It’s scary to want to live, because if you die, you lose it.
And we’re all gonna die
Sometimes, in this moment, I think prefer being sad and depressed because I wasn’t afraid of dying. I welcomed it. It made me feel like I had an answer that others didn’t have Continue reading Alive
We take a break from our regularly scheduled programming to talk about Depression: Continue reading An Impression of Depression
Adam shares his own experience with depression and reads from Steven Pressfield’s “The War of Art”: (For my e-mail friends, click the link above to listen to the podcast) Continue reading My Own Worst Enemy (EP #1)
When you’re taught the principles of Chaos Magick, they advise you to take it slow and ease into the craft.
I ignored all of the advice.
I went full on wizard and the energy I harnessed eventually imploded, leaving me beaten, broken, and confused.
Continue reading Chaos Magick
I guess its just sadness.
That feeling when you wake up in bed and your eyes are open and you’re at your parents house and don’t have a job and you’re 29 years old and you’re just like…
Is this real life? Continue reading I Don’t Know What it Is
Coming soon on Inside the Minds Eye Podcast: A conversation with Jennifer Ann Butler- writer, doodler, and intuitively spiritual savant. Butler has spent most of her life struggling with depression. Last October, she began the arduous process of weaning herself … Continue reading “Imperfect” (How I Utilized the Energy of Depression to Write a Book)
Last October, Jennifer Ann Butler changed the direction of her website by taking a personal leap. She had written an essay, a personal piece about her battle with depression. Prior to publishing, Butler spoke of mostly spiritual, holistic topics… Rather than … Continue reading I Survived Myself
What if addiction, eating disorders, bi-polar, ADHD, anxiety, over eating, over-consumption of social media content, depression etc. were just symptoms of a deeper problem; an inability to disconnect from a world that keeps us contained within a box of labels … Continue reading An Introduction to Jennifer Ann Butler
Why we believe “Thoughtopsy” can help those struggling with diseases of the mind, and offer an introspective opportunity to discover contentment and connection, in pursuit of happiness: Continue reading Mental Health & Recovery: The Importance of Honesty and Connection
The first time I ever felt a presence of something greater than I could fathom within me, something that I could not understand, had not pursued, nor had I taken more than statistical analyst of its truth, was my freshman year of high school… Continue reading “Destruction & Discovery”