Antidepressants & Healing
If you read the news, you know antidepressant use has reached epidemic proportions in Western society. At no time in the history of the earth have so many people willingly taken depression medications.
One out of ten people take an antidepressant. Some would argue this unprecedented drug use reflects medical advances in identifying and treating mental disease. “We truly are a sick society. We really do need to find more and better pharmaceutical solutions to various ‘brain disorders’. Our only hope – if we wish to fit in with all the healthy people of the world – is to take our medication so we can get back to normal.”
Everybody’s waiting for you to take your meds so you can rejoin the human race. So you can belong. And you know you want to belong.
That’s one side of the argument. And there’s a lot of muscle and money spent to get you to believe it.
But what does your heart say?
Part of the problem is that we’ve been taught and conditioned to believe the only heart we have is the one pumping blood throughout our body. But your true heart – the invisible heart – your feeling heart – is no less real than your physical heart. Have you ever noticed? You have feelings. You generate feelings, and you feel those feelings. You feel your feelings with your true heart. Or at least, you’re supposed to. But science – and the ‘great thinkers’ of the world – laugh at the idea you have a true heart. They can’t see it – they can’t find it – they can’t measure it – and so it doesn’t exist!
Besides, feelings aren’t real anyway. They’re something to forget – to stuff down – to block out any way you can. Your feelings are something you should be ashamed of even having.
Shame on you for having feelings!
Here’s the problem: When you buy into this Great Lie About Emotions then you could end up in a situation where you truly do need antidepressants. The big lie becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy. Here’s why: Your emotions are powerful. When you stuff them down, you’re playing with fire. There’s too much energy in your emotions to just deny them.
When you don’t feel your emotions, you create ‘emotional pain’.
I know it doesn’t seem that way. It seems like emotions are the source of the problem. Because that’s what everybody tells us to believe! Well-meaning people have tried to convince you to not feel your feelings. Maybe they didn’t use those exact words, but the unspoken message was there. You’re seen as some sort of weird-o if you believe emotions hold any value or purpose. It’s this type of thinking that creates the need for antidepressants in the world today. Now look, I know there are some people who have a ‘chemical imbalance’ in their brain and nervous system – and they truly do need ‘outside help’ in the form of pharmaceutical medications. Most likely, less than 10% of the patients taking antidepressants really do benefit from them, and should be taking them.
Which means there’s a 90% chance you don’t need to be taking an antidepressant!
When you block your feelings you will be in pain. And the cause of that pain will often mistakenly be attributed to the feelings themselves. I end up feeling pain instead of feeling my true feelings. Because even if we can accept that we have a ‘feeling heart’ – it’s still hard to understand how it works and how valuable it is. And how critically important it is to let your heart do its job. We block our feelings and those feelings end up accumulating in our bodies and in the energy field surrounding our physical bodies. That in itself is painful. But even worse is that our true heart longs to feel. If you don’t let it feel – that will create pain. Guaranteed. The pain may be called ‘depression’ or ‘anxiety’ or various other labels, but no matter what it’s called, it’s still pain. And we don’t like to feel pain. Thus, the explosion of antidepressant use in our modern world; to help us not feel the pain we created by believing the great lie about our emotions. Who can blame you for taking depression medications? The authority figures in our society say we should be taking antidepressants. And we should be able to trust those authority figures. It’s only when we get burned by this advice do we even go searching for answers. And that’s why I wrote this web site.
I’ve unlocked the code to feeling happy and healthy and feeling what’s real.
And now, I want to share it with you. I want to show you what I know about how to feel alive. How to feel wonderful, in fact. How to take charge of your feelings. The sadly ironic thing is, it’s so easy. But so many people absolutely refuse to give up the very beliefs that are slowly and painfully killing them. I know this because of the hate mail I get. I guess ‘being right’ is more important than ‘being real’. Hopefully, you’re not in that boat.
Listen, this isn’t for everybody.It takes great courage to stand up to what you’ve been led to believe your whole life. Even when it’s extremely painful.
Most people would rather endure great pain than to take concrete steps to change.
It just doesn’t have to be that way. I’ve written a book on how to get started ending the emotional pain. And it won’t cost you one penny. I give it away. Even though I’m giving it away, more than half the people reading this page won’t even look at it. Sad but true. But hey, you can’t make somebody wake up and face the truth. Everybody has the right to be in pain.
But you also have the right to be happy – to live a life good and true. A natural life. A life of your choosing.
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