Mental Health – If I know who I am, I can live in a positive relationship with myself

The fundamental rule for formulating harmonious, positive interpersonal relationships relate to understanding my own identity and recognizing my relationship with my own self. If I know, who I am, I could live in a relationship with myself.

The Rudi-Grant Connection studies the role of Sound in the management of Mental Health

When we take prescribed medications, most of us do not understand the chemical formulas of the active ingredients and the pharmacological basis for their medicinal action. The vocal sounds of ‘mantra’ could still work even when we do not know the reason as to how it works.

Whole Dude defines the concept of Whole Health and Whole Medicine in the defense of Mental Health

I describe Spirituality as the operating Principle that generates functional unity, good order, and equilibrium among the cells, tissues, organs, and the organ systems that comprise the human organism and the human Individual experiences Peace, Harmony, and Tranquility in his living condition.

The Rudi-Grant Connection works for the development of Stress-Resistant Personality

By improving ‘Stress Resistance’, we keep the men ready for a batlle at all times, maintain the level of Stress Resistance during the most stressful moments of the battle, and protect their well being after the stress of the battle is over.

The Rudi-Grant Connection reaps the fruits of Mental Health

Self-discipline is essentially the same as self-control, one of the nine fruits of the Spirit listed by Paul in Galatians 5:22-23. The KJV translation uses the word temperance in place of “self-control” which, like self-discipline, generally refers to our ability to control or restrain ourselves from all kinds of feelings, impulses, and desires, which includes the desire for physical and material comfort.

May is mental Health Month – The importance of logical and rational thinking

Mental health comprises the well-being of the intellectual and the emotional components of the mind. The intellectual breakdown of the individual deprives him of logical and rational thinking. The decisions taken will be faulty if the individual is not capable of logical and rational thinking.