Pandemic Mental Health Crisis and How To Stay Calm with Michel Pascal

The World Health Organization estimates that each year approximately one million people a year die from suicide. 
With the unemployment rate sky rocketing, civil unrest and covid-19 on the rise again I can tell you that my patients are experiencing stress, depression, anxiety, and addiction to the point many are struggling with suicidal ideation.
News reporter Cathleen O’toole brought us up to date on this week’s headlines of suicides that include a Chinese Film MakerLaw Firm ChiefTeen Murder SuicideGun Owners,  & Three Digit Hotline.
The WORLD is in crisis and learning to stay calm and in this moment to decide to stay on Earth is crucial in suicide prevention!
It is an honor to have Michel Pascal on this weeks episode to share his method of meditation for daily stress.
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Michel Pascal is a transformational and spiritual multi-talented artist, meditation teacher, singer, composer, photographer, film director, and author dedicated to supporting underserved populations – including LA’s hardened population of parolees. An author of 20 books on spirituality, Including “Meditation for Daily Stress, 10 practices for immediate well-being” A book that describes all his new approach of Meditation.
Michel`s latest work includes the co creation of the Never Alone movement with Deepak Chopra, social entrepreneur Poonacha Machaiah, actress and humanitarian, Gabriella Wright, to raise awareness for suicide prevention and mental wellbeing through their global movement “#NeverAlone”.
He is the director of the I am never alone film, one of the solutions of the Never Alone movement for Suicide prevention and Mental Health. The film is ready to watch at a very low price $4 usd
Michel is also the creator of a free App to help people to feel better, the name of the App is Mind Dive. Available to download for free in Android and Apple.

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