Simple Cure

Our innate desire is to be happy, and when we left it the fear we experience. This fear is actually millions of years because it arises from the biological programming of our species. Despite not having to deal with a saber-toothed tiger on a given day, are still used very different reactions to cope with threatening events. We think: “Will I be fired for making the mistake at work?” or “Will I be able to meet the mortgage after fixing the car?” or “My health continues to decline?” or “Will my relationship fall apart after that argument just fell in?” Running questions with such urgency and helplessness trains our brains to prepare now for future danger by loading our bodies with the stress hormone cortisol. Anxiety is the anticipation of a future danger. We imagine that much less than what little we have today.

This anxiety does not help us at all to face the future. In fact, it weakens and exhausts us. As general care more about things that we can not control. Caring for your dental visit, for example, make the visit better. Anxiety, in fact, is a murderer silent.

It is unnerving, and drains it of purpose and hope, faith and initiative. It blurs their thinking. And makes the body susceptible to disease. When – anxiety fear of an event in the future – is high enough, then you feel a deep sense of powerlessness. This, in turn, results in depression. You can even start to see the past as disappointing. Caught between a sad past and a terrifying future create a pattern of emotions that can lead to a variety of mood disorders such as manic depression. How to escape this vicious circle? This is what I did 20 years ago and have never suffered from any serious mood disorder. I began to cultivate the awareness of my mood swings – from elation to black despair. This was done basically watching myself when I was manic, and watching myself when I was depressed, and seeing what I did to turn in these states. For example, to bring me down, I used my love of literature to focus on the stories dark, morbid, and sad life. And to get elated, I would like to talk a lot, move very quickly, and do things in a dramatic way. An interesting thing happened when I made my unconscious behavior conscious. I could not take my serious mood swings. This is what I learned from this experience: when they can observe yourself over a few weeks, it develops a curious indifference. A paradoxical situation for me, I found it difficult to fall anxiety and depression when I was watching myself feeling of anxiety and depression. Ultimately, anxiety and depression are culturally-induced patterns of thinking that can be overcome through a deliberate cultivation of awareness. When you become your own observer, eliminate the unconscious habits that affect you. Despite billions of dollars spent to heal anxiety and depression, and all the mood disorders and behavioral abnormalities that arise from them, the cure is simple, quick and free.