Are you fully dead or mostly dead/slightly alive? Depression?

The attitude of submission, dutifulness, and the death of individual and the death of joy

Part of the enslavement process that has been going on for thousands of years, you are robbed of your sense of free will, and your joy.

The chicken coop doesn't want you to enjoy anything... or more precisely, it separates enjoyment as a special thing on special occasions, not your natural state. Same with happiness.

But the truth is: your natural state is joy. Enjoying the body, the movement, breathing, eating, working: everything.

One of my challenges is to re-awaken, to liberate that capacity that society is hellbent to suppress. Continue reading "Are you fully dead or mostly dead/slightly alive? Depression?"

Can depression be alleviated with coaching? A coach reports…

Life wants more life... and when it can't... when it is not forthcoming, it puts you into depression.

I had a small private workshop yesterday to test out a methodology that works for me to unstuck me every time.

Without a reliable, count-onable, potent method to unstuck yourself, you may get stuck in misery, inactivity, depression, for a long time.

What moves life, what gives a sense of living, is movement. Upward movement.

What many of us experience is deadness, or the dread of downward movement. It feels that movement, action, is futile

The depression resulting can last days, weeks, months... Depression recreates its cause... no movement. Continue reading "Can depression be alleviated with coaching? A coach reports…"

Life is counter-intuitive if your source of intuition is your mind… Get out of your mind!

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Life is counter-intuitive if your source of intuition is your mind

Most of what you call intuition, isn't. It is, in fact, reaction. Mostly it is the reaction of your reptilian brain.

The reptilian brain seems to have retained the memories and learned behaviors of our reptilian ancestors, as if it had been us, personally gone through the experiences of a reptile.

Hold your breath when there is danger. Make yourself unnoticeable and blend into your environment unless you are ready for a confrontation, attack first ask questions later... these are all from the reptilian brain.

Depression, schizophrenia, maybe even ADD are reptilian brain reactions. And no, I am not a psychiatrist, but I do observe people, and I look deeper than most psychiatrist: I didn't learn this, I distinguished this. This is Tree of Life knowledge, not dead. Continue reading "Life is counter-intuitive if your source of intuition is your mind… Get out of your mind!"

You can have everything, but not at the same time…

Look how hard I try! Look how good I am!

You can have everything, but not at the same time...

In certain areas of life it is obvious... Like eating sugary stuff and weight loss...

But in this work, the work of causing human evolution, from human to human being, I don't address many obvious things, because the secret of evolution is in the invisible domain.

Invisible doesn't mean anything woo woo. It means it is not easy to see it with the naked eye.

Or maybe more importantly, you cannot see it until someone points it out. And then you can see it.

These invisible things we call distinctions: once you see it, you see life differently.

This morning I was going through all the 50 or more tabs that were open in my browser... and found a pdf of an article on rackets in Transactional Analysis.

I have known rackets from Landmark, so I started to read the article.

I was stunned. The distinction "racket" in Transactional Analysis is different and a lot more approachable than in the Landmark version...

I'll do my darned best to start introducing it in this post.

Racket in TA is a feeling, or more precisely said, a feeling you use to extort strokes from others. What you want is strokes, so your spine won't shrivel up... strokes that puts you in balance. Strokes for which you are forcing, cajoling, the unfortunate other... Continue reading "You can have everything, but not at the same time…"

Reframing: our tool for creating

You've heard of the expression: like a deer caught in the headlights syndrome: frozen, seeing the world one way with no escape route.

Most people live their whole lives in that state: see the world in a fixed way.

To one degree or another we are all are like that.

The more of your life is lived in that state, the more powerless you feel, the less options, the less choices you see.

You can examine any two people with different results in life and you'll see that they are stuck in one view of the world, but their view is different.

Obviously, having new choices, having new options, having different actions available to you is a good thing if you want to have a life worth living.

People who feel out of control, people who feel that they don't have a say in what happens to them, are people with depression.

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Anxiety, worry… Many bad feelings are a result of you having no tools in your tool box… or you not using them.

As a True Empath I have to feel people's emotions.

So I am sitting here feeling someone's emotions who is suffering from anxiety.

He or she, I have no way to know who it is, has to make a decision, I guess. 1

In marketing classes, in marketing literature it is said that we make decisions emotionally and then justify our decision with reasoning.

But our emotions are not intelligent, they don't care about reality, and in addition, they are highly manipulable.

Here is an example that may make me look bad, but who cares? Continue reading "Anxiety, worry… Many bad feelings are a result of you having no tools in your tool box… or you not using them."

The Integrated Good Life & The Four Pillars Of Eudaimonia

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Eudamonia: the fulfilled life. The satisfying life. It's a how... It's about how much life you have in your years. Fulfilling the potential that you are.

It's impossible to have "the Good Life" without Integration... but... 1

One of the hardest steps for students to complete in the 67 step coaching is the step about creating an integrated life.

Why? Because on the Tree of Knowledge of good and evil, there is no such a thing as integration.

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On depression: I think I nailed it

On depression: being not at the right place, not in the right environment, not doing the right thing, not being the right one.

Depression is and has been the marker of my road... like the fields on the side of the road mark out the road.

Inevitably oftentimes the road leads into the field, or the field creeps into the road... and a depressed mood, a hopelessness, a futility starts mixing into my life.

It is hard to sleep, or hard to get up, or both.

Nothing changed and everything changed.

I have been watching it with curiosity mixed with worry... it is not pleasant to be depressed.

But today curiosity won out: I stopped worrying about death.

In this article am going to allow Source to guide me to know more, to allow me to be the captain of my ship more...
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I don’t feel like writing an article today…

 

I don't feel like writing an article.

It feels like unless I am careful, I am slipping into a depressed state. This happens around Daytime Savings Time... I get confused and sleep too much. And the body decides that it's time to go into hibernation.

I have been able to stop this process every time for the past few years... so I am confident that I'll be able to come back fast.

But this post, instead of an article, will be a few links... links to stuff I found useful reading.
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Some weird health and eating questions that defy common knowledge… or how I got well and thin

fat-burning-metabolismOne of my clients is unwilling to take Omega 2 capsules, because he says: "I don't want to get fat"

I first started to experiment with the fat burning metabolism some six years ago.

I liked the idea of eating sugar free ice cream from real cream...

I packed on 30 lbs, 13-14 kilos, in 10 days.

I have been eating a stick of butter a day, fatty lamb, and eggs... for two months now.

I am dropping between half a pound to a pound a week.

I feel good. I do have some carbohydrate cravings and I satisfy it by eating peppers, and almonds. Both slightly sweet. just enough to stop the cravings. A gram here and there...
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