Ross Bishop

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Feelings and emotions are similar, but they serve very different purposes. A feeling is a natural reaction to life circumstances. Feelings are honest and real. They do not waver or compromise. They also defy definition or description. They just are. If you meet a tiger in the jungle you will experience fear - a real feeling! Other feelings are love, joy, excitement, surprise, anger and sadness. When we take a feeling and then add anxiety to it, we create what we call an emotion.
POSTED ON: November 8, 2017, 6:30 am BY Ross Bishop

The Muse

For thousands of years creative people have acknowledged the inspiration and guidance of the Muse. These claims have been pooh-poohed by rationalists, yet, belief in divine influence persists. It is easy to blow off divine influence as superstition or delusion, but it is impossible to stand before the Pieta, view the Parthenon or read about David or Abraham and not feel the power of divine inspiration in our endeavors. Then there the important texts in the Western world, the Christian Bible, The Torah and the Muslim Quran. It is difficult to hold that these books were anything other than divinely inspired.
POSTED ON: September 12, 2016, 10:45 am BY Ross Bishop

Finding The Truth

We are surrounded by the bustle of daily life, and although everything that happens here is real, the question we need to ask ourselves is, “How much of it will last?” The answer is, “Not much.” The only things you will carry out of this world are the greater awareness and compassion your life experiences have taught you.
POSTED ON: June 13, 2016, 5:55 am BY Ross Bishop

Your Void

There is a void, and it is in you. You feel it when you are afraid. It’s where you hold your feelings of inadequacy and incompleteness. When you touch this place it feels as though something is missing.
POSTED ON: August 8, 2016, 9:45 am BY Ross Bishop

Depression: Part I

Depression is the most prominent psychological disorder in the western world. It is a socially driven condition, which is growing in all age groups, especially amongst teenagers. People born since 1945 are 10 times more likely to suffer from depression than their parents, and women run nearly twice the risk of depression as men.
POSTED ON: August 8, 2016, 9:40 am BY Ross Bishop

Depression: Part III

I am going to assume that you have in place a program to deal with the biochemical aspects of your depression. Without that, dealing with the depression is possible but as you probably know, it can be very difficult. Hopefully by now, the fog of depression has begun to lift for you.
POSTED ON: September 5, 2016, 9:45 am BY Ross Bishop