Feeling depressive is inevitable (unless maybe you’re an enlightened guru?).
Energy levels are a rollercoaster for everyone—especially human design projectors!—but I don’t love the rollercoaster analogy because we are merely passengers on the ride.
I much prefer a plane analogy.
In the periods when our life force energy drops, it’s like a plane falling toward the earth. It’s going to happen once in a while no matter how good a pilot you are.
What’s in our control are the joystick and throttle: we control how far we fall, and how quickly we rise back up again.
Spending too much time watching content on social media? That’s letting go of the controls into freefall.
Getting sunlight in the eyes and blood-pumping exercise? That’s pulling up on the joystick and pushing the throttle.
Every day we have our opportunities to choose. We don’t need to be perfect. We just need to choose to be an actively engaged pilot in our lives, more often than we let go of the controls. ☺️
Much love 💗
*note: this post is not intended as medical advice for serious brain chemical imbalances. If you can’t seem to “pull the joystick back up” no matter WHAT you do, you may benefit from professional help via therapy, prescriptions, etc.