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Beautiful informative blogpost on an alternative view on mental health, with a great case study example of Guided Imagery in Music
Welcome to the final part of this 5-Part series which examines a brief investigation into an alternative view of Mental Illness issues.
To assess a situation correctly you need all the facts.
As any mathematician will attest; you can’t solve a mathematical equation with part of the formula missing!
There will be no satisfactory result or further advancement of the original problem.
In regards to the Mental Illness equation, part of the formula (the bigger picture of life) is missing.
Therefore, no satisfactory solutions have been the result.
Billions of dollars are spent on Mental Health each year, and “no known cause” continues to be the common statement behind each mental illness issue.
It makes logical sense to experiment with an alternative way, when the current way lacks results of a full recovery.
The predominant aim throughout this series on Mental Illness, has been to present an exercise in discovering…
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I’ve written in the past about my own issues with self punishment and many people still ask me about it.
Since then I’ve done a lot to work on this issue. The first thing that really helped me was to begin to view self punishment as an addiction; a device to help me avoid my fears. I began to treat my self attack as something that had no future, could never be ‘felt enough’ in order to be released and decided that I just needed to halt it in its tracks whenever it began to happen.
To a small extent this helped but as with any major addiction until I was willing to deconstruct the false beliefs driving my justification for holding on to it, and to soften to the feelings I was using it to cover, I didn’t have much success. And the success I have had in letting…
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