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Seasonal Depression

Easter egg hunts aren’t only for kids. Adults love them!

Sometimes people can be more depressed or happier depending on the season. I’ve seen this in a few of my clients’ readings and have some experience with this myself in the past. Some are happier in the Fall or Christmas time and others are happier during summer.

What I’ve seen in future predictions is an overall mood change in those with seasonal related depression. The reading will show trends of being really unhappy, withdrawn, or sick for that season they dislike and bounce back during seasons they liked.

There can be multiple reasons why, they don’t like snow, they don’t like the cold, someone they knew passed during Christmas, the list can go on. However what they may be stuck with is an overall sense or belief that they don’t like Winter, Summer, Spring or Fall.

One way I’ve seen to combat this is to visualize and even celebrate aspects of the seasons you know you do like. For me that may be art, an adult Easter egg hunt, food, nature, games or changing my mindset. Here are some ideas:

  • View nature during this time. Find beautiful pictures online. During the Fall there is gorgeous colors, hot drinks, soft sweaters, Han solo boots, and much more. Spring has beautiful flowers, Easter egg hunts, trees grow back their foliage, St. Patrick’s day. Summer has beach and pool parties, BBQ, and vacations. Winter has house parties, Christmas, vacation time, hot beverages and fresh snow for the northern states.
  • Change a picture in your house, or something to celebrate and prepare for the new season every season. Put down the Christmas tree and think of Easter eggs, clovers and fresh flower fields. Think and visualize what is great about the new season. Feel good about it.
  • Paint, draw or look at pictures of your favorite things having to do with the new season.
  • Address your mental and physical health issues if they exist. There are allergy meds, and grief counseling available that are effective.

Lucky times. Source: Andrea Knight
Rainbows! 🌈
Valentines day pizza!
Fall colors
Holidays!

Soul Mates and the Stages of Grief

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By Andrea Knight

Sometimes a rejection from those we are interested in can lead to us entering the grief cycle. Many of my clients have been rejected by those they feel are either their soulmates or twin flames. I’ve noticed that many people go through the stages of grief when they are rejected by someone they are attracted to, interested in or in love with. The problem is I don’t think they recognize that are going through the stages, instead they’re just feeling they’re emotions and reacting to them.

The denial stage is obvious. It’s essentially when you’re in denial and you can’t believe what just happened to you. Sometimes there’s a shock stage before denial but the denial stage is very real. It prevents you from seeing what is really happening, often times our ego wall might come up and we won’t see from the other person’s perspective. Next comes anger which is usually from being in a place of the ego reacting to getting rejected and trying to make up another story (they have issues, it is their fault, something is wrong with them) as well as lashing out at whoever rejected you. This can be in varying degrees, some people may not get that angry and instead get sad (low self esteem) and some people might start thinking about revenge. Bargaining comes around when someone often thinks that this is the only one they have a chance to be with or they’re not going to find someone else that they have a strong feelings for, which is not true, we have multiple soul mates. This can be a very embarrassing, uncomfortable stage that I don’t wish on anyone. They may turn to God or psychics for extreme solutions that they may feel embarrassed about later or when they realize what they asked for or tried to do. During this stage I will often put them in their love-interest shoes. I ask them how would you like it if somebody tried to force you to love them using God or spirits if you were not initially interested? They all calm down at that point and answer that they wouldn’t like it very much. It is an eye opener.

Then I usually share with them a more realistic solution. There’s some excellent books out there such as “The Like Button” that tells you how to gradually get somebody to be more comfortable in your presence or be curious about you. A lot of times this is just being around them, being in the same room, not necessarily always talking to them. A great way to explain this is to use the example of a deer and a bunny in a prairie. When the bunny first enters the prairie the deer might get spooked and run off. Overtime the bunny continues to enter the prairie but stays at a distance, not threatening the deer. This lets the deer know that the bunny is not dangerous because over time the bunny is not actually doing anything harmful. Slowly, the bunny can get closer without spooking the deer. I highly recommend “The Like Button” as well as Dale Carnegie’s “How to Make Friends and Influence People”. Some people may get spooked when you first show that you’re interested in them but it is possible to come back in a less scary manner and over time they can become curious about you, and more comfortable around you. You may become friends or you may become something more, this may just depend on a number of variables on both sides.

If you feel like you’re going through any of these stages of grief I highly recommend that you go through a healing process where you can get to the acceptance stage. I usually call an ascended Master such as Jesus, Mary, or Buddha as well as Archangel Artiya’il while laying down on my bed and ask them to help me get to the acceptance stage with whatever I’m struggling with at that time. Wait and feel much of the healing at the bottom of your lungs to clear before returning to your day. When the soreness or feeling in your lungs dissipate the healing is done. This can help push you past the stages of bargaining, anger and depression and into a more peaceful place. When you get to this peaceful place you no longer feel this urge or anguish over wanting to change the situation at any means possible. The sadness and depression go away. Then you’re more open to other options and no longer have that heart block that prevents you from seeing them or considering them.

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