With the technological advancements in science and medicine, a good majority of sickness are already curable. Unlike before, when there were massive deaths through plagues and breakouts, man has already engineered ways to mitigate these kinds of social unrest. By making new systems and employing new discoveries in the field of science, health and wellness become more accessible.
However, not all illnesses can be cured in the hospital. As a matter of fact, more and more individuals nowadays come out with mental challenges like depression and lack of motivation. While popping a pill can patch-up this problem, such is more of a palliative solution.
For instance, a person suffering from depression expresses various negative habits. And while science may view this as a chemical imbalance in the brain, such can also be seen as a problem with the psyche. As such, choosing a medical solution never truly solves the root cause of the problem since it only focuses on the chemical imbalance instead of what’s causing it.
This is not to say, of course, that modern medicine is useless. Instead, this article seeks to be an eye-opener for other alternative healthcare options that one can tap into. By opening your mind on other possible solutions, it is likely that you will be able to use them all together instead of simply relying on one.
As such, we try to approach healing through the archetypes. By going into a brief discussion of what archetypes are and how they can possibly improve your health, it will become a lot easier for you to integrate them into your own life. Thus, in this article, we’ll be taking a quick detour on understanding how archetypes can be such.
How often have you thought “I’m not creative?” Have you ever wondered at the creativity of young children playing, asking yourself how on earth they come up with such crazy ideas?
Creativity doesn’t disappear as we get older; we simply don’t practice it quite as much as we did when we were children. Traditional classroom schooling also doesn’t place a priority on creativity because teachers are so focused on teaching the curriculum and scoring tests. If you want to spur your creative juices once again, one of the easiest ways is writing a book.
Of course, before you start writing the next bestseller, you need to prepare an outline and know what topic you’ll write about. What are you passionate about? What are you knowledgeable about? Are you an expert in a particular field? If so, you could write about your expertise so your business will grow.
Whether you want to write a fiction book or you want to write non-fiction you will need to think about writing on your topic by testing the waters first. Start by writing a book plan. Focus on the story you want to tell. Don't worry about publishing at this stage.
Here are just a few ways you can become a published author and unleash your hidden creative genius by writing a book:
You care. And yet sometimes it doesn't seem like people know that. You don't want to feel alone and isolated but that's how you end up feeling a little too often. You don't understand how it seems to easy for some to make friends and have great relationships and so hard for you. Do they know something you don't or are they simply born that way?
It may be easier for some to forge new relationships than for others. Perhaps they are less shy and more extroverted. However this does not predict whether those relationships will last long term or whether they would be truly satisfying to those involved. The quality of your relationships in the long run is more important than their quantity. And the quality of a relationship is measured by the quality of the connection you have together.
A true connection with someone is a vital experience that you feel in your whole being. Cultivating connection takes skill, and skills take time effort and commitment to develop. Let's have a look at what gets in the way of true connection and what enhances it.
Perhaps you have a habit of going in one direction only to give up halfway and try something else or maybe you stay put and don't venture into the new because you're not sure if it'd be the right thing for you. You wish you were like those people that knew what they wanted to do in life since childhood. You wonder if perhaps you are just different from everyone else and there is no point in even trying but you don't want to give up just yet.
You are aware that it's important to set goals but the idea of doing that makes you feel anxious or perhaps even angry. How do you set a goal if you haven't got a clue what you want? Goals may seem arbitrary or superficial or you worry you would get it wrong and then find yourself hating the direction you've chosen. Maybe you want to have no doubts before you start so you risk failure less. If only there was something you could do to clear the brain fog and actually be sure of yourself...
You may think you are alone in this but the truth is a lot of people go through this before finding clarity. So how did they find the answer that allowed them to move on? They stopped trying to find their direction in a rational way and instead connected to their heart's desire. Here's how.