Tag: depression

Artificial Intelligence, Depression, and Cross-Dimensional Living

Artificial Intelligence, Depression, and Cross-Dimensional Living

99 percent of humans, 99 percent of time, live in the “dimension of phenomena”, where it’s all about thoughts, emotions, energies, and stories, and consciousness manifests as very sophisticatedly programmed intelligence. Yet at some point in your life in the dimension of phenomena, the question emerged: “Is this all there is to life?” For many people that was the beginning… Read more →

What to Do When You Feel Like A Piece of Crap

What to Do When You Feel Like A Piece of Crap

Do you have days when all you want to do is to shut the door, close the blinds and curl under a blanket? Me too. On the days when nothings feels right and you feel sad/mad/unmotivated/full of doubts, it’s the natural tendency of the mind to fill in the blanks, conjuring up stories about a thousand things that are going… Read more →