Man exists as he helplessly watches the moment called future is churned into past, and present is only an instant in this future-past continuum. Fortunately, man can recall and revisit the moments that have slipped away and bring past into the present moment.
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Mental Health – Set Your Mind Free
In the Indian tradition, the concept of mental fluidity is emphasized to prevent the problems of mental Burnout, mental inertia, mental lethargy, and as a practical tool to efficiently assimilate the information acquired by the Learning Process.
Mental Health – An integrated approach to Physical, Mental, Social, Moral, and Spiritual Wellbeing
Human cultures and religions seek to know human nature as reflected in the man’s thoughts, feelings, moods, actions, and behavior. I seek the knowledge of human nature by describing the characteristics of behavior exhibited by the cells that constitute the human individual.
Mental Health – Look within to find your Spirit
We need a theory that recognizes the spiritual nature of man’s living matter and the spiritual relationships that it formulates while developing and building the very complex multicellular human organism.
Mental Health – The diagnosis of Good and Positive Health is better than the diagnosis of ill-health
Medicine is not merely the Art of Diagnosing ill-health and it is equally the Art of Diagnosing Good and Positive Health.
Mental Health – The rules for developing harmonious, positive interpersonal relationships
The fundamental rule for formulating harmonious, positive interpersonal relationships relate to understanding my own identity and recognizing my relationship with my own self. If I know, who I am, I could live in a relationship with myself.
Mental Health in the Age of Stress
The accelerated tempo of life brings forth stimuli of high velocity of action, magnitude, and impact that they stimulate a chain of psycho-physical reactions strong enough to cause manifest effects in the human body
Mental Health demands the knowledge of Body, Mind, and Spirit Connection
I ask my readers to add the knowledge of Temperance to promote their Physical and Mental Health.
May is Mental Health Month – Reap the Fruits of the Spirit
Self-discipline is essentially the same as self-control, one of the nine fruits of the Spirit listed by Paul in Galatians 5:22-23. The KJV translation uses the word temperance in place of “self-control” which, like self-discipline, generally refers to our ability to control or restrain ourselves from all kinds of feelings, impulses, and desires, which includes the desire for physical and material comfort
Mental Health and the prevention of Suicide
The aim of this presentation is to understand the nature of man’s essence and existence in the physical world and to apply that information to prevent the problem of suicide.