A Story of My Depression and Suicidal Tendencies
When I was in University and even after graduating University, I was terribly suicidal. I never got close to attempting suicide but I thought about it daily. I was very depressed. As soon as I cleaned up my diet, the suicidal thoughts simply disappeared. If we eat poison (and I was eating lots of poison in my University days) our body develops depression, anxiety, panic, mood disorders and dark thoughts to warn us that we’re off the path.
University and school in general corrals each student into “job focus” and of course the soul doesn’t like that what so ever. The kids are told that they’ll be happy working the same job for 30 years, regardless if the occupation reflects that person’s unique and innate talents. I went to the finest University in Canada and I can tell you that most everything I learned at that school was propaganda and outright lies. Just a continuation of the lower levels of education, a factory system designed to produce an army of lie infused, compliant, reflexively obedient order takers….to staff our society based matrix of control and complete tyrannical domination. A fake freedom structure where the freedoms that count are removed and the freedoms that don’t count (porn, wine, self destruction, doing drugs, watching a screen, abortion, hedonism, entertainment, instant gratification etc) are pumped in instead. Regardless, living a soulless existence inside the control grid had lots to do with my depression as well. The soul and the unconscious mind know all, even though conscious mind wants to believe it’s in full control. The book below would be a good place to start regarding getting your nutrition under control and eliminating your depression. When you’re healthy, depression doesn’t find you.
To learn more about making a change in your life, start with Paul Chek’s How to Eat, Move, and Be Healthy