Mind Medicine

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Mind Medicine is the 2nd type of natural medicine is. Mind Medicine is the medicine of the soul. It can be divided it into three parts. (1) Mind. (2) Will. (3) Emotions/Passions/Desires. Many, many diseases can come from this area of emotions, including anger, worry, sadness, fear, over joy and bitterness. Passions when connected to a “do whatever you want attitude,” can also cause mind health problems. Mind Medicine must then be employed. Greed can also be a cause of health problems.
Depression and Anxiety

Verses from the Bible:


42:11 Why art thou cast down, O my soul? And why art thou disquieted
within me? Hope thou in God: for I shall yet praise him, who is the health
of my countenance, and my God.
43:5 Why art thou cast down, O my soul? And why art thou disquieted
within me? Hope in God: for I shall yet praise him, who is the health of my
countenance, and my God.


15:26 And said If thou wilt, diligently hearken to the voice of the Lord thy
God, and Wilt do that which is right in his sight, and wilt give ear to his
commandments, and keep all his statutes, I will put brought upon the Egyptians:
for I am the LORD that health thee.
9:6 For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government
shall be upon his shoulder:and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor,
The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace.

9:36 And when the voice was past, Jesus was found alone.


1. For weeping/crying:

21:3 And I heard a great voice out of heaven saying, Behold, the tabernacle
of God is with men, and he will dwell with them, and they shall be his people
and God himself shall be with them, and be their God.

21:4 And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no
mere death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain:
for the former things are passed away.

*Oils that help when you feel like crying
Peppermint oil, Chamomile oil Rome, Basil oil, Melissa oil, Opoponax root oil,
Clary sage oil, Mulberry leaf oil
Chamomile oilJingjie oil, Lily Magnolia oil

2. For anger:

1:19 Wherefore, my beloved brethren, let every man be swift to hear, slow to
speak, slow to wrath:

*Oils that help when you feel angry
Bergamot oil, Chamomile oil, Germany, Lavender oil, Jasmine oil, Helichrysum oil

3. For fatigue:

14:18 I will not leave you comfortless: I will come to you.

* Oils that help for fatigue
Angelica oil, Sage oil, Clary sage oil, Rose oil, Ylang Ylang oil, Cinnamon oil,
Frankincense oil

4. For Worries:

14:26 But the Comforter, which is the Holy Ghost, whom the Father will
send bring all things to your remembrance, whatsoever I have said unto you.

14:27 Peace I leave with you, my peace I give unto you: not as the world
giveth,give I unto you. Let not your heart be troubledm neither let it be afraid.

14:28 Ye have heard how I said unto you, I go away and come again unto
you. If ye loved me,ye would rejoice, because I said, I go unto the Father:
for my Father is greater than I.

*Oils that help for worries
Bergamot oil, Cedar wood oil, Sandalwood oil, Ylang Ylang oil

5. For Depression:

42:11 Why art thou cast down, O my soul? And why art thou disquieted
within me? Hope thou in God: for I shall yet praise him, who is the health of
my countenance, and my God.

*Oils that help for depression
Narcissus oil, Lemon oil, Linden blossom oil, Mandarin oil, Patchouli oil, Myrrh oil

Chinese Proverbs for You to Know:

    1. The biggest enemy in one’s life is his ego.
    2. The biggest failure in one’s life is arrogance.
    3. The biggest ignorance in one’s life is cheating.
    4. The biggest sadness in one’s life is jealousy.
    5. The biggest error in one’s life is self abandonment.
    6. The biggest crime in one’s life is self cheating and cheating others.
    7. The most horrible behavior in one’s life is inferiority complex.
    8. The most admirable conduct in one’s life is to go forward continuously.
    9. The biggest bankrupt in one’s life is desperation.
    10. The biggest wealth in one’s life is health.
    11. The biggest debt of gratitude in one’s life is the debt of human
      kindness and compassion.
    12. The biggest gift in one’s life is forgiveness.
    13. The biggest deficiency in one’s life is no wisdom in sadness.
    14. The biggest sympathy in one’s life is to give willingly.
We experienced heavy and even life threatening depression and anxiety, in which God taught us to overcome. The following is my own testimonial on how I battled with depression and made me believe that God will not forsake us in hours of our needs.


In prison, one day often seemed like a whole week to me. There was nothing of interest to challenge the mind. Only fear, uncertainty, discouragement, and great sorrow. We were not permitted to stand or lie down at will, only when ordered to do so. Police guards watched us scornfully. Because I was a political prisoner they paid close attention to my every act. We were forbidden to cry or show any evidence of our anguish or sorrow. I could only sob out my grievances to myself and shed my tears alone. No one was permitted to visit us or to communicate with us in any way.

I worried about my wife, my parents, my brothers and sisters, my future and even my life. The more I thought about it, the more frightened and confused I became. Some days I was nearly crazy. My brain could not be quiet, and I could not control my thoughts or my emotions. I felt that I was losing my mind, and I did not know how to prevent it. It seemed to me that I had lost my soul already. From my professional training, I knew I was going into prison psychosis and depression.

At that moment, God knew my weakness and my condition. He knew that I could not bear my burdens alone. Just in time, one night, he showed me a vision. It was clear and powerful.

I saw a light pink curtain a short distance in front of me. It was drawn slowly across my area of vision from left to right. Immediately after the vision disappeared a strong voice came from above to my spirit, saying “See no one but Jesus only.”

