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What is a consequence of choosing the past to dictate our present? Answer: A life dictated by who we once were, not who we are today. It is a mind wired to believe in outdated, non-productive thinking. It is a body set up to have physical experiences based out of learned and lived patterns of illness vs. healing. It is a set of emotions conditioned to respond to a fractured mind/ body relationship.
As Ashley looks out the window, she notices the wind capturing Fall's colorful leaves and dispersing them. The leaves don’t resist the wind. They don’t seem to mind their constant location change.
Like the other wonderful seasons, fall has its own spirit and call to action. The gardens are winding down the summer’s outpouring of vegetables, herbs and fruits. The sun shifts its schedule and the amount of light in our days is decreasing.
Connection is vital to sustain and nurture Inner Being. Connection moves us from the Limiting Me to the Expanding We. When our mutual We is respected, we touch a part of ourselves otherwise inaccessible.
Sharon’s spouse, Robert (Care Receiver), has been managing a depression diagnosis for the past five years. Initially, Sharon denied and put aside her personal needs to care for Robert and run the household. With each passing day, Sharon finds herself trapped in a “Love Jungle.”
Guess what? When we polish the lens of our giant curiosity telescope. The wheels of curiosity begin to turn and off we go again into the vast uncharted land of imagination and dreams. How do you tap into curiosity to shape your life?
Boundaries involve more than a cushion between people: they teach us respect and safety. They assure others that our limits allow us relationship freedom vs. restriction. There is nothing worse than walking on eggshells and using passive-aggressive language to send a message. If we want to be seen and heard by others in clear and open ways we must have and maintain healthy boundaries.
HONY features people who can tell me something which breaks my heart, forces me to see my own reflection or change an attitude. Whether they are homeless, jobless, clean toilets or are a street performer, HONY is a platform for all people.
No doubt about it, mental wellness needs to be at the forefront of our national agenda. We need to invest in peace, love and joy and reclaim our minds and hearts in the pursuit of thriving. We need a socially acceptable space to talk about mental distress - in the same way we discuss physical ailments. We can no longer withstand a society dominated by the existential burden of emotional suffering.
Evidence of persistent and chronic negativity in our thoughts, feelings and behaviors along with a growing insecurity of how to handle stress may indicate the presence of mental illness/disorder. With fast depleting sources of energy, we feel beat up, ashamed at how we got here and seeking ways to escape mental suffering.