There is a very simple reason for all emotional depression. In a recent article entitled "Intelligent Emotions" I discussed how the feelings of "happiness" and "saddness" emerge spontaneously from within yourself with each decision made by themselves in their lives. When the feeling of happiness emerges it does so in recognition of the fact that the particular decision when it is beneficial to the individual. By contrast, when the feeling of saddness emerges it does so in recognition that the particular decision made is not beneficial to the individual. In other words, there is an inner intelligence inside each of us that is monitoring and commenting on every decision we make in each moment.
Essentally is there to tell us whether we are in the right direction in our lives. When we, that is, when we choose to listen to this inner intelligence and heed its advice after feeling happy, cheerful, content, fulfilled and therefore successful. After all is not the definition of "success" linked to one's own happiness and fulfillment? What happens when we do not, for whatever reason ignored the advice of this inner intelligence? In other words, what happens when you "think" that our logical mind, or someone else for that matter, has better answers than this inner intelligence and choose to follow or them? Well, if you try this experiment by itself is very likely that you are feeling unhappy, sad, unfulfilled, and therefore success. Now, what happens if you go in not following this inner intelligence for a lenghty period of time, eg months or even years? Well, finally, sadness and unhappiness start to become something more serious. This emerging state is what many psychiatrists and psychologists call a state of depression.
If it becomes bad enough, entails a number of other symptoms of anxiety, or hopelessness, loss of energy, loss of motivation, lack of sleep, worry, and even thoughts suicide. Now, most mental health professionals would say that this "theory" as you might call is too simplistic to explain the state of depression and try to invoke a biological cause. In other words, might imply that there is something biologically wrong "with the person suffering from depression. I ask you to judge for himself. Just say to yourself, if you are suffering from depression, "there is something biologically wrong with me" and see if this makes you feel happy or sad? Does it make you feel good inside or not? Does it make you feel in control of your life or out of control? Where would you rather be? Well, I'm sure that most prefer indiviuals feel happy, in control of their own state of mind and control of their lives. How do you feel now knowing that the fund has everything you need to move to that state of happiness? If not used for listening to these feelings of guidance that will take some practice familiarizing same with them. MD is a psychiatrist Nick Arrizza Energy, Life and Executive Coach, Healer, President, researcher, author of "consideration of their own: A Manual for Personal Transformation promoter" and the powerful Mind Resonance Process (TM) ( available in e-book at: e-learning has international sessions and teleconferences on healing mind, body and spirit