I do not feel anything. I am bored of everything. My mind was confused and my thoughts like cardboard. The fire went out. Why? And how do I get it back?

Updated on : January 17, 2022 by Marco Mcgee



I do not feel anything. I am bored of everything. My mind was confused and my thoughts like cardboard. The fire went out. Why? And how do I get it back?

You sound depressed. You have several options. You can see your doctor to check for possible physical causes, like a low thyroid, for example. You could see a counselor to find out the emotional reasons for how you feel. You can research the topic and see if any of the information resonates with your situation. One place to find alternative health information on many topics like this is mercola.com. Just put depression in the search bar and see what you can find out. In particular, see the article with a test to diagnose depression. Another potential avenue of help is spiritual. Depres

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You sound depressed. You have several options. You can see your doctor to check for possible physical causes, like a low thyroid, for example. You could see a counselor to find out the emotional reasons for how you feel. You can research the topic and see if any of the information resonates with your situation. One place to find alternative health information on many topics like this is mercola.com. Just put depression in the search bar and see what you can find out. In particular, see the article with a test to diagnose depression. Another potential avenue of help is spiritual. Depression can also have spiritual roots, so a pastor can be of great help in that case. My Free Methodist church actually has a counseling center staffed by professionals who can also offer spiritual insights. Take comfort in the fact that most depression is temporary. You will recover when you address the root causes and take care of yourself. God bless you.

Peace be with you.

Start walking and exercising.

When blood circulation improves, feelings will improve.

Finding the purpose of life in the contemporary world (for example, through sermons alislam org)

I know this very well. You are spiritually empty. Don't expect anything to satisfy you. If you try to seek truth and freedom in the world, you will only delay your freedom. So please start with this first. This is the key. Hear my story please. You miss the relationship with your creator. Now, I don't mean religion or the practice of going to church. But a real relationship. You are dead inside, because life is in Christ. We need to reconnect with Him.

I have had something similar to you. In fact, he had severe depressions, anxieties. I was trying all kinds of things. ANY

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I know this very well. You are spiritually empty. Don't expect anything to satisfy you. If you try to seek truth and freedom in the world, you will only delay your freedom. So please start with this first. This is the key. Hear my story please. You miss the relationship with your creator. Now, I don't mean religion or the practice of going to church. But a real relationship. You are dead inside, because life is in Christ. We need to reconnect with Him.

I have had something similar to you. In fact, he had severe depressions, anxieties. I was trying all kinds of things. NOTHING satisfied me. school, boys, universities, working in politics (bringing peace to the nations!), working in show business, working in art ... nothing satisfied me. It was like a spiral - for a short time something caught my eye, but then I found no satisfaction and was even more disappointed.

Before 1.5 years everything changed. I didn't believe in God, but I ended up with Jesus Christ himself in my kitchen.

Now listen to me. You have been created by God, because He chose you. He knew you before the creation of the world. He knows ALL your thoughts, all the hairs on your head are numbered. He loves you so much that He came to this Earth in the flesh and died for you. If you ask forgiveness for your sins and accept His death and accept Him as your Lord, He will move in your life and show you the world as you have never seen it. He will show you what is true and what is false. He will flood you with supernatural love and peace; I mean, you won't just imagine it, it's truly supernatural.

The first thing that God showed me before revealing myself. He showed me Satan and demons. I could have believed that there would be God, but not demons. ... Until I saw it. He is real, as Jesus Christ is real and VERY VERY very alive.
If you have any depression or dark thoughts, know that those are most likely not your thoughts, but they are voices of demons.
But don't be afraid. When you have God, they have to go.

Get closer to God and be who God created you to be. Read the Bible every day and talk to Him throughout the day as your best friend; If you do it with faith, from your heart, He will begin to give you visions, dreams, prophecies, you may hear His voice and it will be a blessing. too many. As you receive it, He will give you His Holy Spirit, and if you pray for sick people, they will be healed. The oppressed will be freed and the dead will be raised. Everything is real.
So just accept Christ, get baptized and get deliverance, because the mental torment is the demons and they need to be reprimanded. You can be released and I am the living testimony. Also, consider what you consume through music, movies, news, and social media; you should decrease it. And watch out for the "new age": horoscopes, meditation, yoga ... that connects with the spirit, but not through Christ. It's more simple. Just talk to God in the name of Jesus. If you do this, you will be under a curse in spirit. Only in Jesus will you be completely free.

