Daily meditations: Existential boredom & depression its pathway to creativity and joy – satsang


The existential boredom and its path to creativity and joy – satsang with Olga Kostrova – Silicon Valley 360 degree transofficial executive coach.
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    Daily meditations: Existential boredom & depression its pathway to creativity and joy – satsang

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    1. For me its that I actually want to continue studying but I am not very sharp anymore and can't understand as effectively as earlier in the day and then I get headaches from trying to read. Probably because I am pushing too hard, instead of accepting the slower pace. In any way this video was incredibly insightful and rings absolutely true.

    2. My boredom leads me to lie in bed with no energy and no interest in anything.

      Do you have any tips or ways how I can find what I am repressing?

    3. What about repression that is purposeful, e.g., ignoring habits in favor of a (subjectively) higher action that has been chosen to replace the previously harmful habit?

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