Treatments to help you lead a happier and more fulfilled life
07427 451992 | e-mail Lisa
As I meditated today these inspired thoughts came into my mind…I hope you benefit from them too:
At this time of year we often feel low in our mood as Autumn approaches, the temperature lowers, sunshine decreases and autumnal leaves appear. It is normal for us to prepare for the winter months that lay ahead. Start to feed ourselves with hearty filling foods to fend off colds and to allow our bodies the best chance of surviving the hardest season of the year. Whilst times may well have changed over the years our bodies are effectively the same.
We have the same primary purpose…to survive. As Mental Health Awareness Day takes place today perhaps you can reflect on both your own and others well-being – all those around you (family, friends, colleagues, neighbours). We all face challenges, hardships and losses etc.. But together, by nurturing and providing support we can overcome the worst of those. Unity is so important. Helping each other whether it is a kind word, deed or action. By helping each other we feel good about ourselves and our kind deed will often set off a chain reaction of kindness.
So as you start to prepare yourself for Winter (mind and body) remember to be kind to both yourself and others, be grateful for everything that you have in your life and have hope that you will be able to enjoy tomorrow. Focus on spending as much time as possible enjoying the present moment as tomorrow is not guaranteed.
Sprouts should only be here at Christmas and daffodils should only be here in Spring. Everything has a reason. Everything has a purpose. Believe it. Know it. Trust it. Live it.
I hope that you have enjoyed reading this. Please like and share so that others can too.
As part of Mental Health Awareness Day earlier today I visited the Senedd in Cardiff to attend a talk about Mental Health – ‘It’s time to be proactive and talk about Mental Health’ with Jack Sargeant AM and Sophie Howe, Future Generations Commissioner for Wales. It was inspiring to see so many people in the room all wanting to improve awareness and services relating to Mental Health and remove the stigmas that are so often associated with it. It is staggering to think that over £16 million was spent last year in Wales on anti-depressants. Mental Health has no barriers and effects people in all walks of life – male, female, young and old. 1 in 4 people during their life will experience mental health issues and 1 in 5 will have suicidal thoughts. It’s important for people to realise that it’s okay to not be okay at times. Life can be like an emotional roller coaster on occasions. It is so important to be able to share how you are feeling with others – and not just with professionals. A lot of support can be gained from talking to loved ones, colleagues and people who have shared similar situations. So why not be bold and start a conversation about mental health today.
Remember: when you replace ‘I’ with ‘We’ then ‘illness’ becomes ‘wellness’.
A recent report published by the Mental Health Foundation established that just 13% of the population are thought to have good mental health. How is your mental health? Are you finding life to be overwhelming on occasions or are you having difficulty getting the right balance in your life? If so you are not alone. At Lisa Pryce-Jones Hypnotherapy & Healing, I will discuss your issues with you, and together we will agree on a treatment plan to suit your needs. In addition to Hypnotherapy, my holistic approach may also include Spiritual Healing, Reiki, Thought Field Therapy, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. For more information please visit my website now https://www.hypnotherapyandhealing.co.uk or call me on 07427 451992.