Economy, climate change, religion and elections all increase stress

If you thought the recession so far has been a stressful process, don’t hold your breath for things to get any better for a long time yet. The recession is inevitably turning into a depression with mass unemployment, collapsing industry and tax revenues.

The late spring is a sure sign that our climate has changed, and with additional unprecedented levels of rain and snow forecasted, spring may be pushed even further. The late spring is most likely to impact food production and in time food shortages.

To make matters worse, society’s “authority” figures have been exposed to be liars, cheats, corrupt and paedophilic individuals who are leading the banks, politics and the Church.

The major political parties has all been exposed to be misleading the population about expenses, the state of the economy and now trying to seduce the electorate with “promises” of prosperity while everything around them collapses.
The ongoing revelations of sexual abuse of children and nuns in the Catholic Church, has totally tainted the brand Catholic with the term paedophilia.

Stress manifests itself in many different ways it can cause chest pains, fatigue, tiredness, indigestion, shortness of breath, heartburn, skin rashes and upset stomach. In addition, stress can easily aggravate such chronic conditions as IBS (irritable bowel syndrome), eczema, high blood pressure, heart disease and diabetes ; and contribute to anxiety disorders and depression.
It is obvious that neither the Government, nor the Church or the bankers can be trusted, especially in regards to individual welfare and well-being. It is essential every individual take control of their own health. In order to do so, we need to first take control of our own minds, and address increasing levels of stress.

“More and more people have been using our free meditation resources on the stress management sites over the past few months; we have seen a noticeable increase in traffic since the beginning of this month. People need real solutions and meditation provides a proven method to reduce stress” said Dav Panesar researcher and teacher in Mindfulness meditation


Mindfulness (by Dav Panesar)

Symran (by Dav Panesar)

Body Scan (by Dav Panesar)

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