“Be your own therapist” may be a popular notion. Yet, as choices go, the aura-level results are awful. Find out: Why can doing a lot of psychological work on yourself set you back? Not move you forward but quite the opposite!
Also, Blog-Buddies, discover this little-known truth: How my research into auras shows that Psychological Overwork causes very distinctive problems. Fortunately, these problems can be solved surprisingly fast.
Just not by analyzing them!
For Fun, What Do these Songs Have in Common?
Did I describe all of them in my memoir, “Bigger than All the Night Sky“? No, that can’t be it. Only one of those songs got that honor. 😉
Look, all three of these ditties laments doing physical work. Namely, work in objective reality.
By contrast, the kind of overwork you’re learning about in this article? It concerns working in subjective reality. Specifically…
What Is Psychological Overwork?
It’s a problem that shows up where a trained psychologist can never find it. Admittedly, how ironic is that?
Fortunately, I work in a different field, Energy Spirituality. If you’re new to it, please read this article about 10 Bright Ideas. Then keep reading.
Psychological Overwork is a consciousness lifestyle.
Essentially, it’s just a bad habit. And it can be changed! Until then, this consciousness lifestyle limits how a person pays attention to self. To work. To other people. Even to life itself.
To clarify what happens in Psychological Overwork, let’s use the example of Gladys. Back in college, she started studying psychology. Later she read some self-help books and saw some YouTube videos. As a result, she does things that many, many people believe are essential. Almost requirements for self-actualization. 😉
- Often, each day, Gladys will ask herself: “How does that make you feel?”
- Most of her waking hours, she tries to monitor her emotions.
- And even control them.
- Moreover, whatever happens in her day. (Even reading this blog.) She translates all of it in her favorite language. Such a great language, full of deep meaning! Supposedly. She constantly translates everything into psychology talk.
- Worst of all, most of Gladys’ conversations with friends involves analyzing psychologist. Like, she and her friend take turns playing therapist to each other.
So What’s the Prob with That?
First, the problem. How can you tell a person like Gladys has slipped into Psychological Overwork? Through a combo of Energetic Literacy Skills. And also Energy Spirituality ENERGY HEALING. Both sets of skills, combined.
No wonder every Energy Spirituality Expert can find this problem. Most important, we can help our clients to get over it!
Ironically, who can’t spot it? Mental health professionals.
Neither can the pastor at your church. Or family members and friends.
Yet one more reason to book a personal session with me! Overall, I can help you with personal growth and spiritual awakening. Always, I’ll do a kind of check-up early in your session. Thus, if you happen to have a problem with Psychological Overwork? Then helping you to get past that will become your session’s Healing Centerpiece.
Otherwise, there are plenty of other ways I can help you. Always co-creating with a form of the Divine (that’s acceptable to you).
Isn’t Psychological Work Simply What Smart People Do?
Not any more! Heck, Sigmund Freud was just getting famous about 100 years before the Age of Awakening.
Following that, randomly working on yourself psychologically could have give you some benefit. Until…
After the Shift on 12-21-12, people have begun to develop Psychological Overwork. Or Spiritual Addiction. Or both.
In Part 2 of this series of articles, I’ll help you learn how to stop this vicious cycle. Also, I’ve got quite a Teaching Tale to tell.
COMMENT Away, Blog-Buddies
Maybe you’ve got questions.
Maybe you’ve got a Teaching Tale of your own to tell.
Go for it. And remember, you can always COMMENT anonymously. In the first line, write “Call Me Pat” or whatever. I’ll take care of the rest.