We live in demanding times where demands are imposed on us not just externally but also internally. Every individual is simultaneously a member of several systems such as the workplace, the family, the neighborhood, and society. Each of these systems is a complex network by itself. The complexity of these networks is manifest through independent roles that operate with its own distinct values & norms, and with its own systems and processes. As a consequence, the effectiveness of individuals in each system is reduced by conflicts in priorities, demands, internal pressures, and personal values. The individual develops a style to cope, to perform, and to achieve a balance among the choices available. Yet, research reveals that the coping style developed by an individual over several years creates a tension between the mind and the body. These tensions remain unresolved in the unconscious, and give rise to many known psychosomatic diseases, thereby affecting personal wellness and effectiveness.