Depression — A Dark Cloud on a Sunny Day

I believe that depression is caused by a blocked connection to our Divine Spirit. The spiritual connection can never be severed, but a person can create blocks that reduce their awareness of the Divine Spirit — like black clouds that block the sun. The longer the separation, the harder it is to remember a sunny day, and the depressed person’s world becomes a darker and darker.

Depression is not the only symptom that can be caused by Spirit disconnection. There are others, such as anxiety, possession, addiction, anger, compulsive behavior, etc. that manifest.

Through shamanic healing, some of the blocks can be removed. But it takes more than a few healings to alleviate depression, and people must take responsibly for building their own spiritual connection. I recommend that people learn to shamanic journey or find another method that builds and maintains a strong connection to the Divine Spirit to offer healing for themselves. It’s a life-long endeavor to maintain a spiritual connection and make sure that the black clouds stay in the distance or pass quickly.

Blessed journeys!

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5 thoughts on “Depression — A Dark Cloud on a Sunny Day

  1. “I believe that depression is caused by a lack of connection to our divine Spirit.”

    I AGREE. I THINK OF IT AS FEELING SEPARATED FROM G_D.
    OUR ENERGY CHANNELS BECOME RESTRICTED, NOT ALLOWING ENERGY TO FLOW FREELY THROUGHOUT OUR BEING. SIMPLE TAPPING ON ENERGY CENTERS CAN RE-OPEN ENERGY FLOW
    AND CONNECTION TO G_D.

  2. I really like the fresh perpective you did on the issue. Really was not expecting that when I started off studying. Your concepts were easy to understand that I wondered why I never looked at it before. Glad to know that there’s an individual out there that definitely understands what [s]he’s discussing. Great job!

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