It’s very easy to get attached to our ennui, our angst, even if things are going pretty well.
• Sometimes we have a more melancholic personality.
• Sometimes the colder, darker weather brings it on.
• Sometimes the friends we are with find it fashionable to be a little bit emo.
• Sometimes we are using substances such as alcohol and drugs, that dampen down our normally more sunny and active personalities.
If we start to wallow in our sadness, in our melancholy, we waste a lot of time in our precious live. If we start to give in to the grey or even dark energy of dissatisfactions, complaining, feeling nothing is right, this can be a dangerous spiral.
There are ways to bring yourself up, and ways to bring yourself down, and it can be as simple as adjusting the chemical balance of your body. If you eat junk food, watch too much TV, never exercise, use substances, and stay up way too late, you’re going to feel sad. If you eat clean food, meditate and get into nature, excerise, have a clean lifestyle, and sleep when you need to, you’re going to feel energized and calm, for the most part.
Sadness can be fun for a day or two, but as a lifestyle choice, it is a way of lving numb.
It is your choice, as to how you live, every single day.
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Sara Wiseman is a visionary teacher of spiritual intuition. The founder of Intuition University, she's taught hundreds of thousands of students via her books, courses and training.