Multidimensional positive psychology
The LIFE model
Over the past few years I have been developing a multidimensional model of wellbeing. I have been influenced by the work of the philosopher Ken Wilber, who created an 'Integral Framework,' outlining the basic ontological dimensions of a person: subjective (mind), objective (body/brain), intersubjective (culture), and interobjective (society). I have adapted it by stratifying these dimensions into different 'levels.' The result is the LIFE model - the 'Layered Integrated Framework Example.' I'm now trying to apply this wherever I can...
Lomas, T. (2017). Positive politics: Exploring the wellbeing implications of left-wing versus right-wing political agendas. In N. J. L. Brown, T. Lomas & F. Eiroa-Orosa (Eds.), The Routledge International Handbook of Critical Positive Psychology (pp. 351-367). Routledge: New York.
Lomas, T., Hefferon, K., & Ivtzan, I. (2016). Positive developmental psychology: A review of literature concerning well-being throughout the lifespan. The Journal of Happiness & Well-Being, 4(2), 143-164.