What is strength

Strength has several meanings in our concept:

Suitable as a therapy for depression. It acts against stress. The development of a strong will. stress, positive thinking, addictions, strength of self-control

  • Strength is living life to the full.
  • Strength is the ability to give and take a punch.
  • Strength is getting fit and keeping fit.
  • Strength is managing your addictions.
  • Strength is keeping a beer belly at bay.
  • Strength is facing your fears of a lack of money, illness, old age, a loss of performance and death.
  • Strength is facing your anger, aggression, envy, vindictiveness, depression and crises – and knowing how to work with them in your favour.
  • Strength is preserving your dreams, vision and ideals – realising whether you are really living your life.
  • Strength is reviving and living your desires which may have been forgotten between childhood and adulthood
  • Strength is realising how much time you have left?
  • Strength is facing your sensitivity, vulnerability, pain, disappointment – experiencing them, releasing them and then emerging on the other side.
  • Strength is experiencing everything and still looking forward to the next day.
  • Strength is how we affect the people around us – learning the art of being a benefit to the people around us and at the same time not allowing ourselves to be used, keeping to our Path.
  • Strength is creating and accepting – being able to give and not only take, being able to accept, to accept things so that the person who is giving has the same, if not greater, joy from the act of giving.
  • Strength is understanding that a crisis is an opportunity for growth.
  • Strength is knowing the difference between self-confidence and arrogance.
  • Strength is asking for help, not doing everything yourself.
  • Strength is cultivating positive thinking – focussing your thoughts on searching for new solutions.