HOLISTIC – Emphasizes the importance of the whole and the interdependence of its parts.
COUNSELLING – Direction or advice as to a decision or course of action.

Sometimes when something –

  1. significant or
  2. even mundane happens and impacts on your life, or if an
  3. old situation / trauma surfaces in your live

you need to share or talk to another person.

We owe it to ourselves to take responsibility for how we are cared for.

We tend to exaggerate events when we allow ourselves to overthink and rehash the trauma or an event mindlessly and over and over. Our natural reaction to traumatic stress of any kind is to allow our fear and imagination to run wild, causing us to become more stressed and stuck in our own version of events, overcomplicating issues and blinding us to possible solutions and understanding.

When – but rather long before – the person becomes hopeless or cannot see a future one should seek counselling. Talking to a confidant or respected person in one’s life could relieve the stress for a period. But until you work through your problem holistically you will be faced with similar issues in the future and every now and again this unresolved issue will surface.

The objective for seeking holistic help is –

  1. discovering whatever caused the dis-ease
  2. and not only alleviating the stress caused by the trauma / event but find the lesson in it and moving on with wisdom and appreciation.

This is done holistically through incorporating your Mind, Body and Spirit while dealing with your issues.

  • MIND Using emotional intelligence, developing resilience, trusting your intuition, finding your ability to creatively make the decisions needed to put behind you what is negatively impacting your well being
  • BODY Showing you how to relax and tap into your energy and enhancing your stamina to ….
  • SPIRIT Re-ignite your purpose and passion for life by inspiring you to develop your authentic potential

Only then can you look at your situation: understand, appreciate and work with what you have to create a new perspective of who you are, why you are and how you can move forward with wisdom.

  • Emotional Intelligence – the ability to understand the way people feel and react and to use this skill to make good judgments and to avoid or solve problems.
    • Resilience – the ability to be happy, successful, etc. again after something difficult or bad has happened.
      • Intuition – Often there’s no clear evidence one way or the other and you just have to base your judgment on intuition.
        • Energy – relating to strength
  • Stamina – the physical and/or mental strength to do something that might be difficult and will take a long time
    • Purpose – why you do something or why something exists
      • Passion – a very powerful feeling or emotion
        • Inspiration – someone or something that gives you ideas for doing something
          • Wisdom – the ability to use your knowledge and experience to make good decisions and judgments

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