If it’s time to end your depression, you can do it now.
Your depression is not insurmountable.
If it seems that way, the depression technique will show you a new perspective.
You’ve already decided if this technique will help you, and you’ve already decided how much this technique will help you.
Did you notice?
You may want to stop right now and take a look at your intentions…
This page contains a written transcript of the technique that over one thousand people have used to handle their depression.
UPDATE: I’ve just recorded the ‘depression ending technique’ as a guided meditation that you can listen to right now, for free! Just click on the link below to either download the meditation, or listen to it on the download page.
This is the technique that will end your depression. All you have to do, is to do it. If you don’t do the technique, then it won’t work.
As I also mentioned earlier, I could explain the whole thing to you in less than ten minutes.
Don’t let the simplicity fool you. It works. It works! IT WORKS!
Here are a few points to keep in mind before you begin:
You must commit to twenty minutes, twice a day. While I ended almost all of my depression after one session, most people need to do it about ten to fifteen times.
You must do it when you are most alert and awake, but calm. What time of day are you most ‘clear-headed’? That’s when you want to do this technique!
If you’re sleepy, it will put you to sleep, and you won’t achieve the results you want.
If you’re always tired – like I was – then find the time of day when you are least tired. Drink some coffee, if you must!
Print out this page for easy reference.
And now, on to the technique!
This technique is performed in an altered state of mind.
If this is new to you, remember that you already alter your state of mind throughout the day. It just means that you will be in a different state of consciousness than when you are driving a car, for example.
The entire process may take fifteen or twenty minutes. Find a time and place when you won’t be disturbed. Spend a few minutes to ‘set the mood’. This may mean turning down the lights and unplugging the phone.
Find a comfortable position. You may want to lie down, or sit, or perhaps recline in an easy chair. You want to be as comfortable as possible without getting sleepy. The more alert you are, the better.
Consider stretching out various parts of your body.
Once you are seated or lying down, take a little time to relax your body. Gently close your eyes. Take a few deep breaths.
Now take a few more. By consciously focusing on and controlling your breath, you attract the attention of your subconscious mind.
Begin to relax your body. As you consciously focus on each part of your body, telling it to relax, your are sending a message to your subconscious mind.
As you relax your body while simultaneously heightening your awareness, you will be coming closer to your subconscious. The lines of communication begin to open up. Generally you would spend two or three minutes on this.
The next step is to slowly count from ‘five’ to ‘one’, with the intention of entering an altered state at the count of ‘one’.
It’s the intention that does it, not the counting. The reason you count, ‘five, four, three, two, one’ is to get you and your subconscious mind to focus together.
At the count of one, imagine yourself lying in your room. Keep your eyes closed, and visualize your room all about you.
Yep, you did turn the lights down. Everything is as it is.
You are safe.
Except,… you can hear it. It’s calling you. Your depression is calling you. Imagine yourself looking around the room, looking for your depression.
For it is a thing. It exists. It’s real. It’s as real as you are. Maybe even more real.
Imagine yourself seeing it. What does it look like; a giant, slimy, sluggy, sack-of-potatoes, smelly, dirty mess?
Now imagine that it’s starting to worm its way over here. It’s coming closer. You watch in facination and growing apprehension.
See the gray cloud that hangs over your depression as it inches forward. Now it’s upon you.
Slowly it climbs on top of you, the way it always does. It’s bigger than you are. Feel it becoming heavier and heavier. Now feel your depression putting it’s full weight on you, like a two-hundred and fifty pound bag of sand.
You turn your head to one side, just so you can breathe. You have difficulty taking a deep breath, because the depression is so heavy.
Feel it, vividly imagine it!
How does it make you feel, to have a two-hundred and fifty pound bag of sand on top of you, squeezing the very breath out of you?
How does it feel to be crushed by a giant slug?
Feel the panic. Feel the claustraphobia. Be as imaginative as you can, and as emotional as you can. Let yourselfbe scared.
In desperation, you imagine yourself reaching into your pocket and finding a small pocketknife. Somehow, the knife blade is open, and you strain to bring the point of the knife up to the bag of sand.
You manuever your hand, and just barely are able to puncture the fabric of your depression. Exhausted by the effort, you are able to do nothing more than watch the sand slowly trickle out of the huge bag.
You stretch to look down, and see a small but ever-growing pile of sand on the floor. “Don’t worry, you can clean it up later” you tell yourself. This is more important.
Feel the bag becoming just a little bit lighter. Soon you are able to move your head freely. Now your hands are able to move. “Wow, this really works!” you tell yourself in amazement.
Soon you can move your legs slightly. Feel yourself straining and fighting against the diminishing bag. You remember the floor and look down to see an ever-growing pile of sand.
Renewed by your discovery, you fight even harder against what is now becoming a much less threatening bag.
Finally you struggle to sit up, lifting part of the bag to increase the flow.
Now imagine yourself standing up with the bag in your hands. Swing it around and around your head, and throw it out an open window.
Get excited! Imagine yourself jumping up and down. You just ended your depression! This is great news!
Imagine yourself shouting with excitement and all the enthusiasm you can muster. You just ended your depression! Imagine yourself dancing a silly little jig all around the room.
Revel in the wonder of ‘you’ and what you have accomplished.
When you are done celebrating, simply count yourself out of your altered state by counting, ‘one, two, three, four, and five’. At the count of ‘five’, open your eyes, knowing that you are changed.
Everything is different now.
Some people completely end their depression by doing this technique only once or twice.
Others needed to do it several times a day for a week or two.
Your success with this technique is determined not only by the depth of your depression, but also by your rapport with your own subconscious mind.
Remember, depression has a positive side. The positive side of depression is that it is a call to change something in your life. If you heed that call, you are more likely to keep the depression from coming back.