How Your Mind Operates

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You were bombarded by thoughts weren't many scientific studies state that 95% of the thoughts you had today are the same thoughts that you had yesterday? If that's true, if that's the case, and you know better than anyone else, it's pretty depressing thought, isn't it? Let's take a look at how our minds have been trained to operate given these hectic urban environments. In my video, yoga for depression and anxiety, I state that depression relates to thoughts about the past. Anxiety relates to thoughts about the future, the past no longer exists, future doesn't yet exist. So how can oppression and anxiety exist?

This comment has engendered countless discussions about depression. And here's the way I see it. I make a temporal distinction that helps me differentiate pain from grief and grief from depression. Pain is immediate, is often overwhelming, which means that it's here and now and demands attention. Whereas grief or bereavement is a process. It takes time.

It's the process of accepting an unexpected chain. Grief revolves around a loss, the loss of a loved one, the loss of a job, the loss of a friend, the loss of a dream home or ideal. And such a loss often triggers whatever abandonment issues we may be harboring. And we'll discuss that in the section on attachment theory. The main question regarding grief is how long is it going to take you to process and accept a loss? How long will it take you to process the phenomenon that events didn't transpire the way you expected them to?

The psychiatrists wrote the DSM, think that the bereavement process takes two months after two months, eight of the nine symptoms that characterize bereavement are now characterized as depression. Personally, I think that people are like snowflakes, it's hard to say that all 6.7 billion people on planet earth are going to grieve in the same manner for the same time. It's clear that what we consider to be normal and healthy is contingent upon functionality, productivity and dizziness. But is it not possible that these symptoms are our body and minds way of rebelling against all the pressures placed on us to be productive, to be continuously judged and evaluated by a resume of achievements and things that we're working on? Before we start the next meditation, I'd like to explore the possibility that we all act in certain ways that we all create facades in order to gain acceptance And affection from certain people.

But what if we didn't have to do anything and feel completely loved and accepted? Close your eyes and imagine what it would feel like to feel completely accepted completely loved for just being alive without having to do anything or prove anything. Anyone. Want you to inhale deep, loving breaths. I want you to exhale out any discomfort or uneasiness. Inhale, deep, loving breath.

Next, I need this comfort

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