What’s Happening With You?

How has everyone been keeping? Are you also feeling exorbitantly weighed down by issues that you never even realised were issues? Let’s get some community interaction down in the comments below.

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7 thoughts on “What’s Happening With You?

  1. As for me, I’ve been working on college assignments and studying for the never ending bombardment of latin tests. I’ve been trying to keep my head above water with all that’s been going on because if it really was just campus work, I could cope with that.

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  2. I’m glad you’re well, Nefilbata, or at least you’ve been coping. I always hated feeling like I was drowning in assignments and exams and work and life–it’s not a good feeling. As for myself, I’ve been working with meditating more frequently–it was a habit that I got into a few years ago but somewhere along the line I slowly stopped making time for it. Much like exercising -_- I always found–and have rediscovered–that meditation is a great way to clear the mind and calm the raging waters that forever seek to pull one down to the murky depths. I hope your courses lighten and whatever else may be weighing you down.
    –Cheers

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    1. Hey Caillen James!
      I’m sorry it took me this long to reply to you when it really shouldn’t have.
      I completely agree with the awful feeling of drowning in assignments and exams. Thankfully I only have two major things left before the exam period and then it is freedom from the world of external madness.

      My mother likes to say that my only allergy is to manual labour since that is the thing I avoid most. So while I do agree with the exercising comment I find my body more reluctant than the sway of my mind. Very similar case with meditation and Yoga. I used to love both but then it got to a stage where I couldn’t control my thoughts and shut them off. Unable to do that meditation became torture and I haven’t been able to go back yet. I want to, I see how many people it has helped and I think it could help me. But that isn’t what the evidence says.

      I thank you again for your comment and your kind wishes. They really did come at a good time and helped me get back here.
      – I hope to see you around!

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      1. It’s not a problem. People get busy and preoccupied–that’s just the way it goes. I’m glad you can at least see the finish line it sight; I’m sure that helps.
        I get what you mean–tumultuous thoughts crowd your mind and it’s hard to keep yourself still and focused. I found that repeating mantras(if you’re into that sort of thing) helps significantly. Keeps you focused on what you want to do and how you want to be. At least, that’s been my experience.
        Gosh, but it is unpleasant, isn’t it. Having to do things😏 I have the same problem. I must have been a house cat in my past life😊
        Well, it was nice hearing from you. Good luck, Nefilbata, on your exams and in life.

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      2. Ah the classic repetition. I am glad that this works for you. It does for me – somewhat. I suppose I should elaborate on that at some point.

        So glad you agree with me on the aversion to doing things! xD
        I think I would have been a puppy. Not your classic puppy but fat, lazy, and overprotective.

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