It is like this: The farmer relies on the elements for help: rain, sun, earth, air, oxygen, etc. He tills the soil at a choice hour, manures and cares for it, then plants his seeds with much love and service. Sooner or later, he is bound to get a bumper crop. We can liken this to what some mothers or species do for their young. The result is inner and outer beauty.
Living wholeness can be perceived from the context that all flow as One. If so, then it follows that all must be guided by this One internally and externally, finitely and infinitely in harmony, in equanimity ... this will inevitably produce an outward flow, a wholesome presence. At its highest, it would be rather like being at the bottom of the sea, where all is tranquil, serene, still, sublime ... and yet dynamic.
On a more practical level, once the afore-mentioned ideas are precedents, then a more natural glow in body, mind, health, and social outlook will automatically follow, thus enhancing this idea of 'living wholeness'. True living wholeness comes with a sense of purpose, faith, acceptance and knowledge amongst other things. Acceptance of the Oneness of the Source with all life, thus inspiring the capacity to serve with a calm and peaceful mind.
Knowledge will dictate that it is not the health or well-being which is truly important, they have their usefulness. Still, knowledge knows that the flow of consciousness in equipoise is paramount, even if it may lead to certain 'experiences' for its own sake. Faith embraces all, seen and unseen and purpose brings with it a strong sense of duty, even while recognising that action of itself has no power, unless directed purposefully, by the Light within.
Thus life can be lived in wholeness: in synch with God, whoever or whatever we conceive It to be; in synch with Its creation and most importantly in synch with ourselves, our true Selves. The outer things would follow and are not necessary to mention here: life-style, diet, exercise, purity of thoughts ... simply remember the good farmer and all will be well.