Return to inner Resilience and Wellbeing.
Understanding the natural science of the mind
One of the greatest misconceptions ever is the belief that
"It takes years to find wisdom"
The achievement of mental stability and peace of mind is one thought away from everyone on earth....
.....if you can find that one thought.
Wellbeing is a process of becoming aware of and evolving towards a healthy and fulfilling life.
It is a state of physical, mental and social wellbeing.
Most companies are now starting to take their employees' wellbeing more seriously, recognizing the impact this can make
A physically and mentally stable employee can mean
Less health care costs
Better and faster results
And that directly correlates to greater efficiency and profitability.
As a Wellbeing and Resilience Coach I work with people who may feel stuck in life, people who feel that life is getting at them, feel burdened with stress, burned out and feeling unable to reach their full potential.
In my work I support my clients in unfolding what is already there.
There are no Techniques, and nothing extra to do but to subtract unnecessary thinking and to understand how our Mind is working.
Our mind always works one way, from the inside out.
The human mind has a build in way to success.
Understanding this insightful will leave you to live a life more at ease, being more objective, creative, more productive in your work, better in communication and you will experiencing a clarity perhaps previously thought unachievable.
My experience with Paola.
When it was suggested that I go see a counsellor for the paranoia, bad thoughts and self-defeatism I was experiencing, I didn’t want to go. I didn’t mind feeling weak – it was more that I’d become almost comfortable in feeling so shit. It was my mum who suggested I saw Paola and even though we’re very close – the feeling that my own mum was telling me to go felt… weird and like it wasn’t my own decision. I felt like my freedom was being harnessed. I finally gave in and had my first skype chat with Paola. She was friendly, funny and I felt like I could divulge all this personal information that I’d find it hard to talk to anyone else about – because I didn’t know her, and she didn’t know me. There was a trust pack.
It didn’t work immediately. It was a few weeks before I started finishing these once-a-week calls with Paola and feeling better – like there was more to think about in the world than what my mind was allowing me to. It was then I realised I’d created my own psychological prison – I’d trapped myself. There’s a part of all of us that wants to make us think about bad things and to make ourselves feel shit; I know this will never go away, it still happens occasionally. But I learnt to control these demons, these little fucking animals inside my mind that kept dragging me down. Now those animals obey to me 95% of the time. After all, they’re my animals.