Monday, April 14th, 2014 Focus: I choose to be the person I want to be.

Right Brain
Depression is a part of a whole life, not something one can separate out and label as strictly chemical, biological, or biographical. In fact, when you experience an onset of depression your life is talking to you. Some part of you is sending out an SOS: “Something is not working here!”

If you are feeling overwhelmed or stuck in a long bout of depression, you can’t afford to keep looking out into the world in the same way. Some views you hold of the world will need to change. So even in the situation where medications help, be mindful to take enough to help but not so much as to kill the messenger before you can hear and understand the message of your depression.

“We get depressed for not being the person we want to be. We get depressed when we think we have not been able to achieve the things that we want to achieve in life.” — Traleg Kyabgon, “Depression’s Truth”

Excerpted from the article:
Antidotes to Depression: Stop, Look, Listen
by Julie Tallard Johnson.

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RECOMMENDED BOOK OF THE DAY

The Zero Point Agreement: How to Be Who You Already Are
by Julie Tallard Johnson.

Revealing how we can tap in to the creative, creational power that lies within and around each of us, Julie offers a spiritual technology for self-illumination, creative restructuring of your life, and manifestation of your life’s purpose. Providing 11 core principles for the Zero Point Agreement as well as thought exercises, meditations, and journaling practices, Julie shows how to break free from negative habitual states, liberate yourself from your attachment to the behaviors of others, take full responsibility for motivation and effort, express gratitude, focus your intention, and learn to co-create with the natural world. She also explores how to transform repressed material and how to apply the Zero Point Agreement to heal both personal and global relationships.

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