Suicide, anxiety and depression

Suicide, anxiety and depression

Depression, anger, violence, eating disorders, addiction, bullying and suicide are linked to sensitivity, sensitivity, vulnerability and shame. Four of these factors were very relevant in Alexander's life. He had periods of depression and had some underlying anger over the challenges and pain he felt. He escaped into the world of addiction with video games, and he ended up taking his own life. Suicidal ideation, depression, anger, violence, eating disorders, addiction and bullying are all environmental diseases.

Environmental diseases show us that humans are connected to everything we surround ourselves with, both by external and internal factors. It is a direct response to humanity to the imbalance that exists in society. Whether people's imbalances are mental or physical does not matter, because everyone gets symptoms where they have the weakest structure. Where blood flow is weakest, symptoms and disorders will first occur 🤯 🥶.

My life experience has shown me that depression always has elements of suppressed emotions. It can be all kinds of emotions and energies. We who have experienced living with a pain body know these suppressed feelings and displacements as our pain body. We are many who will not feel, own, be a part of, or accept, the feelings and pains that are. A person who uses antidepressants suppresses their emotions, and will not feel on individual sides in themselves. Some believe that we can actually inherit energies from our family system back seven generations. This means that the experiences and feelings our ancestors had are part of our family energy that we carry with us, and become carriers of until they are redeemed.

An emotion often has many aspects. Negative thoughts, programming and emotions are a form of trance for which our brain has a pattern. To let go of this pattern, inner child labor will be very effective. Everyone has an inner child that is aspects of ourselves, and the life experience we have. In our inner child we find our emotional programming. It is created in the body and is stored in the cells. Transformation of my inner child was done through the treatment method EFT power. Then I let go of the cellular memory that made emotional knots in me and limited me. I have training as a therapist in the method EFT power which includes tapping, regression, healing and activation of energy points. In meeting people with depression, suicidal thoughts, depression and anxiety, it will be beneficial to work with emotions instead of one-sided focus on philosophical thoughts and established truths. In the course "deprogramming" you learn EFT and activation of energy points.

Negative emotions are not emotions at all. Rather, on the contrary. They represent thoughts that originate from your or others' old experiences. The thoughts are not feelings. Rather, they are an idea of how we should feel. When thoughts and feelings are mixed, the truth is overshadowed, perhaps it disappears.  Neale Donald Walsh.

We have learned that emotions and thoughts are closely linked. Yet thoughts can also act as a shield and protection for people's core truths. Walsh writes in his book Heavenly Conversations 2 that negative emotions are not feelings. This needs further elaboration; I assume Walsh is referring to the environment and the field of consciousness that influences our collective programming. Negative emotions show us that the body is out of balance and coherence and that we are in a contracting state instead of an expanding state, cf. chapter 23:19 of the Health Bible. We are in heart coherence when we feel love, gratitude, compassion and kindness which is our natural inner state. What we consider as negative emotions, stagnation of energy, creates various diseases and recreation of old history of fear and anxiety. Humans become carriers of ancestral experiences, environment and collective consciousness that influence our energy system.

My experience is that the human body is emotion in motion, with the positive emotions emanating from the soul sense. Our surroundings are shaped by doctrines and words that limit our emotional essence. Everyone is born into a pre-traumatized field. We have learned and gained knowledge from people who are wounded and fragmented in their perception of the world. Doctor Maté (2003), refers to the same pre-traumatized field when he claims that most of the learning we give our children is often unconscious learning. We are in a world where people are strongly influenced by the 'wounded children' of the unconscious mind. In this understanding, negative emotions can refer to the unconscious creation of environmental illnesses as a symptom of a lack of holistic integration.

When we feel what we call negative emotions, it is about the contrast of what we are. To experience ourselves in three-dimensional reality we need contrasts and polarities. We can either experience what we are, or the state of lack and separation: Further elaboration can be found in Health Bible chapter 37:44.

In the last notes from Aleksander he wrote "I am pathetic, why is it so hard". The inner voice and dialog was critical and judgmental. Most depressed people experience having an inner judgmental critic. They may have an inner dialog that revolves around the thoughts -I am pathetic, -I am stupid, -I am hopeless and -I don't want to live my life this way. These thoughts are sustained by the physical emotional state they are in. The physiological body mirrors their thoughts and emotions. Many depressed people are simply good at putting themselves in a depressed state. They may have learned this early on, and even been rewarded for it. Rewarded in the sense that they avoid scolding and reprimands if they withhold inner impulses and inspiration. They suppress their authentic self, which may express their feelings more fully. They thus become more passive in a depressed state.

