Psychotherapy

Christina Sponias
 


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There are two types of depression. One type starts when a tragic event happens, usually with death or a separation, and the other type of depression appears suddenly and seems not to have any particular reason for manifesting.

In the first case, the solution is a philosophical comprehension of the meaning of life and the meaning of death; this helps depressed people accept their suffering without revolt. If this is your situation, I recommend you read my ebook Wisdom that was written specially in order to give support to people that are suffering constantly for any reason. You can find it on my website. The tragic loss of someone we love, especially if this person is young, is something we don’t every really overcome. The depression we feel seems unbearable – it seems we have no hope of finding relief! However, time will pass, and without understanding how, we always do overcome it, even though the sadness won’t disappear completely from our life.

But sometimes, this depression becomes worse instead of being slowly cured by time, and then we face despair. If things are this way for you, you certainly need more help. I’ve almost finished my ebook about dream decoding that is sure to help you immensely, but for the time being, I’ll help as much as I can through my articles in this ezine.

You have to have in mind that the human being is wild, and he can’t understand how far he actually is from psychical health. He has only a tiny human conscience which he knows only partially. Even this is mainly absurd, since it is based in his Ego and therefore, selfish. If he suffers a lot on this planet, it is because he is too absurd. He provokes his own suffering, and he destroys his personality instead of developing it. He makes only mistakes during his life, one after the other. He doesn’t learn anything from them, though, and so he doesn’t become better.

You have to understand that your suffering now is not something without any meaning that is only eroding you. You have to develop all your psychological functions, and become very sensitive in order to have psychical health. This process can only be completed through suffering. Sometimes we need to suffer more in order to learn more and to be transformed. What is happening to you now is not something without meaning, that could (or even should) be avoided.

You have to overcome your depression by accepting this suffering like a hero. This is the only way you can transform your nature and become a wise and balanced person that can help others overcome their problems too.

If your depression is unexplainable, then you more than anyone else, need psychotherapy through dream interpretation! This is the only safe and guaranteed way you have to be able to discover the real reason for your depression, since the unconscious that produces your dreams knows everything about you and your life.

I’ll try to give you some information about dream interpretation in my next articles, even though this can really be done properly only through a book or ebook - you’ll have to return to my past lessons several times, before proceeding. These articles are not chapters of a book; they each have a defined end. I can’t expect you to keep all of them and make a collection with my articles though, so that you can have an ebook about depression and how we can cure it. I don’t even know if you are a regular reader or if you are reading this ezine and one of my articles for the first time. So, I can’t explain too much this way. I can only give you short lessons, but they can still be very helpful if you take my advice seriously. I’ve helped many people overcome serious psychical diseases and serious existential problems.

I know that your depression is very serious, no matter whether it was provoked by a tragic event, or you don’t really know its origin. Of course it can’t be compared with the common sadness that we often hide from others, so that people won’t worry about us, we won’t have to give them embarrassing explanations that upset us, etc. But you have to behave as if your very serious and unbearable depression is only a common sadness that you have to hide from other people, mainly in order to make them feel better near you. You don’t want to be a burden for everyone because you are weak. Do you?

This way you’ll discipline yourself to acquire the resistance you need in order to completely overcome your depression eventually! So, stop complaining, hide the fact you only want to stay in a corner crying, and start pretending you are strong. The more you can show this attitude, the more you’ll really overcome the inner feelings of depression.

If however you feel you absolutely cannot do it, don’t insist. Perhaps your psychical condition won’t let you help yourself. You may need more help from outside. Ask for more help - tell everyone that you are desperate. Go to a psychologist, look for a person that is spiritual and can illuminate you, do something! Don’t just stay in this condition, without any action. Define your psychical illness and start curing your soul: either be a hero and start behaving as if you didn’t have any special problem, or accept that you need to be helped as a patient and follow exactly your doctor’s instructions, with devotion. You are going to reach psychical health, one way or the other. Everything depends on your attitude!

During my studies, I came across Carl Jung’s method of deciphering dreams, which helped me and urged me to continue his research into the unknown regions of our psychical sphere. I set my poetry aside and began to compile my findings. I sought to prove that Jung had discovered the proper method of interpretation of dreams. This exercise actually taught me many things, and I continued to pursue Jung’s research into the analysis of dreams. Learn more at http://www.booksirecommend.com/

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