We all have times when our mental health doesn't feel the best. Sometimes our mood and physical stability can get worse, for a short while, due to mild to medium stresses. Sometimes much longer due to trauma or loss. Some people rarely feel balanced and may have lots of anxiety, depression, mood swings or other difficult emotions and thoughts.
Mental health issues are no different than diabetes or any other physical challenge. Your body's chemistry is off.
If you have post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) due to traumatic events, this can take some time to clear up and you can't do it alone. Your brain and body can have overactive hormones, triggers and physical responses, activated by the trauma, that make life quite difficult for a time. This will require help from a good counselor/therapist familiar with trauma along with other alternative techniques to help you let it go.
You may have an organic brain chemistry challenge, passed along from the ancestors, that causes anxiety. depression and other instabilities.
We've all been there. Me included. Unfortunately, there is a stigma associated with mental health issues that other illnesses do not have--a stigma that can make people feel ashamed thus not get help or talk about it.
We need to take the stigma out of mental health issues so people are okay with them thus address them and get help. . The more we talk about them, and normalize them, the better. We also need more resources and more effective help for mental health issues.
I suffered PTSD as a child and into young adulthood due to traumatic experiences. I worked rigorously on clearing up the trauma and felt mostly freed from my past by my mid 30's. However, life has a way of bringing in more challenges so I've had to work on PTSD more than once in my lifetime. I have found that it can clear up and you can feel good again.
You are influenced by more than your own life circumstances and traumas. Your ancestral traumas and difficulties can influence you along with difficulties from other lifetimes. Clearing these things up will make you feel much lighter as well.
Some mental health issues can be addressed by changing your diet and bringing in a routine of exercise. Unhealthy diets can cause inflammation, including the brain, which can cause mental health issues. Some of the culprits may be dairy, grains, sugar and corn. Seeing a functional medicine doctor can help tremendously with this challenge.
Working on your issues and having a good diet, can clear up many mental health issues. However, some can be more serious and need to be addressed with medication and/or other types of help. Awareness of mental health issues and accepting them is important.
I have developed two audios to help with mental health issues. They are set up as healing processes and work quite well in helping to let go of the past and feel better.
One is called, "Ancestral and Other Lifetimes--Transforming Old Traumas and Injuries." This one helps transform/splice out/delete old traumas and injuries of the ancestors and other lifetimes and repairs the energy field for full resolution and love. This will help you feel more peaceful and hopeful since you won't be carrying the burdens from the past.
The other is called, "Moving into Optimal Mental Health." This one helps remove/splice/delete any lower realm connections, difficulties and traumas from your brain, endocrine system, kidneys and bladder and restructures them into a higher vibrational level so that you feel lighter, more peaceful and happier.
Look at my website www.wingsoffreedom1.com to understand the philosophy behind them and find the full list of audios.
The audios are not considered a cure but are a tool that can make it much easier to heal and move forward. Its recommended you see a good therapist and other helpful practitioner's while you heal yourself. You deserve good care to heal yourself!