Wellness is part of metaphysics - holistic healing and energy. It is a temporary bandaid that can balance brain chemistry and the chatter that goes on in one's mind, relieve anxiety and depression, but it is not a permanent solution. All the healing and energy is not going to change your programming, but it could help you adapt to life in a more balanced way.

It goes along with therapies linked to deep breathing, nature, animals, love and light, meditation, exercise, etc. It is mainly for wounded souls who want to have a peaceful existence after years of dramas and emotional problems.

It works best if one is also consulting with a professional who can diagnose and decide if the person also needs medication.

No, Quantum Mechanics Can't Underlie A Mystical Law Of Attraction. Positive thinking has its place, but you can't change physical reality by believing you're entitled to something and believing quantum physics will deliver   Live Science - February 23, 2023
If someone tries to tell you it's possible to bend reality with your mind, be very wary. If they throw in references to quantum physics to try to make it sound scientific, run.

The idea that human/free will can change the way the world works is an old one. We don't know how long people have been undertaking rituals to bring rain, fertility or animal migrations, but it's certainly a very long time. People making these claims have achieved status, power and eventually wealth by convincing everyone they were particularly good at it, and in some cases promising to teach the skill. Some no doubt fooled themselves, while others didn't care who they misled.

Simulation Theory - Holographic Universe

We live in a simulation where all of our behavior and actions are programmed in our DNA. There is no free will - just the illusion of it.

Wellness is a modern word with ancient roots. The key tenets of wellness as both preventive and holistic can be traced back to ancient civilizations from the East (India, China) to the West (Greece, Rome). In 19th-century Europe and the United States, a variety of intellectual, religious and medical movements developed in parallel with conventional medicine. With their focus on holistic and natural approaches, self-healing and preventive care, these movements have provided a firm foundation for wellness today.

Wellness-focused and holistic modalities have gained more visibility since the 1960s/1970s under the writings and thought leadership of an informal network of US physicians and thinkers (such as Halbert Dunn, Jack Travis, Don Ardell, Bill Hettler, and others). As these have evolved, proliferated, and gone mainstream, they have informed the healthy-living, self-help, self-care, fitness, nutrition, diet and spiritual practices that have become a flourishing wellness movement in the 21st century.

Wellness is not a passive or static state but rather an active pursuit that is associated with intentions, choices and actions as we work toward an optimal state of health and wellbeing. Second, wellness is linked to holistic health - that is, it extends beyond physical health and incorporates many different dimensions that should work in harmony.

Wellness is an individual pursuit - we have self-responsibility for our own choices, behaviors and lifestyles - but it is also significantly influenced by the physical, social and cultural environments in which we live.

Wellness is often confused with terms such as health, wellbeing and happiness. While there are common elements among them, wellness is distinguished by not referring to a static state of being (i.e., being happy, in good health, or a state of wellbeing). Rather, wellness is associated with an active process of being aware and making choices that lead toward an outcome of optimal holistic health and wellbeing.

Types of Wellness

Physical: Nourishing a healthy body through exercise, nutrition, sleep, etc.

Mental: Engaging the world through learning, problem-solving, creativity, etc.

Emotional: Being aware of, accepting and expressing our feelings, and understanding the feelings of others.

Spiritual: Searching for meaning and higher purpose in human existence.

Social: Connecting and engaging with others and our communities in meaningful ways.

Environmental: Fostering positive interrelationships between planetary health

Are We in The Midst of a Wellbeing 'Pandemic'? Why Wellness Isn't Always Good For Us   Science Alert - February 23, 2023
The question may seem curious, even contradictory. But look around, the concept is everywhere and spreading: in the media, in government institutions and transnational organizations, in schools, in workplaces, and in the marketplace. To be clear, it's not just wellbeing's infectiousness in public discourse that makes it pandemic-like. It's also the genuine malaise that can be caused by the term's misuse and exploitation.