You are not alone!
In previous posts, we have talked a lot about different forms of toxicity and illness. Now it’s time to talk about another elephant in the room, mental health. Here are some quick facts:
I have been asking myself this question and watching the trends in society, since I first started asking serious questions at about age 13. Yes, you heard that right, what a challenge I was for my overwhelmed parents!
I observed at that young age that most everywhere I looked around me people were operating out of fear. My immediate family, my neighborhood, the school systems, the local state, and even federal governments. I had to ask, isn’t there more? This question led me to the study of physics and science, while simultaneously exploring spirituality. I have traveled all over the world, including India, Japan, and China, trying to find answers to some of these deeper questions. After many years, here is what I found:
From these findings, I created guidelines for myself to live by. Continually practicing the following ideas has created increased connectedness, ability to step into love over fear time and time again, and enjoy the experience of life.
Loneliness and isolation, (along with a serious dopamine addiction) seem to be one of the root causes for the mental health statistics listed above. I hope this has helped you ask some questions and take a look for yourself at what is most important to you in your life.
Go get it!!!