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August 10, 2011
3:23 am
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August 10, 2011

Hello everybody here,

I am new here and it’s nice to meet you and I’m glad to found this site with online practices for meditation.

I’ve been taken anti-depressive tables over 15 years, but since one year I can do without!  Without tablets I feel much more strong feelings and I have to learn to live with it. Many times I have the feeling the time goes to strong, I need more time (more hours in a day) and I want to do more. At the same time I feel I want to do nothing, I want my rest so desperate. But then I have to work/meeting people/doing things…etc. I am very happy with my live, my husband, my house and my work. But I need two lives, to do all I want/need to do…

This days I’ve got a fever (nothing serious, but I have to stay at home/in my bed) and I’ve got some time to think about, what I need to get more time or to get more rest/relaxation in my live. I thought again (thought more about it) I need to meditate, to learn how to relax and how to be in te moment (not future/history) and to enjoy the moment. To learn to be more in my own body and to make sure I don’t need tablets ever again in my live!

For now, I first have to sleep some hours and than I will start the first practice.

Forgive me my bad Englisch (beïng Duch, living in Germany, sometimes I make a mix of all lenguages).

Greatings, see you again,



August 10, 2011
12:28 pm
Sarah G

Forum Posts: 139
Member Since:
April 7, 2011

Hello Linn,

Welcome to the site – it’s nice to meet you too!

There recently has been quite a bit of discussion on depression and how meditation can help. You might be interested to read another post from a beginner in this forum:


Sahaja Yoga can certainly help with depression, but requires some work and patience. It is quite an achievement to be able to cope with depression without medication, so I know you are not afraid of hard work! I have found that meditation also helps me manage my time better because my attention is more focused and I can think more clearly about the things I have to do. Meditation can also help us have more restful sleep, so you may not feel as tired throughout the day.

The best thing though is to try out the online course for yourself and see how you feel. We are always here for support so please don’t hesitate if you have any questions or concerns.

All the best,


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