Tag: depression

The Secret to Forgiving Yourself
Compassion and Kindness
Erin Pavlina

The Secret to Forgiving Yourself

Have you ever made a mistake you thought was so bad that you simply couldn’t forgive yourself? So bad that you sunk into a depression and were unable to move on? Why are we so hard on ourselves? Why can’t we forgive ourselves for our mistakes? How long must you flog yourself before you are worthy of forgiveness? I was working with a client recently who was very upset because she was going to have to declare bankruptcy due to the failure of a start up business. She had quit her job a year prior, taken all the money she

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Pinpricks of Light

Are you at the end of your rope?  Are you about ready to let go and call it a life?  Are you depressed?  Is your light just going … out?  When I prepare to do an intuitive reading for someone, I do a little tuning in before I call them on the phone.  Part of the tuning in process includes me taking a look at their chakras, which are the energy centers of our body.  By scanning or tuning in to a person’s chakras I can tell in what areas of their life they have problems and I can tell

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How To Find the Light When You’re Drowning in the Dark

I receive a lot of communications from people who are in deep trouble.  They’re depressed, suicidal, overcome with fear, unable to function in daily life, succumbing to abuse, or too panicked to live.  In short, they’re drowning in darkness, unable to see the light anymore.  These people often feel they are at their wit’s end, at the end of their ropes, unable to go on, ready to give up.  Their connection to the light is gone.  If you are in that place of darkness where you’ve lost all hope, this is how you find the light again… Let people help

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