Depression – Question & Answer

by farnaz

Over the past few years, I’ve had quite a few readers and visitors of the Alchemy of Healing, email me various questions about health and wellbeing. Often the email discussions become very clarifying for the recipient and myself!

In an attempt to share these clarifying discussions and learnings with all you visitors of this website, moving forward (with prior consent) I will share email discussions on the website, and open the discussion for the rest of you to join in.

The most recent email i received was from Ayla:

My name is Ayla, I have been looking at [Louise Hays] body meanings and certainly find them quite fascinating.
I am having trouble with a friend on trying to understand the concept that has classified into depression –
Depression: Anger you feel you do not have a right to have. Hopelessness.
I can see the concept and relate things on my life that can fit with this.
But I don’t seem to be able to explain to a friend whom doesn’t agree with it at all, he feels one has every right to feeling angry.
I look at things differently more so from a viewpoint of well how did I cause it.
Will you be able to elaborate on the meaning? I would be very keen and interested.
Looking forwards to your reply.
Kind Regards
My response below:
“Hello Ayla,
I tend to agree with both of you actually. Everyone is entitled to how they feel, including anger. Usually people who are depressed for a long time experience anger as they start to feel better. This is a good thing. It means their vibration is improving.
But of course we also need to know that we each create our reality and experience so there comes a point when we need to take our power back and not be victims anymore.
I hope this helps.
Have a lovely day
What about you? Do you feel you’re entitled to feeling angry due to depression? Join the discussion!

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