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FMTV - Mindfulness for Depression: 6 Meditations to Relieve Stress

Mindfulness for Depression: 6 Meditations to Relieve Stress

Runtime: 58m 11s | Release date: 2012

This film features: Ira Israel.

Depression can affect all areas of life, from sleeping to eating, and can also affect your performance and relationships. It’s important during this time to reconnect with yourself. This can be done through simple steps such as breathing and allowing yourself to relax.

As you may be aware, depression can cause an infiltration of feelings that may overburden your thoughts and sometimes blur your vision of the beautiful life you have been given. Clinical Psychologist and wellness advocate, Ira Israel will guide you through how to be aware of onset, how the mind operates, learn to reframe and take a step back, separate feelings and actuality and guide you into a simple meditation that relieves stress.

Topics Covered:
  1. What is Depression?
  2. How Our Minds Operate
  3. Reframing Depression
  4. Discernment vs. Judgment
  5. Uncertainty
  6. Vedanta

Mindfulness For Depression contains 6 talks and 6 easy flow meditations that have been beautifully shot from around the world. Follow along as Ira Israel provides natural tools for self-healing to alleviate stress, cultivate peace of mind, and overcome depression.

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Ira Israel

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Vicki DiNitto None | 4 months ago
What I found (newly) interesting as I watched this---is when we think of stress--we think big cities, busy work lives, crowded and crushing schedules---but there is an opposite that is just as stressful. My husband was CEO, traveled, engineer--due to a shift in technology from tapes to CD's--the area where he was a "world expert" no longer even exists; the thriving businesses closed and torn down--and we live in a very rural area----LACK of all those things we normally associate with stress are absent----and yet we are just as stressed, if not more so--because there aren't even any diversions to take your mind off the VOID. And of course at an age where you lose a relationship/family/friend at least once a month---we need something for the Baby Boom Generation. Just wondering how we would even begin to approach this area.
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Jasmin Habelito | FMTV | 4 months ago
Thanks for sharing an important message, Vicki. Dr. Libby Weaver says that ‘stressed’ is the busy person’s word for fear. She shared with us that most of the time, people who are stressed have a fear of disappointing others or a fear of failure. Sometimes, if you can understand the source of your fear, you can start to overcome the issue and reduce the stress. Hope you check out our guided programs just to see what would best fit your needs as of now: https://www.fmtv.com/programs. Feel free to comment anytime! ~ Jasmin
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Sandra Lachapelle | 1 year ago
This is wonderful, absolutely loved it.
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Eva Prescott | 2 years, 1 month ago
thank you, I forgot how much I enjoyed this the first time around, bought a DVD - this was a great reminder how much I need this in my life.
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Patricia Reimer | 2 years, 1 month ago
Another great documentary by Ira Israel. Wow, this was amazing. I'd been feeling overwhelmed lately, and I had been wondering if it was depression that I was feeling, but now I see that it wasn't that at all. I can clearly see that if I put my energy into making some changes in my life, this too shall pass. What a lift this has given to my day! This is definitely going on my Favorites List to watch again.
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Colleen Belliveau | 3 years ago
at first i was a bit put off by the length of this, but decided to watch anyway and i am so glad i did. i never considered myself very skilled at meditation, but this was really easy and very beneficial.
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