Check out the Youtube channels “Prescious Testimonies”, “Mark Hemans”, “Isaiah Saldivar”, “Dreams and Mysteries”, “The Last Reform” ... some of my personal favorites. :-)
Also, you like audiobooks, so listen to the audio Bible (the YouVersion app. And any Bible for the beginning, really. The Holy Spirit will reveal the truth to you in any Bible I create. But the popular ones are the KJV (Old English), NKJV (same version without archaic expression), ESV, NIV.

I had anxiety, depression, I tried to commit suicide before 15 years ago. By accepting Jesus, He has flooded me with His Spirit and I have been delivered from all of this! I have experienced tranquility and peace in my spirit, in my mind like never before. And from that moment I am free! It's free. I feel joy in life! He opens your heart, floods you with truth, wisdom and revelation. May He release many people through you.

I dealt with it for decades, that everyone who reads this receives this truth and deliverance before I do. It is horrible to live in this slavery. I lived it for a long time, please don't stay in the same position, don't close your eyes to the truth. All you need to do is find a quiet place and talk to God from your heart. And be honest: if you want to cry, cry. If you are angry, turn it off. Just speak to Him with all your heart, there's nothing He doesn't know anyway. When everything comes out, ask Him about your life, ask Him to reveal Himself to you. Take your time, look it up and you will find it. He is real, maybe even more so than you and me. He is THE life.

God bless you in every way!

We, as human beings, are programmed to seek pleasure and avoid pain. Obviously, this experience has been painful for you, so you want to find a way to stop it. That is natural, like removing your hand when you burn it with something. Sometimes though, these feelings are actually opportunities for us to learn about ourselves, but they require us to sit in them rather than run away from them.

I've been through similar moments, it seems to me that they come and go. When everything I enjoy loses its meaning, in the past I thought "oh great, here I go with another depression." More recently, although I started

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We, as human beings, are programmed to seek pleasure and avoid pain. Obviously, this experience has been painful for you, so you want to find a way to stop it. That is natural, like removing your hand when you burn it with something. Sometimes though, these feelings are actually opportunities for us to learn about ourselves, but they require us to sit in them rather than run away from them.

I've been through similar moments, it seems to me that they come and go. When everything I enjoy loses its meaning, in the past I thought "oh great, here I go with another depression." More recently, however, I began to wonder if an ADHD mind is really at the center of this, for me. Then it would only make sense that I was really interested and motivated in something, and that I would naturally get over it and eventually tire myself out, needing some new stimulation. Imagine sitting down to eat, eating until you're full, and then deciding to help yourself to another plate because you really enjoyed the first one. In the depression narrative my thoughts would be "oh no, I don't enjoy eating this food anymore, I'm probably falling into a depression", in the ADHD narrative the thoughts are more like "oh me" I no longer enjoy this meal, maybe it's time for dessert or a drink ”. See how the history of ADHD still wants to search for that next exhilarating thing: I am still attached to the pursuit of pleasure, even when it is that process itself that causes me pain.

Now imagine the most logical narrative, “oh, I'm not enjoying this meal anymore, I must be full. Well, it was good while it lasted, I better thank the host ”. In this way, we can see that it is natural for life to come in phases and waves, and that we do not need to attach any personal history to it.

Of course, maybe none of this resonates with you, in which case I'd say this: I think boredom in everyday life can be a sign that we need to find our purpose. Now, personally, I am a bit suspicious of this story, because the idea of ​​"finding our purpose" seems like at some point there will be a Eureka moment, the angels will sing and we will have our purpose! But I don't think it needs to be clear, it can come in increments. I believe that the fundamental principle in finding a purpose in life is that you should serve others, not just yourself. So you could try volunteering locally, making time to visit an elderly man who may feel lonely, cooking for your parents, signing up for an online course that will get you started in a new direction. Etc etc.

