End the Madness of Mental Illness

Empower Yourself to Heal Depression and Bipolar Disorder for Good

by Marsha L. Hughes


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 6/15/2017

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 376
ISBN : 9781504380362
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 376
ISBN : 9781504380386
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 376
ISBN : 9781504380379

About the Book

Discover for yourself what has been proven historically--mental illness is not an incurable physical disease (proven by Freud, perfected by Jung) but a healable, psychospiritual (involving mind and spirit) crisis, a separation of mind and spirit in fear, reversible through a choice of inner empowerment/inner work, pulling your energy back to you in the present, enabling your bodymind to heal itself. If energy is not addressed, patients remain locked in a vicious cycle of remission/relapse, with repeated harsh pharmaceutical and physical treatments that only damage the brain and create more symptoms, then attributed to worsening disease. Know that although temporarily in crisis, your whole life is not a crisis, and that a physical cause for mental illness has never been proven. Your soul, not affected by fear or illness, is ever calm, joyful and wise, and awaits your choice to turn within per free will. Logic has brought you to where you are. End the madness now with these basic methods of self-empowerment, told in layman’s terms, and heal for good.


About the Author

Along with a lifelong fascination with medicine and spirituality, Marsha Hughes worked as a registered nurse for sixteen months before her own psychotic break, voluntary hospitalization, and diagnosis with bipolar disorder. She experienced healing through simple methods of self- empowerment, and is symptom free for 11 years and medication free for 10 years with a desire to teach others to empower themselves and heal. Hughes lives with her family and many pets in southeastern Ohio.