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What does Judaism have to say about a soul/spirit that seems depleted?

I’ve been looking for this but can’t seem to find anything

it’s not a depression. For the longest time, I didn’t have a lot of resources or support around me, so I’d continuously draw from my inner self > the part of you no one can touch.

Now, I’m in a much better place, but was speaking with my psychologist, and she’s mentioned a few times that I’m just tired… like, I’m doing everything on the outside and going ahead with it etc, but on the inside, I’m just tired of taking care of myself

I realised, she’s right. I’m active, I have determination and am goal-oriented – but I don’t have any vitality anymore.

I want to know how to rest and replenish this deeper part of myself that I’ve leaned on so heavily for so long, to pull me through.

I always believed that the spirit and the soul cannot be exhausted, since their eternal.

I just don’t know how else to describe it. I normally turn to chabad.org for any advice, but I’m at a loss at the moment…

Would anyone know what this is called, and where I can go for some insight/advice?

Thank you.

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