I hope i'm insightful

I know telling you that it's normal probably won't help, but it's true that there is a season for everything. When you are about to transition to a new stage in life, in your case, adulthood and probably more education, work, new friends, you will most likely be unhappy in your current situation.

As soon as I read the question, I wondered how much time he spends in front of a screen. If you entertain yourself a lot, video games, text messages, Snapchat, YouTube, smartphone games, whatever, it WILL KILL your stamina and thirst for real life. The sooner you discipline yourself to save it

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I know telling you that it's normal probably won't help, but it's true that there is a season for everything. When you are about to transition to a new stage in life, in your case, adulthood and probably more education, work, new friends, you will most likely be unhappy in your current situation.

As soon as I read the question, I wondered how much time he spends in front of a screen. If you entertain yourself a lot, video games, text messages, Snapchat, YouTube, smartphone games, whatever, it WILL KILL your stamina and thirst for real life. The sooner you discipline yourself to save it and then save it for longer and longer periods of time, the easier it will become and the more you will become interested in other activities and find satisfaction in achieving your goals.

Going out is rejuvenating for me. It makes me want to connect with people, open curtains and windows…. If you're already out on the streets to play a particular sport, it's time to try something new. Learning something new, piano, tennis, another language, opens up new neural pathways in the brain. Create new growth.

If you talk to someone about your emptiness, and I think you should, it might reveal entirely new ideas or perspectives, as long as you know it is someone who knows how to listen, someone who will not be dismissive.

My favorite quote about getting up and going outside:

"I just went out for a walk and finally decided to stay outside until sunset, because going out, I found out, really was going in." John Muir, John of the Mountains

The great philosophers loved to walk and believed that they could not stay healthy or think freely otherwise: Kierkegaard, Nietzsche, Rousseau.

Below is John Muir, resting, probably somewhere in the Sierra Nevada mountains of California.

"And the things I dream of doing are out of my reach."

I think the solution comes with how you think about your future. It is very possible that those dreams are difficult or even impossible to realize today.

But thinking of them as out of reach could lead you to unconsciously believe that they will ALWAYS be out of reach. And when something is always out of reach, most people have no motivation to work towards it.

So I would recommend two things and work on both at the same time:

-Find more things you enjoy doing that won't move you toward your goal. Start spending at least an hour

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"And the things I dream of doing are out of my reach."

I think the solution comes with how you think about your future. It is very possible that those dreams are difficult or even impossible to realize today.

But thinking of them as out of reach could lead you to unconsciously believe that they will ALWAYS be out of reach. And when something is always out of reach, most people have no motivation to work towards it.

So I would recommend two things and work on both at the same time:

-Find more things you enjoy doing that won't move you toward your goal. Start spending at least an hour a week doing some of them, to regain a certain level of joy and reconnect with hobbies and do things that are of no use to anything other than enjoyment.

-Discover what skills you would need to learn, the resources you would need to have access to, the people you would need to find or work with as a team to build these dreams. Extend with as much detail as you can in about half an hour. (Make sure to include the timer and don't overdo it to avoid overthinking.)

Then spend 5 minutes taking a step that moves one of those forward. A step that advances your skills, resources or relationships to lead you towards that dream. And find out what is a unique action you could take for any of those three.

Then take that first step.

And if you get in the habit of taking those steps, week after week, month after month, you will eventually achieve those dreams.

Your desire to have it now is the only thing holding you back.

I may be reading too much about this, but just in case this speaks to you ...

In the classical world there was a term for this (which was later adopted by Christians) called acedia. It is quite loaded with meaning and, perhaps uselessly, manifests itself in many different ways, but some definitions may include restlessness, apathy, a "running away from oneself", a "lack of spiritual energy", or in the Christian understanding, a penalty". of the care of the own salvation ".

