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Today I got a letter from a cleint who explained how miserable her life. She complained of everything from eating to dying, from self-hatred to body image. her question was–what is the point of living?
Here is what I answered:
May your pain dissolve like sugar in water. You are crying because you have chosen to believe in defeat and suffering. You denigrate your mind and your ability to create good for yourself for your life. You are depressed and need professional help to get going again. Seek help.
Nothing anyone tells you is going to help you before you decide to help yourself. You may live in the gray and dark, see only the rain, but it will never stop until you decide to look for the good. There are many things that challenge our lives–break-ups,disability, death, body image, loneliness, poverty, racial discrimination–but there are equally stimulating and encouraging things if we fight to see them and help make it so for others-
For example–the promise of companionship, ther possibilities of love and friendship, experts and trained professionals who can work with our disabilities and bodies and coach and inspire us to achieve weight or life goals,our lost loved one can come aagin in dreams or through special sessions with mediums and aid us, we can try to live for them and make them proud. Death and life are two sides of the same coin. We come here each of us to help and to learn spiritual lessons.
Apparently, you chose the hardest task for you are really believing it is real. It is not, this is a school, a practice court for everything, but you won’t see it until you waken to your own love and your own sense of hope and self-love–then you will be out of hell. BUT NOT UNTIL YOU DO.
The point of living is to live as happily as you can…but you must know what makes you happy. Music makes me happy. Littel doggies make me happy. Children playing and laughing and their little teeth make me happy. Sunny days and lots of floating clouds make me happy. Chocolate makes me happy. Eating french fries makes me happy. Surely something makes you happy. What? Latch onto one thing and begin to reconstruct your inner world to include the things that make you happyKeep alist. Remember. Say it out loud—-wake up and seek them each day–give a smile and watch it come back . TRY.
I could go on, but I fear you are spitting and cursing and shitting on what I am saying here. But if there is just a little hope in you(and I think there is because you wrote to me)then, write yourself a letter and tell yourself what would make you happy. It all depends on you. Oh yes, consider following my daily advice on Facebook. Friend me. Shariananda Borregaard Adamz. There are also many inspirational; videos from me on YouTube. See the one on chanting and the other on meditation. This will help. http://www.bricksite.com/shariananda
Here’s the Daily Word:
As I believe, I gratefully receive.
Monday, June 9, 2014
The power of imagination is an amazing gift from God. With faith, I visualize what I want to manifest in my life. Sending forth a powerful affirmative prayer, I picture in detail what I seek to create. My vision is specific, broad-reaching, and impactful.
By seeing the result first in mind, I generate the feelings that accompany success. I may feel a sense of pride, relief, or joy as I envision a favorable outcome. I am grateful for what I know will be achieved. I internalize that sensation, and whenever I imagine my goal, the positive feelings return.
When my good comes to fruition, I welcome it with appreciation and joy. As I believe, I gratefully receive.
Whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours.—Mark 11:24