Moving Through Depression

Today, I was happy.

I woke up with a pit in my stomach. A souring void of a pit. My throat burned in silence.

So I talked about it
I read my ethos
I ate breakfast
I took a nap
I pleasured myself
I did and gave the gift of a yoga session
I recieved the gift of cherries, strawberries, plums, and apples
I recieved the gift of a waterfall
I recieved the gift of hot fresh Mediterranean food
I recieved the gift of companionship that offers the potential for growth
I recieved the gift of a warm bed to lay in and a bath and even more food
I recieved so many gifts and I am so happy

Today, I was happy. It didn’t start that way but somewhere between appeasing my throat chakra and the nap, I decided that I didn’t want to be sad or depressed or in tears. I’ve had a lot of that lately.

I wanted to have a good day and so I did.

How?

I think it was momentum. I didn’t let the negativity define me or the day, and I did what I normally do, with some self-love sprinkled on.

Sometimes all it takes is movement to eliminate the stagnation of a slump or depression. That means don’t drop off the edge of the earth. Do your routines, talk to people, and sprinkle a little self-love on top.

Much love,

Asha

Moving Through Depression

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