An Alternative State Of Mind
When referring to Wellbeing we should ensure that there is a clear understanding that it is not just the absence of disease or illness. Wellbeing covers many aspects of our lives and is a complex combination of a your physical, mental, emotional and social health. Within the guide of Torri Enso wellbeing is associated with our happiness and life satisfaction.
Our wellbeing is heavily impacted in today’s society due to long working hours and the wish to achieve financial wealth and happiness. In seeking this success our health can be heavily impacted by ways of stress, lack of sleep, a competitive state of mind and anxiety. Research shows that people who pursue ‘extrinsic’ goals like money and fame are more anxious, depressed and dissatisfied than people who value ‘intrinsic’ goals like close relationships with loved ones.
Personal goals and positive habits
In a practical sense developing and improving on setting realistic and achievable goals, problem solving, and social skills all contribute to a successful state of wellbeing.
By following Torri Enso, we target the following principles to achieve a state of wellbeing:
Habits are behaviors that we perform automatically without thinking about them. Divided into three categories Torri Enso helps in acknowledging positive and negative habits aiming to make the changes to replace the negative for positive while improving our wellbeing.
Inspiration is a source of stimulation to do something; be it emotional or physical. It changes our perspective from the thoughts of negativity to positivity from a can’t do attitude to a will do mindset.
Mindfulness focuses on being in the present moment. But what does this mean and how can it help you. Being in the present relates to your state of mind, how you feel, your sensations, and your environment.
We use affirmations to program your subconscious state of mind. They are a great example of how our conscious thoughts can affect our subconscious beliefs. Our most tightly-held beliefs are located in the subconscious.
A vision board is a collection of images and affirmations of goals and dreams. Vision boards work with a section of your brain called “The Reticular Activating System” (RAS) the gatekeeper of your brain.