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Depression and anxiety are some of the most common mental health problems in the world. These issues can affect anyone regardless of their age, race or gender. Depression can lead to feelings of sadness and hopelessness while anxiety is characterized by fear, restlessness and irritability. Both depression and anxiety are not only socially destructive but also have physical effects on your body such as headaches, stomach pains or muscle tension.

From Agitation to Exuberance

If you are feeling agitated, it means that your mind is racing. You are anxious and unable to relax or focus on anything. With this type of depression, you might feel like there is no hope for the future and that the present moment is unbearable.

Agitation can be a result of many different circumstances: stress from work or home life; trauma from a recent event; physical pain; insomnia; any other medical condition that requires treatment. If your agitation has been caused by something external, such as an illness or injury (and not something internal like genetics), then it may be possible to treat the source of your agitation and find relief from symptoms related to this type of depression.

Exuberance describes an upbeat mood where everything seems more wonderful than usual—whether it’s due to what’s going on around us or within us! When we’re in an exuberant state there’s usually little space between our feelings of happiness, joyfulness and excitement—there isn’t much room left over for sadness at all!

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Depression to Euphoria

You have got to be careful in raising your emotions. If you raise your negative emotion such as anger, hate, jealousy etc., then it will take you down on the way up. If you try to raise yourself from depression by thinking positive thoughts then this is also not good because they are low-level thoughts and they will not bring much benefit.

The best way to raise your emotions is through meditation and self-enquiry (or self-awareness). In meditation we use our mind as an instrument by which we can go into deeper states of awareness. Our mind becomes a tool for inner exploration. This is how I am able to move myself into higher vibrations or feelings of joy or blissful peace during my meditations; these are higher states compared with my normal daily consciousness when I am not practicing meditation regularly yet still experience some moments of happiness throughout my day but these last only briefly before falling back into negativity again so even though I might think I’m happy for maybe 5 minutes at most after getting off work during rush hour traffic with all those rude drivers around me yelling out their car windows at each other – “Get outta here ya dumbass idiots!!” – There’s still lots more room for improvement!

When Are You Depressed

When you are depressed, the symptoms can include:

Persistent sadness and/or frequent crying

Feeling hopeless or worthless

Loss of interest in activities you normally enjoy (e.g., sex)

Significant weight loss or gain with no medical reason for it (less than 5% weight change is not considered significant) Thoughts of death or suicide that are not connected to a specific plan

If you have any of these symptoms for more than two weeks, talk to your doctor about it!

Lower Emotions and Negative Emotions

Lower emotions are the bad feelings. These include fear, anger, jealousy, guilt, shame and sadness. They are also called negative emotions because they don’t make you feel good about yourself or your life.

The first step in dealing with lower emotions is to recognize them for what they are—the result of our past experiences and childhoods.

How to Raise Your Emotions to Higher Ones




Exercise (even if it’s just a walk)

Music, especially music that you like or are familiar with.

Nature and the outdoors. This could mean going outside for a walk or sitting in front of your window and looking out at whatever is there (for example, I have flowers growing by my window so I’ll often sit there and look at them).

Meditation is a Way of Inner Peace and Spiritual Growth

Meditation is a way of inner peace and spiritual growth. Over the years, I have found that meditation helps me to understand my emotions. It helps me to be in the present moment, instead of being caught up in my thoughts about things that happened in the past or might happen in the future. Meditation also allows me to be aware of my thoughts and feelings without judging them as good or bad, but simply accepting them as they are.

Although meditation has helped me become more calm and relaxed, it hasn’t always been easy for me to practice this technique on a daily basis. Here are some tips that may help you meditate more regularly:

Find a quiet place where you can sit comfortably without distraction (this could be your bedroom or even just a corner at home). If anyone else lives with you, make sure that there won’t be any distractions during this time for either person involved! If necessary, turn off any cellular phones so no one disturbs your peace while meditating!

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Understanding your emotions and what you are feeling at any given moment is an important aspect of living in the present moment.

It’s important to understand your emotions and what you are feeling at any given moment because emotions are a way of communicating with yourself, others and the universe. You might be thinking, “Won’t I just get upset by this?” or “I don’t want to feel angry or sad. I just want to feel happy all the time!” Understanding your emotions and what you are feeling is not a bad thing. In fact, it could be one of the best things that ever happened for someone who suffers from depression because it teaches them how their mood affects everything around them, including their relationships with others as well as themselves.

When we experience certain feelings on a regular basis such as anger or sadness, these feelings can become our default response when faced with certain situations (such as being yelled at). By learning how our negative emotions affect us in different ways—both physically and mentally—we can change our thought patterns so they no longer trigger those negative reactions anymore which means less stress overall!


Living in the present moment is a great way to understand yourself and your emotions. It will also help you have a healthier relationship with others, as well as yourself. The key is to learn how to identify what you are feeling and then use that knowledge to find a solution that works best for you.

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