This pandemic has really woken up the goodness of humanity and we can all be grateful for that.
When we go through challenging times, taking care of our emotional health is key and it also promotes a healthy immune system.
Sometimes change isn’t easy. So it might be tempting to say, “Why is now an important time to make a lifestyle change? Why do I have to do it now? Wouldn’t it be easier to wait until everything’s back to normal? Why can’t I just watch TV or numb out on social media until all of this is over?”
In a powerful study involving the BBC with the University of Liverpool, they tested for what were the main causes of anxiety and depression.
Thank you to Dr. Michael Ruscio for your support of the Coronavirus Challenge and the health & wellness of everyone throughout the pandemic and beyond:
I know that so many of you have been very excited for our Facebook Live today because we are going to be meeting some of the guests who are going to be presenting at our three-day retreat, entitled ” From Anxiety to Inner Peace”. The retreat runs from the 24th Friday to the Sunday 26th
Sometimes we underestimate the power of meditation, we think that meditation is just something that we are doing to calm our minds, that’s all it’s doing, right? That is obviously one of the main things that meditation does, but what it also does, secondly, is bring us insights. It brings us insights into our own
A lot of you have been obviously experiencing various emotions, such as anxiety. Certain people have been experiencing anger, some depression or sadness, some grief. We’re all going through different emotions and handling this situation in different ways. Now when we go through emotions like this, when we go through a period of turmoil, it’s
I know that when we’re going through a challenging time like this, often it’s difficult to feel grateful for anything, right?
Many of you have written into the clinic expressing that you are feeling quite anxious right now, that you’re having challenges in terms of your own emotions.