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Difficult psychological experiences

I so look forward to the time when we will talk about the difficult psychological experiences in human life with an alert, open and proud, understanding them as part of life as a whole.

After all, we passionately deify the human body when it goes beyond the thresholds of opportunity – at the sporting Olympiads when someone reaches a new record. This requires great dedication, overcoming pain, long training, and disciplined work on yourself.

The same is true with our spirit – complex, distress-marked externalities give one the opportunity to grow spiritually! But the inner things are invisible to the naked eye, they are not tangible and material, they are difficult to utter, and they require calmness and tranquility, which are so difficult to experience in times of fast consumption.

As we sit down to the festive tables, perhaps wearing masks, armed with a facade of fake happiness, we offer each other a look and appreciation of our material expressions of well-being – photogenic tables, matching rubs, maybe even jealous of someone’s precious gifts: handbags, shoes, latest phones or cars. The reality, our experiences, our here and now with loved ones, may seem to us to be something incomplete because it will appear better, more fun, more colorful, more expensive somewhere.

I firmly believe that the feeling of inferiority is distressing when people are not true to one another when they do not really accept neither themselves or others. I have noticed that when I spend time with friends who love me the way I am, with whom I am good and at peace, to whom I can tell what I really care about – I do not look at the phone or subconsciously leveling with them. I am in a moment where I am good and assured of being – no substitutes needed.

But when people do not feel the meaning of existence, this moment’s power, fleeing from here and now to illusions, to the Internet, to alcohol, then turns a vicious circle where emotions and the call of authentic being are suppressed and put into the darkest corners of the subconscious.

  • Question of

    Do you feel the meaning of existence?

    • Yes
    • No
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    Have you had difficult psychological experiences?

    • Yes
    • No

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