Next week, October 10, it is World Mental Health day. Working on updating a page regarding the topic depression reminded me, I renewed the page Core Connection during Summer…
I am going to update more, here @ my virtual home. So make sure to visit me again, regularly ; -) For your convenience, below a copy of the renewed page Core Connection. Which you can also find here: click
Connecting to Life and to Others can not be done without Connection to Yourself. It’s what I call Core Connection. Awareness of who you are, what you want in life, reflecting upon your purpose here on this earth, is important to create a meaningful existence.
As human beings we have basic needs: fire, water, food, clothing and shelter. All other needs depend on you as an individual. That’s why I state: what’s right for me may not be right for you. Core needs are suitable to your uniqueness, to your unique situation, to your unique environment.
Connect to Yourself is about diving into your root. Who are you, what do you want, what are your beliefs. How do your thoughts influence your emotions. Reflecting regularly on your different life areas, your main values. What are your individual needs at core level. Embracing your positives AND limitations. In short: Core Connection.
In a world that can get very confusing, or you feel constant pressure to move forward in a certain direction, it might be easier said than done to be you. It could be wise for sure to reach out to someone who can guide you to reflect and help you view problems from different perspectives
At the same time, even though we are able to resonate with each others issues, emotions, situations, etc.; no-one can ever fully understand, experience, how it is to be you. Ultimately, we remain responsible for ourselves and our own life.
Hence, I made below video to help you build optimal connections; to Life, to Others and to Yourself.
More tips and tools you can find here: CLICK
What’s right for me may not be right for you! You are and will remain responsible for your own health, your own well-being, your own environment. When in doubt about your physical and / or mental health, about your life, about specific food choices… A doctor, specialist, dietitian, nutritionist, therapist, or other caregiver may remove your doubts.