Healing Depression the Mind-Body Way : Creating Happiness through Meditation, Yoga, and Ayurveda

Healing Depression the Mind-Body Way shines a new light on the darkness of depression by presenting specific antidepression strategies designed to help you unleash your innate healing potential. The time-tested advice presented in this book is based on the latest theories of modern science and the practical wisdom of Ayurveda, an ancient system of natural medicine. This unique book offers a comprehensive step-by-step program for eradicating the root of depression from the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects of your being.

Through detailed questionnaires about your psycho-physiological profile and elemental imbalances, you will identify an archetype that most represents your experience with depression. Then, you will design a tailor-made health program to regain balance in your mind-body.

You will learn to undo depression by:

  • Identifying your unique manifestation of depression based on elemental imbalances
  • Using yoga, exercise, and breathing techniques that are in sync with your specific physical, mental, and emotional needs
  • Using food and meditation as medicine

Whether you are battling a depressive episode or need support coping with the problems of daily living, this book will help you awaken the “physician within” and embark on a pathway to a life of balance and renewal.

Depression is commonly underreported, and it
turns out
the
main reason people are afraid to
talk about depressive feelings
with their family doctor is the fear of being prescribed
an antidepressant.

 

October 2-8, 2011
This week was set aside by Congress in 1990 to
create

public awareness and help remove the negative stigma

attached to
mental illness.

 Did you know…? Many lives have been impacted in

some way by mental illness; these extraordinary people

have a mental illness and have helped to shape the world

we live in today: Dwight Gooden, Ernest Hemmingway,

Jim Carrey, Harrison Ford, Lawrence Olivier, Beethoven,

Abraham Lincoln, Ty Cobb, Mark Twain, Dick Clark,

James Garner, Natalie Wood, Billy Joel, Sting, Charles

Dickens, Marlon Brando, John Cleese, Neil Simon,

George Patton, Dolly Parton, and many, many others.

 

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