There is only One Way out of Depression
There has been a number of celebrities committing suicide. So I wondered, what happens to a soul when it’s been in a suicide?
The word suicide is a misnomer. It means the killing of one’s self.
But if the soul survives, there has been no killing, right?
The question is better to ask, “When a soul is forgotten and a person’s sadness results in offing the body, will the soul feel better?”
The answer to that question is, yes.
The soul’s release from a forlorn body is really experiencing a painlessness.
However – and it is with great emphasis that we say, however – the soul is no more advanced than when it was first born into that body.
So the consequence of suicide is returning to earth in a far more difficult state of circumstances, in order that the soul learns to overcome the forgetting of what it is.
Here’s what depression really is.
The body, mind, and soul are separated from the spirit, unable to recharge life-fullness.
Sometimes it is caused by physical discomfort and sometimes psychological distress.
But everyone has met those individuals who would seem to have every reason in the world to be depressed and yet they are not. And vice-versa.
Spirit knows how difficult it is to live in the world of form, [the physical].
Spirit knows that whatever the body is going through it could be worse, and it can get better.
The only way for someone to come out of depression is to find their Spirit.
Spirit, however, is unable to reach the soul of someone who will not grab hold of their worthiness and fight their mind’s wounding thoughts.
The mind gets overloaded by the brain’s agonizing endnotes.
These “endnotes” have to do with sadness from childhood.
But childhood leaves more than wounds, it also leaves scars that continue to wound the adult.
These wounds are a born soul’s training to survive in the world of form but are mistaken as threats to the body.
So first, a soul needs hope to help the body.
And the body needs to discover hope from the spirit.
Whenever someone says to you, “that’s the spirit!” It is a good indication of how spirit works.
It is actually God growing alive in a person’s sense of self.
God awakens in the body that is calling upon its spirit.
And when that happens, new life is restored to the body as it attempts once again to know the best of itself, instead of wallowing in the worst of itself.