Unhappiness as a Message

For many years, I suffered from recurring bouts of severe depression. Even when I seemed to recover, I wasn’t happy. Sure, I would go about my day with a smile on my face, but that was for everyone else’s benefit.
Whenever someone was able to see through my smile, they asked why I was unhappy. I could have pointed to several things in my life which led to my unhappiness, but dealing with those things was only a temporary fix. During my third or fourth year of college, I woke up one morning with that familiar feeling. I was experiencing the same profound sadness that I had been experiencing for years. I remember feeling frustrated because there was no reason for me to feel that way. I had an amazing internship, I had improved my grades, and I had a close group of friends.
I asked myself why I was still so sad. However, I didn’t expect an answer. However, I received the following message from Spirit:The reason you are still so unhappy is due to a lack of self-love and inability to forgive yourself.
After I got over my shock, I figured that I’d better get to work.
However, even after doing some work on forgiveness and self-love, I still felt unhappy. After graduating from college, I received another strong message: Unhappiness is caused by an embalance in one or more areas of your life.
While I would not wish profound sadness on anyone, I would encourage you to see your unhappiness as a message. What area of your life feels out of balance? If you have more than one answer to that question, which of those things is the least overwhelming? After asking yourself those questions, take action accordingly. If you are experiencing depression, however, it may be helpful to seek professional medical advice.
If you are in need of psychic guidance or would like to connect with your deceased loved ones, I can be contacted by email at jsisco2013@gmail.com or through my website at http://www.spiritualreadingsnj.com.

Published by Jessica

I am a medium, reiki practitioner, and spiritual coach who happens to be blind. I enjoy connecting with friends and family, a good cup of coffee, and various other things.

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