Distraction leads to depression

Why?

Our time is limited.
To waste time is the worst sin. (Mata Amritanandamayi)
Because nobody can postpone his death!

I have helped quite a lot of people who are wasting their time:

1.) For seeing TV.
2.) On a smartphone.
3.) Social media.
4.) Gambling

The people who I could not help ended in deep depression, frustration and even took suicide.

When we are looking for distraction, we have the desire not to feel or think about that matters for us.

With the distraction, we suppress our disturbing feelings and thoughts.

Because of distraction, we:

1.) procrastinate on our work and leisure time;
2.) get too less sleep;
3.) can’t get all the things done;
4.) have too less time for our family and friends;
5.) lose focus;
6.) ignore what we should do to improve;
7.) do not feel at all and become a Zombie or a person that will remain in his frustration for the rest of his life;
8.) become drug addicted.

After some time we have suppressed a lot of necessary information to change something for the good.

After a long time, we are just like a garbage bag, full of negativity that will result in frustration or depression.

If we would enjoy our life, we would not look for a distraction.
Because we don’t have the time for that.

And you think just a little distraction will not harm you?

It will harm you because everything starts with the first step. The first step in the wrong direction will trigger the next step… And then to stop and to change the direction becomes more and more difficult. When we want to change our direction to become more mindful our negativity will surface. – It becomes a vicious circuit.

I have spoken with the best drug addiction therapists (Veeresh, Humaniversity) in the world… The problem with the drug addiction is the suppressed negative feelings gathered over a long time… If the drug addicted person wants to change, the suppressed negative feelings showing up and hinder so. A small change in their personality requires a huge fight…

For what?

How to get rid of distraction?

When you feel overloaded, stressfully…:

Make sport, dancing, or better release your negative feelings…

Afterward, meditate or sleep.

Look what you enjoy this very moment.

Feel your pain and let it go.

Life is painful and life is many times for everybody hard.
Remember, through our hardships, we learn the best.

My Video: Distraction leads to depression https://youtu.be/1ELAVJ4-OC0
My Audio on Podcast: RELAX WITH MEDITATION or see link in the end.
My Audio: https://s3-ap-southeast-1.amazonaws.com/rudizimmerer/5/Distraction+leads+to+depression.mp3

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