The Phoenix of Condemnation.
Imagine a phoenix of glory with its wings tied up, stuffed in a dark cage with nothing but a pinhole for light. This state of bondage and restriction is quite akin to the state of a depressed mind.
If you give the this fiery creature medicine to numb its misery, you merely address the symptoms. Not the solution.
The obvious solution is to set the bird free, to untie its wings so that it may complete its cycle of realization and be reborn from its ashes of misery and inhibition.
Relevance to you:
The Phoenix, admired by several civilizations past represents the closest thing to man’s true majestic and absolutely glorious nature.
Unfortunately we live in a society where we accept an egregiously truncated version of ourselves.
In our hearts just shy of actual consciousness resides a signature of universal knowledge.
An all-knowing, freedom demanding essence.
It doesn’t stay silent and will never bow down to the mediocrity tolerated by the conscious mind.
It’s the protest of this all knowing state, kicking and screaming inside, that we feel and call depression.
Thus depression is not a condition to be suppressed with medication or meaningless therapy but rather a frantic call from the caged, majestic, all knowing self within.
When you can answer this call and ALIGN yourself with this pure and all powerful force then you experience harmony good fortune and relief.
The keys needed to unlock this cage are outlined in this website. This is the forsaken fruit we feast on. Dine with us and make peace with your inner all-knowing self.
The true self must be liberated. It will accept nothing less. You must come to terms with it and be aligned. This shall bring explosive liberation and deep fulfilment.
A state your true self longs for and must have.
The alternative is a forceful separation from you in a manner commonly known as suicide. This is why so many of us are prone to self-destruction.
But together as we break the seals of illusion we can rise above it all like the phoenix in a blaze of GLORY.