Managing The Mind In Solitude & Separation

There are lots of times in life when we find ourselves completely alone. Often, these times are brought on by circumstances seemingly outside of our control.  Solitude, isolation or separation, mean different things to different people, depending entirely on our living circumstances, the extent of our prior experiences, and the resources in the psychological toolbox. When we are newly away from engaging with others, at first, we might feel fine, especially if we have chosen to be alone, but over time, our private thoughts, anxieties, mind dwellings, and wonderings can begin to back up, clog up, and obscure our view.  In sudden or multiple changes, we can feel overwhelmed, spun into a mind snowdome, uncontrollably catastrophising as our brain tries to cope with internal re-wiring, amid a bombardment of emotions and thoughts. In separation, we can feel the draft as our former attachments begin to untie.

With all of this going on, it’s no wonder that the mind can begin to wobble. In unfamiliar territory, we can lose our way, grip, purpose, structure, sight of tomorrow, and sometimes we can feel like we are losing a part of ourselves.  Turning nocturnal, not washing, locking ourselves away from the world, and TV bingeing, all feedback into our subconscious mind, where we can become psychologically unhealthy.  Or, by complete contrast, with the right information and a different perspective, we can begin to discover our own hidden resources and use the experience of solitude as a catalyst for enormous personal growth. 

All of the thoughts and feelings we experience are perfectly normal responses to being in new or extended periods of solitude, and often, having to make minor or major changes to our lives.  Understanding the way the mind processes information, uses invisible yet vital energy, and adapts to our new environment, enables us to comprehend our experiences and re-balance. 

A period in solitude might at first seem a private struggle, but being able to find our way through it, can often reap some lifelong rewards that bring with it a sense of emotional freedom and psychological peace.  In Managing The Mind, you will be provided with a wealth of unique explanations on what is happening in the mind; mind-tips and strategies, illumination of our four bodies of wealth, why we need to take care of them, a practical daily plan, your next purpose, and techniques to help focus the mind and lower the internal tension, providing structure, clarity, resolution, and calm relief.

What you will receive;

•  115-minute audio recordings & transcripts
•  Daily Plan Downloads
•  Numerous simple, practical strategies to apply right away

•  Immediate access via your computer, tablet, or mobile device
•  Unlimited 24/7  listen again, pause, re-access & replay facility

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What’s included;

    • Clear explanations of what is happening in your internal world
    • Psychological tips for immediate mind-balance recovery
    • Vital self-support techniques for panic recovery
    • Everyday practical strategies for restoring calm
    • A guide for personal growth through overcoming chaos
    • Subconsciously develop a higher self-worth
    • Understanding of your essential four bodies of wealth
    • The meaning of balance and how to achieve it
    • Comprehension of your mind and responses to external stressors
    • How to structure your day, week, and life
    • Safely move on, find purpose, and plan your next chapter

Course Overview;

Lesson 1:   Mind Strategies & Top Tips
Lesson 2:   The Four Bodies of Wealth for Restoration & Balance
Lesson 3:   The Daily Plan – An hour by hour guide to getting you through your day, and week
Lesson 4:   The Next Chapter – An orientation shift for personal progress

Begin Now;

All you need to do to begin right away is click the button below.  After registering, you will receive an email with easy to follow login details, and your course ready for you to begin whenever convenient for you. 

People Who Took This Course;

‘This information is incredible, especially about the characters in my mind.  It’s helped me to understand more about what’s been happening in mine’  –  Mike

‘Now I don’t feel so alone.  I’ve got a renewed interest in the future’ – Tom

‘The daily plan is really useful.  It’s provided a structure but also left it open for me to make any adjustments to my own life – great’ – Emily

Managing The Mind In Solitude & Separation. 


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