Dealing With Depression And Suppressed Emotions


It’s quite ironic that we as a modern society living in the Information Age, still have so many cases of depression being diagnosed by doctors or medical practitioners. Often such people having depression actually report feeling lonely, lost, sad or hopeless. In my reiki healing practice, I too detect quite a few people with trapped emotions. Such people really need an outlet or ought to express themselves openly rather than keeping it all bottled inside. However, as a proportion of them fear being judged as dysfunctional, they resort to putting up a brave front by not admitting their emotional issues. Others remain silent due to the absence of a “willing listener”. Over a period of time, such debilitating emotions can turn out to be a silent killer.

In my healing work, I often rely on angelic/spirit guidance. On most occasions, I am asked by the Divine to practice reiki on my clients. However, there have been cases, whereby Archangel Michael asked me to teach them the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) – a healing modality using acupressure, so that they could help themselves. In one particular case, as I guided my client to practice the EFT, a clairvoyant who was sitting nearby reported seeing the person’s aura brighten up! Initially the clairvoyant described this person’s aura as dark ( implying lack of energy). In other words by freeing trapped emotions within, the said person’s energy started to flow better.

In another unique case, I was asked to pass a message from the Goddess of Mercy (Quan Yin) to a lady who was carrying a lot sadness and frustration. Instead of being asked to do healing (reiki) for this said person, the divine advice was for this person to write down all the pent up feelings within herself on a piece of paper. Apparently, apart from verbalising, writing was another good way of expressing ourselves- to get emotions out of our chest. The lady did what was suggested and later replied joyfully to me that she actually felt much better! (Note: Interestingly, that day happened to fall on a Super Moon day, which is an excellent day for releasing things that do not serve us anymore, as the moon amplifies the healing effect.)

Yet another case involved a male friend of mine who was taking anti-depressant pills to heal his condition. When I asked Archangel Michael to ‘scan’ him, I was told that the root cause of his condition was his procrastination in living out his true life purpose. Apparently, he was well paid in his present job, but that occupation didn’t yield the satisfaction that his inner soul was yearning. My divine reading tied in with his own personal consultation with a psychic medium who said that he needs to change his career path, to something more fulfilling. As such, taking those medicine only provided him a temporary relief but was not a lasting solution. Again, this problem is about people not expressing their true self or inner desires.

Depression is real health problem and not something to be mocked about. Not admitting or avoiding it can lead to severe consequences, in the long term. Those dealing with people suffering from depression also need to be patient and considerate. From my experience, the key elements to returning to good health are honesty and openness. In the end, I believe there is no shame in people admitting that they need help or seeking help.

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5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. ugiridharaprasad
    Jan 28, 2018 @ 14:13:19

    Reblogged this on ugiridharaprasad.

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  2. Dhruv K Gupta
    Jan 29, 2018 @ 08:13:59

    Depression can also be defined as lack of self confidence, fear and having nothing productive to do and being highly pressumptious. So treatment is to do away emptiness and make one realize one’s importance in life.

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  3. Kita B
    Mar 26, 2018 @ 18:05:23

    Great insights on dealing with depression. This has been my struggle since I was a child. Great post!!

    Reply

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