If you have suffered any form of mental health issues, you probably have a good working knowledge of what it's like to feel trapped. I've known it myself, and descriptions like "no light at the end of the tunnel", "no way out", and "surely there is more to life than this?", all come to mind. Then there is the anxiety and the increasing loss of self esteem and confidence that can make it even tougher. But there is no reason to stay feeling that way, and every reason to take control and move on with your life. I call this reason becoming 'Fluid'.
Anybody who has been on one of the Miynd courses has heard me describe the art of becoming fluid. Fluid is a state at which we no longer react against life - where we are not creating friction with ourself or our surroundings. But it does not indicate a passive existence either; A tireless stream of water will at first seek out the path of least resistance so it can get on with it's flow, but then mould even the toughest rock to suit itself over time. That is how I define Fluid. An attitude that brings results.
Focusing on going where you want to go, Realizing the steps you need to take, and Leveraging the most out of the resources you already have are the cornerstones of the Miynd approach, and these include the steps to feeling content. You can now get to that point with support, encouragement, and people who have been where you are. Click on the link to see how Miynd Online Courses teach you to move beyond the anxiety and the feeling of being trapped that comes with mental health problems, and teach you how to become fully responsible for your own happiness. In turn, you can find the confidence, self esteem, and knowledge to be able to live life on your own terms.
If you can hear the call, it's time to respond to it. James
"To enjoy good health, to bring true happiness to one's family, to bring peace to all, one must first discipline and control one's own mind. If a man can control his mind he can find the way to Enlightenment, and all wisdom and virtue will naturally come to him." Buddha