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January 11, 2013

Using meditation to stop feeling depressed

How to Stop Being Depressed

Mood-swings happen. Depressions happen. There is no way one can remain stable. Just as there is ultimate happiness in your life, there’s a constant force that keeps trying and forcing you towards depression. When circumstances change, when you are out of your comfort zone, depression happens.

Over the years, I’ve come to understand this - We are constantly thinking. Our mind constantly using the life-source energy produced by intake of food and medicines and that we receive from cosmic vibrations. Basically, every thought is a food for your brain.

So, do you get why most people feel restless when they meditate for the first time? The brain hates not thinking. The logical brain hates emptiness, thought it know it’s good and helpful.

If you want to stop being depressed, moodless, and want to discover your passion and be happy most of the time, one of the best steps you can take to help yourself is through meditation. Meditate everyday. It won’t take more than 15 minutes of your time and you’ll come about refreshed and creative.

Back when I was recommended meditation, I decided to give it a try only for a week. I know how I’d been feeling for the last 15 years and then I started meditating.

Just one week of meditation bought me something immense - I felt more refreshed, I was way more clear about what I really wanted from life, I finally decided to start my own business and also study at the same time. Some strange energy moved inside me.

Inspired. That’s what I’d call myself.

Meditate everyday. Also, make it a habit to observe your breathes whenever you feel stressed or out of control. You could do this to stay in control before those important events of your life - from dating to meeting your boss afterhours. Photo by Paree via Flickr