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Getting Mental Health On The Line – Weekending 16/04/17

This is a weekly post to act as an additional resource for both clients and fellow therapists alike.

This week, we’re presenting some of the best from the past week featuring topics as diverse as OCD and compassion, a brilliant lecture by Deepak Chopra on finding your true self, a meditation to help release from attachments, the Hero’s Journey, the impact of shame on relationships, and a couple of pieces on the topic of mindfulness.

If you have a video that you would like featured in our weekly roundup, then drop Lawrence a line with a link to your video.

12: Why Mindfulness?

By Steps for Change

What is all the fuss about mindfulness and mindful meditation? Dr. Greg Hamlin briefly describes what mindfulness is and how it enhances emotional intelligence. He then explains three ways that mindfulness can increase your happiness by helping you to tune in to what is positive, store up positive memories, and reduce the time you spend on negative memories that are not worth your attention. Finally, he suggests a very practical way to instantly get started practicing mindfulness.

Donna Bloom: The Mindfulness Formula

By Paul Ramsay

At the 2017 NGH convention, Donna Bloom will be talking about how to get new clients with enthusiasm and proper mental mind-set. She’ll discuss strategies to shift your mental focus in seconds, to consciously get into “The Zone” of effortless manifestation.

The #1 Relationship Obstacle (And How To Dissolve It) – Teal Swan –

By Teal Swan

In this episode, Teal Swan exposes that the #1 relationship obstacle is shame. Teal Swan explains that by owning our shame in a relationship, we can end the conflict in our relationships.

The Highest Hero’s Journey – What It Means To Be Real Hero

By Actualized.org

The Hero’s Journey – How the classic hero’s journey concept from Joseph Campbell goes beyond life purpose and leads to the holy grail of nonduality.

Letting Go I Am Meditation–Healing The Mind, Body, and Soul

By Lisa A. Romano Breakthrough Life Coach Inc.

This I Am meditation has been created to help you learn how to release mental and emotional attachments to ideas, beliefs, and things that prevent you from being in alignment with your I Am presence.

This meditation will help you more deeply connect to your I Am presence.

When we learn to let go of our attachments we are able to flow more abundantly with our I Am Presence.

Abused adult children can benefit from the power of meditation. Abused adult children need to learn how to let go of their attachments to emotions, feelings, and beliefs, that are in opposition to their ability to connect more deeply with their true I Am presence.

Meditations help relax our minds so that we can learn how to quiet mental chatter and connect more deeply with our true I Am presence.

Children of narcissistic parents, who are now suffering with codependency symptoms, may be struggling to learn how to love themselves after narcissistic abuse. Narcissists tend to attract people pleasers, or codependent personalities. Because codependents are eager to please, because they seek outside validation, they are easy targets for narcissistic lovers, and friends.

It is not easy to learn how to love yourself after narcissistic abuse, but with the right codependency recovery tools it is possible. It is even possible to find love after codependency.

Professor Paul Gilbert – Compassion and OCD (Ep67)

By The OCD Stories

In episode 67 of the podcast I interviewed Professor Paul Gilbert. We talk about how compassion can improve mental health, and help with Exposures. Enjoy.

Finding your True Self, the Cure for all Suffering – Deepak Chopra

By The Chopra Well

 
 
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Lawrence Akers

About Lawrence Akers

My approach is simple; I work with clients to determine what they want to get rid of, what they want instead and what that gap in their resources are that is preventing them from doing it. My focus is not just on motivation but on the capability to do it as well.