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I have spiritually and mentally digressed

asked 2020-02-07 23:55:48 -0600

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updated 2020-02-10 11:44:57 -0600

Guruka Singh gravatar image

I have a hard time trusting everyone. I constantly cry and feel anxious. I feel trapped and unable to get myself out and that no one will ever help me. It feels like Everything that could’ve gone wrong, has.

I’ve heard the saying that says something like when you’re at your ultimate low there’s nowhere to go but up. But I don’t know how to get up. I just wish someone would just hold my hand and guide me

Where do I start and what do I do from now on?

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answered 2020-02-10 11:52:29 -0600

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It is time to develop a relationship with that part of yourself which is infinite and unlimited... that part of you which is unknown to you. In order to do that you must work on yourself and develop the ability to go within. Unless you develop and experience that trust within yourself you will never be able to develop trust outside of yourself. Instead of saying, "there's no place to go but up..." I would say instead, "there's no place to go but in." Train yourself and begin to develop a regular habit to meditate.

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answered 2020-02-10 12:37:25 -0600

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You should tell your problems to a stranger , and notice how he doesn't care and will laugh at it

Just like that you should also react to your own problems if you overthink or compare yourself with others you will lose the way and become depressed.

Put your effort on your mind not on external events , you dont have control over the latter

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