I am in my early twenties and on the surface have a lovely life. I have a good job, beautiful wife, nice car and big home. I have every reason to be happy, but I am quite stressed.
The reason for my stress is that I feel lost in this world and I have crazy thoughts and questions. I want to know why people blink, how we think, how we see and why we can only see ourselves when we look in a mirror. Why is it that when I read I hear the words in my head without saying them out loud?
I have all these questions and they are taking over when I just want to live and have fun like my mates. I want to be a good husband and provider, but it feels like the more questions I ask, the more stressed out I get.
How do I stop these thoughts? I am supposed to see a psychologist to get some help. What do I tell the psychologist?
This is the sixth day of Dash Lakshan Parva or Paryushan Parva.
This day requires followers to raise above the senses so that
we can accept and defend all living beings as part of an inclusive spirit.
I have been told by two different mediums and a spiritual healer that I am able to do what they do. I have always felt that I am here for more than what I do now, and I want to do more. I now have so many questions, but I am struggling to find the answers. This is frustrating because I don't want my gift to go to waste because I am not doing the right things.
One of the main questions that the Church of England seems to be grappling with – or at least those questions that got the headlines – are around whether women and gay men are good enough in the eyes of God to become bishops.