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Hong Kong people are fast-paced psychologist: feel yourself


In the urban life camp, can everyone greet yourself, is it well? Clinical psychologist and co-founder of "storyteller" Li Zhaoming (Amanda) believes that mental health is closely related to us.

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Written by: Wang Yuechen

2021-04-20 06:00

Last update date: 2021-04-20 06:00

In the urban life camp, can everyone greet yourself, is it well?

Clinical psychologist and co-founder of "storyteller" Li Zhaoming (Amanda) believes that mental health is closely related to us, and everyone needs breathing space: "Try to give yourself some time to take care of your own feelings." She said that through Practice mindfulness to be clearer about what you think and feel, and let yourself respond to life consciously.

The pace of life of urbanites is fast going up and down, revolving around career, family and other big and small problems every day.

Whether it is controllable or uncontrollable, sometimes it will always exceed our load and cause emotional distress.

Amanda hopes that the society will face up to mental health. Mental health is not only a personal matter, but a matter of the entire society.

Therefore, she and Professor Mai Yingsi co-founded "The Storyteller". In addition to professionals, there are people with mental illness experience and other friends who share the same philosophy. They hope to reduce the stigma of mental illness and promote mental health in the community. .

She said: "I hope that through our work and stories, we can bring a little change and create a more just and fair environment."

"Storytellers" share the stories of people with mental illness on social media, advocate attention to mental health and anti-discrimination messages; and through different forms of workshops and activities, let people who come by as storytellers share life stories and how to interact with each other. People walking with me also advocate mental health issues.

Amanda enjoys every bit of life.

Observe the reality of things with one breath and one breath to find inner peace

Everyone has their own definition of "BetterMe". For Amanda, how BetterMe loves the world, the people around him, and himself a little more: "Then be more aware of my beliefs and values, and then slowly practice."

Amanda encourages everyone to listen to themselves more, feel their own body and emotions, and take care of their physical and mental health. Mindfulness is one of the methods.

She suggested that beginners can use voice navigation, starting with a short exercise: "Sit down in a comfortable space, observe and feel your breathing naturally. You can try for 5 to 10 minutes at the beginning, without worrying about whether the process is divided or not. Mind, whether you are doing well or not, just experience it purely.” If the practice suits you, continue to practice and slowly find your inner peace.

AXA also cares about everyone's mental health.

Through the "Spirit Gas Station" in the Emma by AXA mobile app, everyone can practice mindfulness meditation under the voice navigation of star yoga instructor Zhong Liqi, gradually increase positive energy, and build relaxation, problem solving and resilience.

AXA has also collaborated with local radio stations to produce a series of meditation soundtracks, hoping to promote meditation to improve the physical and mental health of the people and cheer for the people of Hong Kong.

If you want to review the vocal cords, please log in:

AXA BetterMe Body and Mind Health Storyteller Watching Feed

Source: hk1

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