The Role of Meds in Good Vibrations
Before we talk about the role of a doctor’s prescription in managing our emotional energy, let me say first that I don’t really know what I’m talking about here.
This is not my forte and I am not a qualified professional for this topic.
So please take what I say with a grain of salt.
In fact, it’s more important that you make up your own mind about this and tune in to your own inner wisdom, rather than being led by others’ limiting beliefs.
Which is rather my point about the whole thing.
Here’s what I’ve seen in some LOA circles and individual conscious creator minds when it comes to medicating moods …
- Shame or judgment about “resorting” to a prescription in order to better manage moods.
- Feeling like if one is really a powerful creator, one should be able to fix this without medical intervention.
- A belief that anti-depressants are ineffective or reliant on the placebo effect, so why bother.
And I’ve also seen, for some, tremendous upliftment when they get a prescription that suits them.
Sometimes when you’re asking for relief from depression, and when you hold intentions to feel better, sometimes Universe (or your Higher Self, you might prefer to think of it as) might answer that with an introduction to meds. It may very well be the path of least resistance for some.
I think it’s smart to be open to all inspiration that Universe/your Higher Self delivers.
Here’s my thought on this subject before I turn it over to you guys for input …
If someone found their way to feeling better via Wellbutrin or Zoloft (or whatever Rx the doctor writes), that’s as much worth celebrating as someone who found their way there via a new puppy or a new playlist or a new fling. Let’s not judge.
Several of my most successful co-creator friends found an anti-depressant made all the difference for them.
If you found your way to feeling better via a daily regimen of pills, and you’re feeling like you gave up on LOA by doing so, I think you’ve got it wrong. That does not make you a failure of a conscious creator. Quite the opposite – I’d say you succeeded in getting back to good.
One final thought: I’ve noticed that it isn’t so much we judge others’ path to feeling better as we do our own. If you’re someone who has been resisting this particular path, I wish you ease, clarity, love and support.
Good things come to those who are open to them.