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Marishka

Marishka, Community Member

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look inside

stop looking outside, to others, to the world for peace and joy and answers.  They are all inside.  Look inside.  You have infinite peace, joy and abundance with God.  Look to God.  Clear your head and listen in silence.   No one said it would be easy.  Play in the water with rubber duckies.  Cool rubber... Read moreChevron
posted 09/19/2014, comments (0)|
Marishka

Marishka, Community Member

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headache, tired

Spewing due to being in pain and not at peace for the moment.  That is what we do often.  Or turn it on ourselves.     Challenge is to find our way back to our natural peace, joy and center without hurting ourselves or others.  Without getting caught up in crap.  In our minds.  INa  mind dominated society.... Read moreChevron
Marishka

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very down

but that is just fodder for the mill.   Stuff to chew on.  For all of our minds.  For our minds that crave that.   We have to train our minds to be at peace, let them remember that normal state of joy available to us all at any time,  and not let them control us with their crazy cravings and tendencies.... Read moreChevron
Jerry Kennard

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Staying Well after Depression: Finding a Balance

Following an episode of depression there are those who behave as if nothing has happened. They have a view that it’s important to get back in the saddle as quickly as possible, maybe even working harder than before in order to catch up or to prove something to themselves or others. It's not a good choice. Others heed the message that... Read moreChevron
posted 09/12/2014, comments (0)|
Jerry Kennard

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Staying Well after Your First Depression

The first episode of depression can come as a big blow. Everything you thought, or hoped you were as person, unraveled. Over time, things gradually eased and whilst you may never be the same person again, you’re feeling better. Now come the questions that embed the big fears – will it happen again, will it be worse next time and when... Read moreChevron

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