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Does depression affect psychic ability? The short answer is yes. When you’re depressed, you’re looking at the world though dark glasses. Depression takes you into the dark night of the soul, wherein you question your psychic abilities, become frightened by what you see or hear of Spirit, and feel powerless.

A depressed psychic looses ability to connect with Spirit.

As a psychic, I know how hard it is to stay connected with Spirit once depression sets in. You start doubting yourself and your abilities. Fear takes over. Messages from Spirit and Guardians become muddled as you start confusing their message with your fear. If you’re an empath, it’s even harder because you are also bringing in negative energies from the people surrounding you.

Depression is a chemical imbalance within the brain and affects your mood, spirituality, thinking, and physical being. A natural psychic is open to energy flow and Spirit. Dump the dark, negative energy of depression on a psychic and the psychic’s ability to connect with Spirit becomes unbalance. After all, there’s this huge mass of darkness sitting on the light worker. It’s ugly, mean, and full of negative energy. No matter how much clearing is done, how much reiki you send it, the darkness of depression isn’t moving on. Add in lowered mood, lethargy, and physical pain and the psychic starts to disconnect from the world.

Fear and dark energies confuse the depressed psychic.

You might be thinking that disconnecting from the world would strengthen a psychic’s ability because the psychic is closer to the Spirit world. Wrong.

Fear and dark energies start to confuse the depressed psychic. When I started getting depressed, I would often confuse the dark energies of those around me with my own feelings. I thought I hated things and people I used to love. It took me a while to realize that the anger and hatred I felt were emotions being directed towards me, not the other way around!

At the same time, my serotonin levels were getting lower and lower. This made my thinking muddled. I felt powerless and confused. The world seemed to be operating on a faster level than I could take in. Yet I used to operate on that very same level! How was this happening? If I couldn’t function in the real world, how could I function in the Spirit world?

The Spirit world beckons the psychic.

Even when healthy, a psychic will tell you that the good Spirit world is peaceful and full of love. Working in positive energies draws a psychic into a vortex of bliss that is really difficult to leave once the mission or task is done. A reiki friend of mine always tells me how hard it is for her to “come back to earth” after she’s been in the positive vortex of doing reiki on someone. It takes her a lot of mental strength to not feel sad leaving that vortex.

In depression, you want to leave the pain and agony. If you’re psychic, this idea is even more appealing because you’ve felt the positive energies from Spirit or doing healing work. Those positive energies draw you towards them. They are a light beckoning you to a world of peace. But in the depressed mind, that peacefulness becomes a substitute for the pain of this world, and the idea of leaving this world can lead to ideas of suicide.

Depression can awaken more of the psychic self.

Not everything in depression is bad for the psychic. Depression is a journey of self. Depression helps you to reconnect with your Higher Self. This world distracts and detracts from the spiritual self. Money, love, social standing, justice – these are a few examples where the very physical world takes priority over the spirit world.

When you’re depressed, you enter the dark night of the soul. At the lowest darkest point of depression, you reconnect with your Higher Self. You become more peaceful. You see the world from a different perspective. Basically, your small soul has changed after all the pain and despair its gone through. Not the Higher Self because that part  of you knew what was coming in your life, had wanted you to experience these changes, and to understand what depression is about so you can be an example to others. So that part of soul, the small soul I call it, the piece that came to earth to experience life, has changed. It’s become more attuned to the Higher Self. It is more in harmony with your Higher Self and you see the world and life for what it really is and should be about.

A depressed psychic will often find that having gone through the dark night of soul strengthens psychic abilities. It may even bring new ones. Everyone who is depressed goes through the dark night of the soul. Coming out of it is a celebration of soul and life. It is an awakening to a new way of looking at life, to a new way of being.

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