Health is Wealth

How to be healthy?

It’s not enough to eat veggies, drink green tea, and do yoga. 

You must also work on healing: the stress, the anger, the disappointment, the frustration, the feeling of not being good enough, the bitterness, and all the hurts that are still hurting you in your life.

Change from within

You can change your location, your job, or even your spouse. You can meet new people and still have the same problems. 

To truly change your life, you need to look inward

You need to get to know and understand yourself. You must learn to forgive and love yourself. 

Only then will you be able to heal the trauma and dense conditioning in your mind. This is how you get to the roots. I assure you, internal changes have a significant external impact.

There are so many things in life that will try to hold you back. You don’t have to be one of them.

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Dr Jasmine Badge

Healing is an art. It takes time. It takes practice. It takes love. Dr Jasmine is a firm supporter of the idea that people, no matter what their diagnoses, can be helped to live their live more effectively through psychotherapy - The Power of Choice.

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