DYNAMICS OF MENTAL HABITS
How to integrate body, mind, and soul into a harmonious whole?
“A scattered mind is an unhappy mind. Simplicity, simplicity, simplicity! I advise you to focus on two or three things. Simplify. Simplify.” Jon Kabat-Zinn
The most common physical complaints associated with mental health are: problems with concentration, an inability to focus on one task, difficulty understanding information, cognitive fog, mood swings, and poor sleep quality. Psychologically weakened individuals feel the impact of stress, changes, and challenges, allowing them to affect themselves, and consequently experiencing their effects. Such people find it more difficult to overcome stress and pressure encountered in their daily lives. They struggle more in stressful situations, “recovering” from difficult decisions or situations, and it takes them more time to bounce back from failure. Mentally healthy and strong individuals react better to stress, pressure, and challenges, not allowing them to come close, not giving up quickly, and being confident that they can overcome the difficulties life presents them. Mental health acts as a buffer between stressful events (stressors) and perceived stress; it is a specific set of attitudes that help us not succumb to adversity.
You can improve your emotional stability and effectiveness in action when you eventually believe that you can have a significant impact on your work environment, make a difference, and bring about change. Increasingly, be able to persist in achieving a goal or task assigned to you and actively seek situations that allow you to develop independently.
- For Individuals
- For Leaders and Business Owners
- For Teams
What will you learn from me during the meeting?
- What do you need to feel better?
- How to make initial measurements of your mental health?
- Why the physiology of your habits holds you in check?
- What price do you pay for trying to outsmart nature?
- How do dietary cravings affect your mental health?
- What food do you reach for, why you reach for it, and what it gives you?
- How do the rhythm of day and night affects your mental health?
- Why it is worth strengthening your mental health?
- How do you react to stressors, challenges, and environmental pressures?
- Why a sense of influence is so important and how to transition from complaining to action?
- How to work with your emotions, your body, and your mental health?
When is the knowledge of mental health particularly useful?
- When you are seeking paths to healing and want to improve your mental health condition
- When you want to take care of yourself independently
- When you are trapped in patterns of destructive thinking: negative and catastrophic thoughts causing stress and further negative emotions
- When you need to control your emotional brain and restore rationality to conscious mode to make calmer and more sensible decisions
- When it’s time to learn to focus your attention on what you can do in a given situation and what you can influence
- When you need to build a positive self-image and maintain the right perspective, not dwelling on events
- When you want to change habits in thinking and action
- When you are addicted to perfection and being nice