The big question when you assails’m depressed reality is, no doubt, what to do to get out of that absolutely incapacitating state and draws that vital sense of life keep walking forward. The book that I present today marks a new path when come out of depression. “The Zen way to overcome depression” presents a new way of approaching the exit of a situation I know well; I’ve been twice. I know what I’m talking about. I’m depressed to say is start out of depression.
“The Zen Way to Beat Depression” Philip Martin Editorial Oniro
Like I said, I know of what I speak because I’ve gone through two dark tunnels. I once read that someone had said I’d rather lose a leg or arm before returning to go through the black tunnel of depression; I understood right away. Philip Martin, author of this book that I present, presents us with a new way of working out of depression, tending to accept this as a first step to start dating. In my case, the discovery of this book (do not be Buddhist or Zen practitioner to understand) and work on deepening the practice of Mindfulness or Mindfulness, it helped me with time, effort and patience, leaving her with a new learning about life and my own sense of life. Obviously, now that the second arrived for not having healed well the first.
The author says “Depression is a disease not only of body and mind but also the heart. Depression offers us an opportunity to deepen our spirit, our lives and our hearts. Is much we can learn about ourselves and about our world on this trip. Through careful and compassionate practice for depression you may experience deep healing in our spiritual life “
Although the root of his experience comes from Zen Buddhism, it should not be practicing or this or any religion to take advantage of this proposal healing Philip makes us about depression. It is a radical change in the way we understand, from traditional psychology, as it must be the work out of depression.
Saying and assimilate that “I’m depressed” you are putting yourself in the box output to overcome the situation. The book helps to consider this ailment from a completely different perspective.
It is structured in short chapters, very simple and yet very inspiring and offers a step by step guide that can allow you to discover a new way to health and satisfaction.
I know that now you do not see clear out of the state in which you find yourself. Assimilate I’m depressed, not supposed to feel like doing absolutely nothing, but in this case it is good that, slowly, leisurely dive into reading this book to learn a new way out of depression.
Otherwise, you may well find you come also the practice of mindfulness as a reinforcement to your new path. If you’ve come this far, let me introduce myself and give you welcome and, above all, let me tell you a reality of depression is exited.