The vision and the voice awakened me and gave me great strength and peace of mind. I remembered the words of Paul, “We are troubled on every side, yet not distressed; we are perplexed, but not in despair; persecuted, but not forsaken; cast down, but not destroyed.” (II Cor. 4:8-9)

From that moment on, I knew I was not alone in the prison. Almighty God was with me and beside me. I heard his voice. I felt his presence. He was now teaching and protecting me. That was a spiritual sweetness as sweet as honey. I felt blessed and I could “rejoice in God my Savior,” even in prison.

From then on, I was able to shut out depressing and fearful thoughts about my family and the future. I could center my thoughts on Jesus only, and I began to recollect the Bible’s teachings and its stories one by one. By humming remembered hymn tunes and recalling the words. I learned how to praise God in my darkest and most dangerous times. The Comforter taught me and cheered my heart through unceasing silent communication with Him. Happiness and deep inner comfort flowed through my spirit.
Soon, my confused mind and vexed heart became quiet and calm. Sighing and sadness were replaced by praying and praising. I felt real joy.

The guards and some of the other prisoners watching my changing attitudes thought that I had no affection for my loved ones. They could not understand why I could be happy. The police often asked me, “Are you so cold hearted that you never think of the welfare of your wife, your parents and yourself?

I just looked at them and did not answer. But in my heart I knew I really love my wife and my parents, even more than my own life. By God’s teaching and by His love I conquered the first big pain – sorrow and terror.

I wished that I could be free, but I had to obey God’s command, “See no one but Jesus only.” As a soldier of Jesus Christ on the battlefield fighting the devil. I knew that the most important attitide for me was to take up my cross and follow Him. He had said, “He that loveth father or mother more than me is not worthy of me: and he that loveth son or daughter more that me is not worthy of me. And he that taketh not his cross, and followeth after me is not worthy of me.”
(Matthew 10:37-38)

I always hummed this song when I felt timid and discouraged.

Onward Christian soldiers!
Marching as to war,

With the cross of Jesus,
Going on before.
Christ, the royal Master,
Leads against the for;
Forward into battle,
See, His banners go!
Onward Christian soldiers!
Marching as to war,
With the cross of Jesus,
Going on before.
-Sabrine Baring-Gould


Locked up but not forsaken, lost, but then was found.
My hands were tied, but my heart was not bound.
The enemy was crushing in from all around me,
It was hot and dark and I could not see.

Starvation was with me all the time,
There were no plates or forks, nothing that was mine.

I looked to my brother to lend a helping hand,
But they were too weak, I couldn’t even stand.

I would have given gold, for one drop of water to my lip,
But they beat me and my skin they would rip.

There was no fresh air, that I could find,
I was losing hope and starting to lose my mind.

I was separated from my family and from my wife,
I was surrounded by evil and threat of losing my life.

I was stripped of all material things, nothing I could boast,
No home, no car, no friends that I could host.

I had done no wrong, after all I am a Christian man,
There was no where to run, I had to take a stand.

I was accused of doing wrong and tried to make me admit,
They pulled my hair and my ears, they would hit.

They cuffed my hands until i would bleed.
Oh what I would give for just one page to read.

To have my Bible and not be bored.
But you see I did have, the word was my sword!

I thought my mind had forgotten, that the words were lost,
But I dug deep inside, no matter was the cost.

When I had lost all hope and thought I may die,
God reached out and heard my silent cry!

I was tired and weak, I was no longer strong,
But what I didn’t realize, He had been there all along!

He reached down in the muck and mire, my prayers He had heard,
I was starting to recall and remembered His word!

He once died ro save me and now is saving me again,
He is my Lord and Savior, He is my friend!

Just when I thought I can’t live in this despair one more day,
He came to me in a vision, He showed me the way.

A strong voice came from above to my spirit, saying:
I knew from that day on, I would never again be lonely!

The vision and the voice awakened me and gave me strength and peace of mind,
I knew He would show me the way out, and my family I would find.

He had given me many more visions that helped save my life,
I just longed to be with my family, to be with my wife!

After more visions, I had the hope that one day I would be free,
To be happy, healthy and whole, then they would see!

That if you lose your life for Jesus Christ, He will restore all things back to you,
That you have to ask Him in your heart and believe that’s all you have to do!

He had my attention, there was no where to run,
He was fighting my battle, the victory had been won!

My friends thought I was happy, they saw a light on my face,
It was not from me, but God’s loving grace.

Surely grace and mercy will follow me all of my days,
He alone will save me, He will show me the way.

Our fight is not of flesh and blood, but of the spirit,
Cry out Jesus name, they will flee, because they fear it.

Brothers and Sisters, the time is now to cry out His name,
Ask for forgiveness and you will never be the same.
Some of you are also imprisoned, it is in your mind,
Trust Him, serve Him, He will break the strong holds that bind.
Let it be “all” about Jesus and not about you,
Keep your eyes on The Savior, He will make you brand new.

Dear Lord, Thank you for saving my family and saving me,
Thank you for letting our eyes to see.

That you Lord Jesus for dying on the cross and our sins you atone,
I know on thing is true, from this day forward, we will,

Thank you Lord Jesus
Thank you Father God
Thank you Holy Spirit

Holy Messiah God
Glory Glory Glory

By Kitty Martinez

This song is dedicated to Dr. Timothy Yeh and his wife Pearl Yeh and
their children and their beloved parents and family. And for all the
other soldiers for Christ, that suffered along with them during the
Cultural Revolution in China.