Depression Help

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Daily Positive Thought


A belief is only a thought you rehearsed enough times that it becomes a “belief”. Beliefs become incorporated into our beings over time. New thoughts create new beliefs. Try having small positive thoughts about difficult situations. Focus in on these thoughts to help you navigate through the darkness.
Mantra: I am aware of my thoughts. I choose to listen to my positive thoughts to help steer me through this darkness.




  • mcatlett

    You should not “listen” to any of your thoughts ~ only in detachment from self-identification from one’s thoughts can one climb free of the pithy limitations of ego.

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