Best Spirituality Book for Depression: The Vortex: Where the Law of Attraction Assembles All Cooperative Relationships, Esther Hicks, Jerry Hicks and Abraham
Abraham teaches us one thing, and one thing only: How to feel better–“vibrate” at a higher level–in order to create a more enjoyable experience of reality. I love the clarity of the message. (It’s also just a really fun message.)
Can this book help me overcome depression?
Does it address depression specifically? What does it say that can help?
In this book, Abraham, as channeled by Esther Hicks, discusses the importance of feeling good, then offers a number of tips and tricks for doing so. Sometimes, this feeling good thing comes naturally; other times, it requires effort.
A few notable quotes:
- “Your life is supposed to feel good to you.”
- “Through the examples in this book, it is our desire to help you remember the art of alignment first—then action. Alignment first—then conversation. Alignment first—then interaction. Alignment first—then anything else. People sometimes say, “Think before you speak.” A wise intention, but we would take it further. We would suggest, “Think—and then evaluate the value of that thought by noticing how it feels; and do that often enough that you know, without question, that you are in alignment—then speak, then act, then interact.”
- “The Art of Allowing is what you want most to understand, because, in deliberately applying it, you “allow” yourself to be all that you have become.”
- “Often people are surprised to discover that by physically remaining in a relationship (by not moving out) but at the same time deliberately deactivating the unwanted aspects of their relationship by activating more wanted aspects, their relationship improves so much that they no longer want to leave.”
To what degree do you think this book can help me overcome depression?
Depression effectiveness rating: 7 on a scale of 1-10
Where can I find it?