This page is for your own exploration. I have spent many years researching, reading, and practising a variety of health and wellbeing strategies. On this page you will find a series of simple, accessible, professional and referenced articles which I have written myself taking a look at a whole-of-person, whole-of-environment, systems perspective on mental health.
As Charles Eisenstein so eloquently put it: “that depression, ADHD, anxiety, etc. aren’t chemical malfunctions of the brain, nor spiritual malfunctions of the mind; rather, they are forms of legitimate rebellion against life structures that are unworthy of one’s full participation or attention. They are more symptoms of a social illness than of a personal deficiency. As Krishnamurti said, “It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.”