Season Two: The Art of Mental Health

Episode Two: How To Heal From Anxiety

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Anxiety. It’s a huge issue, especially for young people. This week Louisa and Rachel dissect the phenomena of anxiety and where it originates. Whether you suffer from occasional anxious states or full-blown general anxiety disorder, you may find some of the information shared here helpful.

We discuss the nature of thinking, and outline how we create a finished product or a mental picture that, coupled with accompanying emotions, forms a finished product that is extremely difficult to shift.

We get into why this is the case, and explain the compulsive, persistent nature of the powerful combination that mental pictures and emotions create.

Fortunately, there is a way to intervene in this process and liberate yourself from the chains of anxiety. It requires the intervention of the higher self and our power of cognition. We detail how that works and lay out the process of intervention.

We also go into how parenting and modern education contribute to the anxiety epidemic. We also discuss other interventions that can be helpful and supportive for your healing journey.

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A couple of texts that we mention in today’s episode:

“Philosophy of Freedom” by Rudolf Steiner “From Normal to Healthy” by Georg Kuhlewind

DISCLAIMER: This podcast and youtube show represents the opinions of Rachel and Louisa. The content here should not be taken as medical advice. The content here is for informational purposes only, and because each person is so unique, please consult your healthcare professionals for any medical advice.


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