Definition of ACEDIA

Five cures for accession

I also know that it is a state of despair or an abandonment of hope for present or future joy.

If any of this f

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I may be reading too much about this, but just in case this speaks to you ...

In the classical world there was a term for this (which was later adopted by Christians) called acedia. It is quite loaded with meaning and, perhaps uselessly, manifests itself in many different ways, but some definitions may include restlessness, apathy, a "running away from oneself", a "lack of spiritual energy", or in the Christian understanding, a penalty". of the care of the own salvation ".

Definition of ACEDIA

Five cures for accession

I also know that it is a state of despair or an abandonment of hope for present or future joy.

If any of this sounds familiar, take heart. It is not the end and there is still a consolation to be found. But first I need to tell you this: despair, or this inescapable boredom, is an active state. Which means that it's not just something that happens to you, but something that you actively choose. But there is also the answer: it is a choice. You can still choose hope, joy, and adventure, even if you only start with the smallest options like waking up, having a good breakfast, and taking every step to school. One at a time. And choose not to give in to boredom.

However, these little choices won't last forever. Finally, you must make more important decisions and reflect on deeper and more fundamental questions, such as the meaning of life. Not just your life, but life. And how yours fits into everything. What (or who) gives it meaning? What is your purpose? Why does it matter?

So if you are in fact experiencing something like the above, you will need to face these questions head-on. If you feel comfortable trying, pray (to God loving you, listening to you right there, if you can). Give it your pure honesty or the best try you can do.

But, mind you, also pay attention to someone else's advice below and see if you would also benefit from the advice, as it is good to have a professional take care of your mental and emotional well-being. And cheer up.

I am the type of person who is rarely bored.

The only time I get bored is when I really don't feel like doing anything, not even the things I do when I have some free time (that is, the time when people usually get bored).

I even feel like doing something new when I have some free time and that made me an expert in many trades.

I dance, cook, draw, paint, sew, sing (very bad), clean, do things with waste, drive, do programming, learn new languages ​​(at least some words), bake, hairdresser, decorate, garden, read, etc. And there is still much to gain.

The need to try something new is very

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I am the type of person who is rarely bored.

The only time I get bored is when I really don't feel like doing anything, not even the things I do when I have some free time (that is, the time when people usually get bored).

I even feel like doing something new when I have some free time and that made me an expert in many trades.

I dance, cook, draw, paint, sew, sing (very bad), clean, do things with waste, drive, do programming, learn new languages ​​(at least some words), bake, hairdresser, decorate, garden, read, etc. And there is still much to gain.

The urge to try something new is very good, but as I have learned from experience, master at least one thing / skill. And then go ahead and explore other things.

You may not have found something that interests you so much that you can spend hours doing it. But eventually, try to do things more often to understand to what extent something interests you.

I'm the very talkative type of person, but there's one thing that can keep my mouth shut for hours. Drawing interests me a lot and I can just draw all day without talking to anyone.

So explore things a little deeper and find what catches your eye. And you will never get bored very quickly, as you will have something to do that you will love. :)

Tell me if that helps. :);)

What you just asked is a very common thought that is used often in different conversations. However, many times it is used only as a comment to life and not as a question that needs an answer.

However, I will try to answer the question today. If we think about our daily activities, one could agree with you that we have become an application powered with a program to perform certain activities that will be updated, updated and changed until we die.

However, now I am more interested in the journey you took to accomplish mundane tasks. Who did you make laugh today? What color was the sky at 6 in the afternoon?

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What you just asked is a very common thought that is used often in different conversations. However, many times it is used only as a comment to life and not as a question that needs an answer.

However, I will try to answer the question today. If we think about our daily activities, one could agree with you that we have become an application powered with a program to perform certain activities that will be updated, updated and changed until we die.

However, now I am more interested in the journey you took to accomplish mundane tasks. Who did you make laugh today? What color was the sky at 6 in the afternoon? What events can your memory capture and retain until you die? Like I went for a run at 6 in the morning and made a friend today. Wagging his tail he ran with a stick in his mouth, perhaps wanting to convince someone to play with him. Now my mundane routine suddenly took a dramatic turn and that's life.

