I'm not a dr. And I am not depressed... So really how can I write about depression. How can I know anything about a topic I haven't studied and have not experienced.
But I've known sadness, and I've known pain. And isn't depression a combination of these things in a chronic form?
Normally the mind is busy focusing outward, using information it already has. Meditation is being in a space where your mind stops focusing on outward information and tasks, and instead focuses inward on the heart, the energy, in motion experienced through the body sensations.
A monk sits dressed in robes, back perfectly straight. hands in yoga nidre. his mind is clear, thinking of nothing. ahhh. bliss. no thoughts. no pain, no fear, no nothing.. wouldn’t we all love a few minutes of.. nothing...?
During meditation you are simply sitting there. You are not eating,sleeping, or exercising. So one must conclude that Meditation must be spiritual.
And who programmed your mind since you were very little? your parents and the society they were a part of.
Meditation, the space in my life, as I slowly rocked and rolled the waves that shook my very being, and that would eventually bring me safely back to shore.
When I said that to a friend one day.. I knew I had to come up with a cookie recipe, I could eat without guilt.
If everything gives off a frequency... then food does too... and when you eat it, that frequency travels through your system and has an effect.
Now I wish I could say I always eat perfectly. That I only eat foods that give off the perfect frequency that is healthy for my body.