Moving through Depression
No pills, No drugs, No bad side effects
CALM (Creative Accelerated Learning Methods) is about helping you to cope with life and its sometimes extraordinary ups and downs.
We show you how to develop practical life skills that make your everyday life more directed and enjoyable.
With these skills, you develop the strength that is within – they are then in place when you really need them … in any crisis.
We use the latest science to offer you coping skills that are empowering, easy to learn and lasting.
The CALM System is one that offers techniques to achieve the change you want in your life. NO pills, NO drugs, NO bad side effects, NO trials of will-power, No mumbo jumbo, just down to earth every day ways.
These changes will last. CALM Research Centre teaches creative accelerated learning methods in the Chi Seminars.
From 1989 to 2009 more than 1500 seminars have been conducted (and now these Seminars are on DVD, Audio CDs and Workbooks) being Meditation Classes, Life Skills Courses/Seminars and Student Seminars.
The Seminar help to improve your mind power, teach stress management, help you understand your subconscious mind through tried and tested Body/Mind exercises and goal setting techniques.
There is no doubt that stress and anxiety can lead to depression, insomnia, lack of concentration, anger, cancer, fear, migraine, physical pain, loss of self esteem and focus and bad habits leading to smoking and weight gain.
Many of today’s challenges commence with stress management.
Stress and stress related illnesses push many people to an earlier than necessary grave.
With the “Switch On” life coping techniques you will learn important keys not only for healthy longevity but also how to relax and release stress, any time, anywhere in less than 30 seconds.
No matter what we want to achieve or cope with in life, we can make it easier for ourselves if we deliberately use the power of our deeper inner mind.
This is often known as the subconscious mind which is 88% of our mind.
This subconscious mind has in it all our memory, habits, personality, and self image.
So you see, we use it, because we use our memory and our habits but we do not use it deliberately.
Have you ever tried to change a habit just using the conscious mind?
This means you’re really using willpower it’s quite difficult isn’t it?
It often takes a crisis before we discover our inner strength. What a pity that this quality so often lies dormant for years and is only activated when our backs are well and truly to the wall.