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The energy beneath a situation is where the solutions lay at least emotionally.
It we discern the energy beneath it, we can adjust how we act instead of reacting.
Most the time if it is troublesome the energy beneath it is fear, but what is the energy beneath depression if that is the situation?
Here are five of its characteristics:
It seems dark,
It impairs creative vision,
It conceals options,
It is confining in that it makes one feel trapped,
It creates a perceived inability to help yourself.
Fear produces many of these same results,
but what is the energy beneath the fear?
Something must be working right, or you wouldn’t be feeling fear, the processor is working fine it is just sending up the wrong set of feelings.
All energy is living in a sense, if you reduce it to its smallest form, atoms and molecules.
If we reduce it again, energy is an eternal dynamic formless essence that we describe as atoms.
I believe they are the expressed and unexpressed Consciousness of our creator of which we are a part.
Beneath the feeling or the energy of fear are the atoms and molecules that physically produce that those feelings in our bodies.
Atoms or energy are not depressed, they are neutral, they only form what they are directed to form.
So beneath fear and depression is the unlimited magnificence of the creator of universes.
Its not that we don’t have access to change, it is that we don’t realize how much possibility is available to us for change.
Being a depression survivor, what has worked for me is to do is the simple task of trying to send love to the depression and all its pain. I send it right down to my gut. It can be very difficult at first, but love will filter down through the pain, hopelessness, darkness, and the imagined inability. It will filter down through the fear and it will connect to our core of our soul.
The energy quickening our soul is perfectly intact and is working fine, the energy is just being filtered through fear instead of love.
Sounds corny at first, but it creates a light at the end of what can be a very dark tunnel.
I don’t make any claims of being a doctor or a therapist, although I’ve had a few, I just want to share what has helped me to manage and climb out of the pit of depression.