‘These two books bring a holistic approach to the analysis of transport and transport networks.’
  • 36) ‘We will all need to get beyond our individual narrow interests and begin to develop a holistic solution that works for everyone.’
  • 37) ‘These clinics also employ holistic approaches to cancer treatment such as meditation, visualisation, massage and so on.’
  • 38) ‘We believe that recovery is a process that heals the whole person therefore, we take a holistic approach to treatment.’
  • 39) ‘Our local strategy is based on a holistic view of health care that integrates primary, intermediate, and secondary care.’
  • 40) ‘The following case study demonstrates how she combines all these areas to offer an holistic approach to treatment.’
  • 41) ‘They offer a holistic approach to cancer care, which helps the whole family, not just the sufferer.’
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