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Any ideas on how to treat depression...

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posted on Jan, 4 2018 @ 04:55 PM
a reply to: fusiondoe

This little known information may help.... quite a few posts

Energy Drain

Do you feel tired at the end of the day?

Perhaps you should have a look to see if someone has been inadvertently stealing or taking your energy and vitality.

This is more common than we realise.

It is generally done by people who annoy or irritate you. Or conversely are overly charming and delighted to see you.

A little careful remembering of who you were with on the day’s that you feel exhausted will soon allow you to find the culprit. Once you know who it is you will be able to stop it.
• Do not become emotional in response to these people, happy or angry.
• Avoid too much direct eye contact.
• Above all keep at least 3 feet between you at all times.

It seems that the gentle pleasant people are more likely to be the victims, as much as because they would never consider doing this themselves and so they do not expect others to behave in this manner.

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posted on Jan, 13 2018 @ 09:47 PM
a reply to: fusiondoe

Some effective ways to treat depression:
• Come up with a plan- set the main short-term aims you want to achieve, make some steps towards their achievement.
• Go for a walk, communicate with your friends.
• Come up with a schedule of your daily responsibilities.
• Keep to healthy lifestyle - sleep enough and eat healthy foods.
I hope this short list will be useful.

posted on Mar, 5 2018 @ 11:22 AM
The best medicine for depression is to help others, because that is how you will get gratitude and care from others, besides you burn your negative karma. Sometimes others start to expect more help from you and make you slave, so helping others can be done without them knowing and it can still remove some of you negative karma. Helping others brings sometimes incredible change in life.

Another thing is to find the purpose of your life. When you know what for you are living, you will have more motivation to start do something in order to get there.

Then one has to remember human being is not only physical, psychic and economic being, but also spiritual. Spiritual inspiration brings internal happiness. For example when we meditate we connect to the divine which is happiness, peace and love and thus we bring it into our daily life. Find teacher/group to practice with.

One can grow spiritually also by other means, although it is not that easy.

posted on May, 8 2018 @ 08:24 AM
a reply to: Sheye

That's a good point

posted on May, 8 2018 @ 08:33 AM

originally posted by: fusiondoe
I have suffered with it for years.

I won’t go into what or who I believe causes/manufactured the illness of depression, nor do I want suggestions of poisonous antidepressants nor do I need anymore counselling/therapy.

Would just like to hear from some people on natural ways and coping mechanisms and dare I say, maybe a natural ‘cure’. Perhaps there are some people here who have beaten this evil disease.

I am so sick of fighting this every single day but I am doing well, just need some tips.

Focus on something other than your grief. There's no other way. Stop caring about how other people see you, and start seeing 'yourself'. Nothing is instant, it takes time. Write. Spend time with You, because for most, it takes half a life time to 'know thyself'.

posted on May, 8 2018 @ 09:01 AM
I hate to recommend drugs, alcohol, violence or insanity to anyone but they've always worked for me......HST.

posted on Jun, 17 2018 @ 02:32 PM
Depression is just a single identity within the human being and is not based in any form of truth. Energy is filtered to this identity when one succumbs to their depression, and in many, the illusion can be so profound that it gains prominence in the hierarchy of formed identities within the individual.

So to overcome this, or any other adverse identity, one must consciously seek the opposite. That isn't to say that forcing yourself to feel joy when you are down in the dumps is the correct approach, for that jump cannot be made without a solid point of reference. A gradual transition from depression to everlasting joy is best reached by making small steps in day to day life. Use self-restraint, consciously make little choices in day to day life that support your desire to feel joy. Each week, or however long you feel is necessary, gradually make bigger and bigger choices, and eventually the depression identity will have insufficient energy to maintain itself, breaking apart and eventually dying entirely.

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