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Common Sense Route to Mental Health

By Harry Levinson
SIGMUND FREUD said that in order to have mental health a
person had to be able to love and to work. Well, what goes into being able to love and to work? To answer this question we have to understand what motivates man, particularly his feelings. For man’s behavior is guided more by his feelings than by his rational thinking. Man’s feelings come from the interaction of four major forces:1. Love-and-Hate. One constructive and the other destructive, a pair of drives form the basis for the feelings of love and hate. When the energies of both are combined and directed into solving problems, man is using them in his own interest and in behalf of others around him-in supporting his family, pursuing his career, attacking social problems building a business. The aggressive energy is tempered and guided by the constructive energy, when, however, these energies are diverted from ideally useful channels, a person makes less efficient use of them and to that extent is less healthy mentally.
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The Remarkable self-Healing

By Morton M. Hunt
The Remarkable self-Healing Powers of the Mind

mind healing selfDURING World War ll
, I was an Eighth Air Force pilot, flying lonely reconnaissance missions deep into Germany week after week. Under this stress I became strange and alien to myself: my handwriting became crabbed and illegible, I drank and gabled night after night I could read nothing more substantial than the scandal sheets and music , one of my chief joys, became boring and meaningless. One night, on my way to the briefing room, I even seriously considered trying to break my ankle-to avoid being sent out on another flight.I was on the verge of a breakdown when the fighting ended. Then for weeks I slept, daydreamed and drifted through my duties. Meanwhile, deep inside where the wellsprings of joy and health reside, a healing and a re-growth must have been taking place. For gradually I began to read books again, my handwriting ceased to look like that of a crippled old man, and one day, hearing a familiar Mozart aria on a nearby radio, I suddenly felt a flood of good feeling wash through. Read more →

Think Your Way Out

By Edward Ziegler
IT IS THE COMMON COLD of psychological disorders.meditation Almost everyone experiences it at some time. Each year millions of dollars are spent on medicines to alleviate the withering melancholy, blighted hopes and dismal inner weather that are the symptoms of depression. In his recent book, feeling Good, Dr. David D. Burns argues that most depression arises from erroneous thinking, and that we have it within our power to control the furtive thoughts that dupe us into needless gloom. In fact, Dr. Burns’s experiments indicate that when it comes to curing a depression, thoughts, not tranquilizers, work best. Read more →

Control Your life

By Ardis Whitman

A YEARS ago, a family I know sent their 15-year-old daughter meditation1to camp with expectations that she would return bearing medals for swimming and horseback riding. Instead, she came back with a new air of quiet and poise, and every night retired to her bedroom for half an hour after dinner. Once, when her mother looked in, she found her daughter sitting quietly, hands in her lap, watching the flame of a candle. Read more →

The History of Christmas Trees

treeThe evergreen fir tree has traditionally been used to celebrate winter festivals (pagan and Christian) for thousands of years. Pagans used branches of it to decorate their homes during the winter solstice, as it made them think of the spring to come. The Romans used Fir Trees to decorate their temples at the festival of Saturnalia. Christians use it as a sign of everlasting life with God. Read more →

When Jesus was born?

baby-jesusThere’s a strong and practical reason why Jesus might not have been born in the winter, but in the spring or the autumn! It can get very cold in the winter and it’s unlikely that the shepherds would have been keeping sheep out on the hills (as those hills can get quite a lot of snow sometimes!). Read more →

Why is Christmas Day

Christmas is celebrated to remember the birth of of Jesus Christ, who Christians believe is the Son of God.

christmasThe name ‘Christmas’ comes from the Mass of Christ (or Jesus). A Mass service (which is sometimes called Communion or Eucharist) is where Christians remember that Jesus died for us and then came back to life. The ‘Christ-Mass’ service was the only one that was allowed to take place after sunset (and before sunrise the next day), so people had it at Midnight! So we get the name Christ-Mass, shortened to Christmas. Read more →

Mind Teaches Body to Heal

By John J. Fried
Mind Teaches Body to Heal ItselfFOR almost seven years, Mrs. Andrews had been unable to move her head. Her condition-known as wryneck-had started with painful muscle spasms, which grew worse until her head was always pulled to the left. After years of going to doctors, including psychiatrists, she was referred to New York’s ICD Rehabilitation and Research Center to learn a new technique of sensory feedback (also called biofeedback) training. Read more →

Riley’s Route to the Eternal Now

By Wayne Amos
riley routesAFTER MANY years in New York and Europe, I was back in the plains states visiting my cousin Riley on the farm he had never left. We walked through the fields and sat on a log. Alert, amused, Riley whittled on a stick as I told stories of London, Paris, Madrid. The leaves of the cottonwoods chipped in the summer breeze. A redbird called, its notes so clear they seemed to split the air. I forgot my story and listened to the leaves and the bird and felt the same inexplicable happiness I had felt a lifetime ago on this same farm. Read more →

How Poetry Stretches Your Mind

By Dame Edith Sitwell
how to being poet mindFROM TIME to time, mainly in England, an outcry arises on the subject of the use of the arts in general, and of poetry in particular. This strikes me as very odd. Why should everything in the world, necessarily be “of use”? And yet, although poetry has the beauty of the lily, it is as unseeing to ask what is the use of poetry as it would be to ask what is the use of religion. Read more →

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