Here are Alexander's own notes recounting the inner dialog on the day he took his life;

When we feel depressed, we have little contact with the life force and soul identity. We feel that we are stumbling over something that gives neither meaning to ourselves, nor meaning beyond ourselves. When we experience depression, we control our lives from our mental programming and the culture and environment we are in. We feed ourselves with judgmental thoughts and take in external stress and negative energies, instead of being in our creative and vibrant interior. core.

My experience is that our body and mind are a clear compass that will constantly tell us where we are. Depression and depression tell us that there is a big gap between the personality and the higher dimension of us. I have experienced periods of depression, both because of repressed emotions, and also because my soul wanted to find the right path for me. I was not true to my soul identity. I lived more according to the programming of society, and what I thought was expected of me. Kindergartens, education and other systems do not address the most essential human needs. Many therefore fall ill in a judgmental society. Today we have few good systems and environments that meet human nature in a supportive and constructive way.

When children and young people live in an environment of lies, dishonesty, rejection and oppression, they program their minds and bodies with diseases. Before we have learned to live from an inner field of consciousness and sense of soul, the external environment will be vital, because we program our perception and inner nervous circuits according to these. People who are synchronous with their source self will not experience depression. Everyone is naturally in the life force if we have a supportive environment. There are many indications that a number of vital considerations are falling into our education systems. The opinion perspective is an important health factor. My experience is that highly sensitive people are largely associated with an opinion perspective, and get sick if this factor is suppressed.

The help that is crucial for those who struggle with suicidal thoughts is not sufficient in the Norwegian help system. I have had contact with several desperate parents and relatives of suicide thinkers who often experience helplessness and firefighting in the help system. They experience firefighting with medication and surveillance, and are offered talks or treatment only for shorter periods. We wish you all lasting changes and refreshments.

In order to heal soul wounds, deep losses and suicidal thoughts, emotional accessibility and transformational learning are necessary. As therapists, we are happy to put out fires and treat urgently, but we also need to dare and follow the patient at his darkest. Thoughts of suicide, self-harm, violence and acting out are frightening to many. Professionals who are themselves afraid of strong emotions will often unconsciously contribute to patients feeling further helplessness and powerlessness.

Soul wounds often lead to misunderstandings between people because everyone stops in their own wounds. Professionals who do not have a clear relationship to death will themselves be in survival mechanisms which in turn will be unsupportive for patients.

Most people I have talked to who are struggling with suicidal thoughts are bright souls who have kept up their inner light for a long time. It may seem that it is the most generous, empathetic, sociable and authentic souls who eventually succumb to suicide. They embrace perfectionism and superficiality, and in the end they can no longer bear to live. The most important support we can give those who struggle with the psyche and depression is about truthfulness and honesty. The most healing for us is to be met by honest and authentic people who dare to meet all sides of man, and who in themselves are in contact with their inner light and power.

When we see our lives in a retro perspective, we often see a red thread of main themes that connect our experiences. All humans have built-in mechanisms for survival. Taking our lives is contradictory in relation to the creation we are. What has been a red thread of challenges in my life has been about "the abuse of the Jante Act," defamation, fear, life and death. Both in relation to one's own health with congenital heart defects, and as a mother of children who have been seriously ill. On an overall level, we know that everyone faces the death of their physical body, although not everyone sacrifices the transition any thoughts until we approach a certain age. I understand those who choose to take their lives, even if I disagree with the choice. In fact, it is tremendously painful for sensitive people to live with low consciousness, under the illusion and with a pain body in three-dimensional reality. The pain can be killing.

"Whathurts you will bless you. Darkness is your light." -Rumi

My thoughts on death have changed a lot in recent years. I do not fear death, and live life with unconditional love and kindness to myself and everyone. I'm in contact with Alexander and other souls who have moved to the other side. Even if we accept that our souls live on when we physically die, it is cowardly to take your own life. Then we set ourselves above the highest source power, what is greater than us, and the light of our souls. We rise above the sacred creation we are and say"I want my ego will, I'm not good enough/can't do any more, now I want to die." We identify only with the body and the lowest part of our existence. Most people who are in contact with their soul do not want to take their life through deliberate suicide. Yet there may be a very short distance between our light and our darkness. What we want to die is our thoughts.

Most people have an unnatural relationship with death, while living with a lot of condemnation. This helps us develop depression, anxiety and suicidal thoughts. We have learned to hold on to all experiences, and not learned to let go. We need to learn to let go of thoughts that create illness and challenges. We need to have a better relationship with death, where we see it as a natural transition, and where we consciously create loving lives while living on earth. Mindfulness, trust, inclusion and an expanded perspective on life will significantly improve our quality of life.