Freeing Yourself of the Lifelong Sadness You’ve Felt as a Sensitive Person

 November 26, 2015

Freeing Yourself of the Lifelong Sadness You’ve Felt as a Sensitive Person



But this often requires practice. De-programming your mind doesn’t always happen in an instant.

As I explored in a previous article, six of the most powerful questions you can ever ask yourself include the following:

  1. Am I this emotion?
  2. Am I this thought?
  3. Am I this physical sensation?
  4. Am I this circumstance?
  5. Am I this body?
  6. Am I this personality?

Yes, these elements all belong to you, and you experience them but are they really “you”?

Who are you? Are you a transient emotion that comes and goes, a thought that rises and ceases, or a body and personality that ages and changes? Can something so transient and ephemeral really be you? If you are none of these things then, who are you?

Deep, constant self-inquiry will reveal that who you truly are has no name, no form, no identity and no limits.

You are everything and you are everyone.

When you allow depression to be your teacher you will see the hidden gift that is has been trying to give you all along: that your true home, your true liberation has been here all along, within you. You just needed to experience the lie and hopelessness of division to uncover the truth and liberation of what can never be divided.


Source – LonerWolf.com

Freeing Yourself of the Lifelong Sadness You’ve Felt as a Sensitive Person




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