What many people call depression is just a feeling that has not been fully felt without words and pictures on it. Words like “I’m depressed” and pictures of yesterday and how awful it was will never actually feel an emotion. They merely interpret it. To feel it, one must experience it without words and pictures on it. Experiencing it this directly often releases it fully. This is what we do with the Living Inquiries.
– Scott Kiloby
I find that for myself. When I have examined the words and images, and recognize them as words as images, it’s easier to recognize sensations as pure sensations, and this allows whatever is here to move through. It unsticks what’s here. It allows it to be met, befriended, felt, even loved.