Optimum Balance Model Video
Optimum balance is ideal balance. What is ideal balance? You may have read the 650 page OBM book and even attended the 15 days of training. You may have even completed these more than once. And still you may be having difficulty defining “optimum balance.” Because “optimum balance” itself is subjective. It may change according to the person, the context (the natural system) and even your point of view.
But, we can define the dynamics with certainty. For the individual, the primary constituents of optimum balance are biological, psychological and social balance. This is what is referred to in medicine as homeostasis.
Biological balance at its core is related to food intake, movement, sleep and sexual balance being present.
Psychologically, there are many constituent parts. The major ones are:
For your social identities to be in balance:
And for all of the above to be interdependently balanced:
That’s how we may start to define the primary dynamics.
And if all these strike you as complex:
Optimum Balance is simply “happiness” … and if you master it, what you attained is called “wisdom.”
And don’t worry, you don’t have to deal with the above one by one. Because all of the above are related to eachother. When you master a few, the rest begin to balance out by themselves.
It’s a model of life that describes how individuals, families, organisations, and even societies … how all human systems can attain and sustain Optimum Balance.
It’s an application of system thinking theory to Ericksoninan psychotherapy practice to reinterpret human nature, that’s how this model was formed.
It interprets problems in their individual context but systemically and generates solutions to be applied to educational, health, psychotherapy, family dynamics, youth, or female issues, problems at all levels of business life