What is Holistic Mental Health? Part Two

So we’ve broken down the basics of holistic mental health then threw in some tools. What else is left? Tie up loose ends and a deep moment. Or two.

Holistic Mental Health is what you eat, do and think.

J Riley

Keep Your Mental Health Tools in Balance

Laughter and humor is a powerful tool. However, don’t let it become a complete distraction from dealing with what’s under the surface. Utilize your tools to process information and emotions.

Mental Health Processing Tools

  • Talk it out. With a trusted friend. Use those video apps!
  • Write it out. Journal. Get poetic.
  • Draw it out. Be literal or get abstract. Do what moves you.

Unclutter the Junk Drawer in Your Brain

We gotta dump it somewhere. The good, the bad, and the OMG. Probably thinking I’m going to suggest mediation? Yes and no. With ADHD, the ping pong balls in a steel cube creates challenges in meditation or an type of unclutter. Discover how to unclutter your brain.

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Get a Vision

You get what you focus on the most. It does not eliminate problems, worry, or anything else. Vision with focus gives your the power to attract and create what you truly want. Vision it physically with a fourth grade excitement of glue sticks, tape, pictures, collages, and more. Take what you can find and get started. When you create:

  • think specific
  • think about what you want to see
  • think about how it would look
  • think about quotes you can add
  • think about short mantras you can repeat to enhance the vision

Holistic mental health is the balance of processing the scary and problematic while utilizing the power of attraction as a solution. This all in grace as we work our way through each situation, moment, and thought.

Be graceful in your mental health.

J.Riley

Holistic Health Practitioner

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