Shirley Lynn | It's Ok to Not Be Ok

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It's Ok to Not Be Ok

by Shirley Lynn

Mental, emotional and spiritual care are just as important as everyday physical care. As we better understand ourselves, we can better understand others. Everyone has days when everything is not ok and that's quite normal. It's OK to Not be OK.
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It's OK to Not Be OK.
Life is the full gamut of everything. In a world where so much is going on all the time, around us, within us and in the circles of our personal lives, there are many layers of truth.

Mental, emotional and spiritual care are just as important as everyday physical care. In fact, in some circles it is understood that unresolved emotional and mental health can actually manifest into physical symptoms of dis-ease. Self-care begins with having self-compassion and self-acceptance. As we better understand ourselves, we can better understand others. Everyone has days when everything is not ok and that's quite normal. It's OK to Not be OK. There should be no stigma when it comes to mental health.

Bringing acceptance to the present moment is about not being governed by reactivity. Without the habit of reacting, one can become the impartial observer of pleasant and unpleasant without attachment, craving or aversion. From the teachings of the Buddha, dealing with the actual cause of suffering is not something outside of us but rather the sensations that occur within us.

On the basis of the saying what you resist persists... Eckhart Tolle says.
"To be OK with what is, which is the simplicity of this moment is the beginning of true change."
To gain insight into this perspective from Eckhart Tolle view his video online - "Accepting the Present Moment, not the Life Situation".

This song, "It's OK to Not Be OK" written by Alan Roy Scott and Shirley Lynn points a way to where true healing begins and that's within. Life and relationship connections significantly reflect opportunities for growth, developing and becoming.

At a greater level, a healing song for a world of change will always start with ourselves.

Songwriters: Alan Roy Scott and Shirley Lynn
Recorded and Produced at: The Song Store by Adrian Hannan

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