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→→→→ vertical line TOPIC: THE MOST DIFFICULT EMOTION IS TO OVERCOME DEPRESSION.DOES MEDITATION W
vertical line Posted on Mar.31.2007 @ 10:59PM EDT by amylim

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Reply from boopoom
Apr.01.2007
05:39AM EDT 
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does it make you feel better when you post this message.....

expression can help , soon you will forget what you've writen on this bord....and don't remember how many topic have you been post ...things will past just like the topics in this forum

 you can overcome everything

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love,boopoom

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Reply from ______
Apr.01.2007
08:27AM EDT 
vertical line When the cause of depression is seen, the depression can be let go. The letting go is Love. It is a letting go of ego-centricity, the I, and receiving back, transformed by Love, the I am. If one wants to know truth then one has to do and be truth. The truth of meditation sees through the cause of depression. In this way, one is transformed from the wounded to a wounded healer, able to care for, and help others who suffer also.

Have a look at this website:

http://buddhism.kalachakranet.org/depression.html

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Reply from amylim
Apr.01.2007
01:17PM EDT 
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vertical line Quote: "When the cause of depression is seen, the depression can be let go. The letting go is Love. It is a letting go of ego-centricity, the I, and receiving back, transformed by Love, the I am. If one wants to know truth then one has to do and be truth. The truth of meditation sees through the cause of depression. In this way, one is transformed from the wounded to a wounded healer, able to care for, and help others who suffer also.

Have a look at this website:

http://buddhism.kalachakranet.org/depression.html

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.........Have save under favorite. Need time to digest.Thank U.
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Apr.02.2007
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Aug.25.2010
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Aug.26.2010
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Reply from zen-zen
Aug.26.2010
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vertical line Why don't you spend a couple of minutes reading Xinxin Ming: http://www.awaken2life.org/Hsin%20Hsin%20Ming%20-%20Verses%20on%20the%20Perfect%20Mind.pdf
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