How to Improve Mental Health

In a society that has turned us into Human Do-ings, we need to start embracing rest, relaxation, reflection and play as essential to a healthy and happy life. When we slow down and turn our attention inwards, it allows us to discover the root cause of our discomfort and dis-ease. With growing inner awareness, we begin to build a life we don’t need to regularly escape from. Here are some articles you may find useful in restoring you body’s natural balance and discovering happiness from within.

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Having bouts of anxiety or depression but don’t know why?

By Celeste Chong | August 14, 2020

Are you trying to understand why you act, react or feel a certain way? The way we react and behave is a result of past experiences which we may not be aware of but have stayed in our subconscious.

Why is relaxation important?

By Celeste Chong | May 7, 2020

Stress weakens the immune system. When worried and stressed, the body operates in “Fight or Flight” and its focus is on survival. Other functions (like your immune system) take a back seat. Relaxation improves the immune system.

What is the best way to deal with unwanted and unpleasant emotions?

By Celeste Chong | January 31, 2020

First, debunk the myth that showing your emotions is a sign of weakness. Through practicing acceptance and addressing our core needs, we deal with these emotions.

What happens to unprocessed emotions?

By Celeste Chong | December 27, 2019

When an emotion is not processed and released, it becomes an active stored emotion, stored in the connective tissues or other body parts. Over time, there is a high chance that it shows up as a physical symptom.

What is the root cause of Anxiety, Depression & Dis-ease?

By Celeste Chong | December 21, 2019

The root cause of most physical symptoms trace back to unprocessed emotions from life experiences stored in our bodies and subconscious, and from belief systems we built growing up.

History of The BodyTalk System

By Celeste Chong | December 16, 2019

The BodyTalk System was developed by Dr John Veltheim in the early 1990s, out of personal necessity. Working 16-hour days and his own health suffered. He contracted a strain of the Epstein Barr virus that did extensive damage to his liver and was told by Western doctors he might not live.