Imagine this life as a 5 day vacation in an exotic location. Can you stay there for more than 5 days even if you want because maybe that is not enough? I'm not sorry. So what you will do is make the most of those 5 days. Create memories that you can remember during the stormy days afterward. Make friends, fall in love, break your heart, cry if necessary, learn and at the end of it all you will have a thousand memories and contempt while you finally sleep forever.

I wanted to end the dream part. It seems conclusive but anyway. I want to share a thought that helped in my life. When you are depressed and frustrated with life, your creativity is your greatest strength and your best friend.

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Let's start with clarifying the exact nature of your feelings, do you feel empty or do you feel bored? Or do you feel empty and bored? Or do you feel empty BECAUSE you are bored?

Either way, this is what to do when you sit down:

(a) Emptiness: the best way to deal with or mitigate a feeling of emptiness is to try to sensitize yourself. Try to feel love, happiness, or even sadness. Obviously easier said than done, but what I mean is doing things that are likely to make you feel the aforementioned emotions. Like listening to soulful music, reading a good book, or talking to your family friends.

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Let's start with clarifying the exact nature of your feelings, do you feel empty or do you feel bored? Or do you feel empty and bored? Or do you feel empty BECAUSE you are bored?

Either way, this is what to do when you sit down:

(a) Emptiness: the best way to deal with or mitigate a feeling of emptiness is to try to sensitize yourself. Try to feel love, happiness, or even sadness. Obviously easier said than done, but what I mean is doing things that are likely to make you feel the aforementioned emotions. Like listening to soulful music, reading a good book, talking to your family friends and other loved ones, watching a good movie, or just observing nature.

(b) Boring:

If you are bored with life, you probably have no ambitions and have accepted a vile stagnation, unconsciously, of course. So you need to see what drives or motivates you in life, find it, pursue it. Purpose is the essence of life, without it we are a tireless machine of incessant death wishes.

If you are bored these days: brother, what happens? Stop watching that Netflix series you're obsessed with and DO A LITTLE SHIZ.

Greetings❤️

Boring, in my world, is an indicator that you are not learning what you are here to learn at the pace and style that come naturally to you. If too many categories of your life are boring, create a boring individual (it is consistent in my work to see this).

How to change it: List all the important categories in your life (work, health, partner, child # 1, happiness, love, etc.). Determine which ones are boring or no longer vibrant. Rank them according to boredom (number 1 is the one that bores you the most). Start a plan to change the n. 1 and take the necessary daily steps.

Caution: I do not recommend any sudden reaction: how to quit smoking

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Boring, in my world, is an indicator that you are not learning what you are here to learn at the pace and style that come naturally to you. If too many categories of your life are boring, create a boring individual (it is consistent in my work to see this).

How to change it: List all the important categories in your life (work, health, partner, child # 1, happiness, love, etc.). Determine which ones are boring or no longer vibrant. Rank them according to boredom (number 1 is the one that bores you the most). Start a plan to change the n. 1 and take the necessary daily steps.

Caution: I don't recommend any sudden reaction - like quitting today because your # 1 boredom comes from work. Instead, the plan could include researching areas of personal interest, studying these areas, reaching out to someone to educate you, etc. Working in this JOURNAL is essential.

As for the human connection: this will easily happen without direct work in the area. You will find VERY interesting people who will thrill you again (even companions) when you move, learn and go smoothly along the way. Getting that rhythm will take a little time and dedication, but not much is worse than boredom.

I agree with what Sherman pointed out: stop looking for entertainment.

Engage your brain with something that is "interesting"; interesting becomes entertaining in its own way that is satisfying. If you have free time, visit this site:

Zooniverse The Zooniverse is the world's largest and most popular platform for human-driven research. Https://www.zooniverse.org/

Don't be intimidated by the word "research"; take half an hour to scroll through the site and its pages ... there is something for everyone. Better yet, the work you do is credited to you for that project or projects. Do you want to fill out a resume?

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