How You Can Easily Work Through Depression

This time of year, many people are getting excited for spring, which means sunshine and warm weather for about 9 months. But for some people, even the thought of spring and summer cannot get them out of their depressed mood. So the question is – how do you deal with depression?

But the answer is not that easy because what works for one person, may not work for another. However, here are some things to try that have been known to work for a variety of people.

The first thing you should do is make sure that your depression isn’t being caused by a medical condition. Things like low thyroid function, low progesterone, or low blood oxygen can cause depression, as can bad eating habits, lack of sleep, and no exercise. All of these things can make a person feel more depressed than they normally would.

That being said, a few things that you can take away from the above information is that if you’re not currently exercising, get started!  Even if you just walk around the block you will release some of the natural “feel good” chemicals in your body (called endorphins). You might have to push yourself at first, but soon you will look forward to that natural high as well as the fresh – air and getting to know your neighborhood a little better.

Getting enough sleep is also important. If you have problems sleeping, try a few simple things: Make your routine more – well – routine! Never watch TV in bed. Instead, do the same things (at approximately the same time) each night to get yourself ready for bed (wash your face, brush your teeth, etc.). You need to let your body know that after you do these things, it’s time to sleep.

You might also try a meditation tape or the more advanced Brainwave Entrainment CD’s to calm your brain down and help stop those negative thoughts that are keeping you up at night. Use the techniques where you can lay down and relax, not something you listen to while on the computer. It’s not a good idea go get on the computer before you go to bed. Reading about other people’s problems on Facebook, or Twitter is NOT going to help your mind calm down!

And, speaking of negative thoughts, watch out for them and stop them whenever possible! Negative thoughts can creep in and feed off each other and soon, even if you were in a good mood earlier, now you’re just thinking of all the negativity in your life.  I have a simple method that I use as often as I need to when I feel like I’m talking too much crap to myself.  As negativity is going through my head and I recognize it – I scream (to myself) STOP!  Then try to think of something more positive. If the thought starts to creep in again, I say STOP again. And same as before try to think of something positive. I sometimes have to do this a few times, but that mental action combined with changing the activity I’m doing will soon put me in a better mood and get me to thinking about something more positive.

Now that you’ve stopped the chatter in your head and are getting more exercise, you’ll have time for more feel-good activities. You could cook dinner for a neighbor or take on some new responsibilities that give you a feeling of accomplishment; set some new goals – and most importantly – do something new, exciting and fun for yourself that brings a smile to your face!

Just a smile can make all the difference in the world!

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How to Inspire Your Ideas into Actions for Success

Have you ever had a really good idea and were inspired by it? You may have told a few friends and they also thought it was an excellent idea. Then what happened? You may have thought about it for awhile, and then, well, your daily life probably got in the way and it just stayed as “that really good idea you once had.”

That happens more often than most people care to admit. Life changing inspirations come along; the excitement mounts, then nothing!

Many ideas come from the subconscious as it works behind the scenes (or travels through the Universe) formulating ideas based on things you have read, come across, or talked to people about. You may not have put it all together at the time, but your mind continued to work on something that might just be your ticket out of your current situation and into something better.

So that idea comes. Basically it’s just a bunch of air circulating around in your head unless you do something about it. You have to at the VERY least write it down and begin making a plan to put something in motion. Your plan should consist of at least three things:


The first thing you’ll want to do is research to make sure your idea hasn’t already been discovered. Ideas float around in the world and they can come to a few different people at the same time. The first one to act on it gets the good life! So do your research first, and if you don’t find anything, move on to the next step.

Think Again

Now that you’ve got this idea in your head, schedule some quite time to think about it. You can either:

  • relax and listen to a meditation tape to get your brainwaves into alignment so you can formulate a better plan, or
  • sit at the computer with your door closed and just start thinking about things; writing down what you need to do next.

Basically you need to have a brainstorming session with yourself; just put your hands on the keyboard and type whatever comes to mind. Don’t worry about spelling or grammar; this isn’t your actual to-do list yet.

The To Do List

Next you’ll need to go through your brainstorming session and make a To-Do list. Start by doing just a few of the smaller things, then move up. You don’t want to get frustrated and overwhelmed right away. Just put some things down that you can accomplish; things that will help you get started in the right direction.

Keep separate files for your action list and your research. While you’re making up your list you may even come up with more ideas. If they are not related to the idea you are working on at the moment, write them down in a separate notebook. Then someday when you’re feeling uninspired, go through your notebook and start the process all over again.

Now, suddenly instead of an “air head” idea, you have a list of things to do! As long as you keep moving forward, your excitement should mount as your idea comes to fruition and your life begins to change. You will not believe how much your attitude will change from the small success you experience as your idea takes on its new life. It just doesn’t get any better than that!

How to Make Good Things Happen Faster

Have you ever had a really good idea and suddenly were all excited about it. You may have instantly started planning on how you would make millions of dollars with it. Or maybe it was something that would just make your life easier. But then, after a day or so went by you settled back into life as usual and just forgot about it all.

I’m not trying to make you feel bad and I’m not just talking about you. I have done this many times. It takes a lot of effort to start something new and some things are just out of our comfort range. But go back to that original inspiration for just a moment. That came from somewhere — probably directly from your subconscious. And you wouldn’t have had it if it wasn’t something valuable for you to think about.

But then again, there is the fear of failure thing going on. That’s why many Kasina Deep Vision experts say you should first of all write down new ideas as they come to you so you don’t forget them. And secondly start making a plan of action. This plan should include a timeline and goals on when and where you want to be at each phase of the project.

This exercise could take just a few minutes, depending on how big the project is; or it could take a few days. You really want to put some thought into it because at the end of your writing, you will need to decide whether you still want to peruse the project or not.

I suggest that you don’t make the “go, no go” decision so immediately. Get started on the project by doing just one thing a day for now so it doesn’t get overwhelming. See what happens if you just work on it a little at a time instead of giving up completely. You may be surprised that with just a little energy, great things can happen in a relatively short time.

If you have had problems with things like this in the past, you were probably also told that visualization is key to getting what you want – it’s a very important part of the goal setting process. You need to see yourself succeeding at every phase and then it just sort of happens.

I ran across a program that might help you get control of your “brain power.” They claim that “in just 10 minutes per day you can excite the “Super-Conscious” part of your brain and discover amazing natural gifts that you didn’t know you had” (like the great subconscious ideas you come up with — or other self-help intuitions).  Only now, you will not only get that inspiration, you will have a better idea of how to put it in place.


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