The Depression Paradox

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Part 1 in a series of 10

See Yourself in a New Light.

The Unseen Forces that Explain the Inexplicable

If we can fathom what fuels our drives and urges, we can take steps towards self-empowerment. When “truths” told to us about ourselves do not fully resonate, the path towards healing feels futile.

In the quest for enlightenment, resistance is often encountered from the conventional paradigms of psychology and psychiatry. While there have been profound advances over time, there are subjects traditional psychology has rarely addressed for thousands of years:

Each of these concepts, often dismissed as esoteric or nonsensical, hold valuable keys to understanding the complexities of our inner world. Various causes simultaneously affect a person, and drawing from a 3-dimensional psychological profile is simplistic, falling short of all the puzzle pieces for the big picture.


The human psyche cannot be pigeonholed into a psychology that does not acknowledge the currents of quantum and mystical influences that swim beneath the surface of the physical world. Our consciousness, a boundless and ever-evolving entity, demands exploration beyond the confines of traditional thinking.

Once people remember who they are on a universal level, empty explanations are replaced by knowledge, understanding, and wonder. As we unlock the mysteries of our past lives, karmic cycles, and psychic energies, we uncover new dimensions of our existence, fostering growth and healing on a profound scale.

When a planet thrives, when it truly advances, violence does not increase; it decreases. People become honorable stewards, connected to the earth and its inhabitants. Earth may take centuries to reach this ideal, but time is running out. A revolutionary understanding of ourselves is essential, and only by breaking free from the limitations of conventional wisdom can we hope to achieve this transformation.

In order to fully comprehend the intricacies of our multifaceted selves, we must utilize tools and techniques that allow us to delve deep into our subconscious minds. Hypnosis, meditation, and other transcendental states can provide access to hidden memories, repressed traumas, and long-forgotten connections with the spiritual realm. These practices can also help us uncover clues to one’s past, paraselves, and purpose, guiding us on a journey of self-discovery and enlightenment.

No matter the cause of depression, whether it stems from karmic debt, psychic parasites, or unresolved past life traumas, a high-quality therapist can be helpful. Talking to someone who can assist in sorting thoughts, articulating feelings, and observing relationship dynamics is endlessly useful in itself. However, a truly transformative experience often requires a therapist who is open to exploring alternative methods and embracing the unconventional aspects of the human psyche.

By integrating traditional and alternative approaches to therapy, we can begin to create a more holistic and comprehensive framework for understanding our inner selves. This new paradigm allows for the incorporation of spiritual and metaphysical concepts, shedding light on the transformative forces that shape our lives and destinies.

The journey towards self-awareness and inner peace is a lifelong endeavor, but with the right tools, guidance, and mindset, we can uncover the secrets of our souls and unlock the limitless potential that lies within each of us. As we deepen our understanding of the unseen forces that influence our lives, we can foster greater compassion, empathy, and connection with ourselves and those around us. Ultimately, this path of self-discovery and introspection leads not only to personal growth and healing but also to the collective advancement of our society and the planet as a whole.

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