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Nothing was ever enough: not enough success, fame, money, adulation, creativity, or productivity. Through those years, I continually tried to bury my depression and anxiety with work, success, money, stuff, women, alcohol, partying, etc, but none of it worked—at least not for long.
This pattern perilously played out until it was significantly altered upon falling in love with my wife. The second of which led to me speaking of and dealing with, for the first time in my life, the sexual abuse I experienced as a child.
This turned out to be a line in the sand: life before and life after disclosing the truth that I had been holding inside of me for 22 years.
Early on in this healing process, I called my therapist and asked if he could prescribe me some medication for my depression and anxiety.
He said that he could but wanted me to first understand that taking pills would not heal in any way what I was going through. He said that it may mask it for a period of time, and then when you stop taking the pills, all of your trauma and pain will be there where you left it, waiting for you.
I decided not to take any medication. Either way, I place absolutely no judgement upon whichever healing choices one makes. This winding road of healing has led me to Yoga, extensive Therapy, daily Meditation, voluminous volumes of Spiritual Text, leaving the entertainment business, moving to the most isolated land mass on earth, speaking my truth to the world, changing my life and perspective on it completely and ultimately, healing my depression.
I believe that all of us go through experiences in our lives that we have to survive and in order to survive them, we manifest armor to protect ourselves.
Because we were traumatized by what we survived, most of us understandably hold onto that armor with white knuckles even though some deep aspect of ourselves recognizes that it is no longer working the way that it used to.
In my case, that original source was the experience of and hiding of my child sexual abuse by a man that I loved.
Once I jumped into the healing of that with everything I had, my world began to change. I have found that the only way to the other side of the river, is through it.
There are no shortcuts. We have to trench through the muck, for as long as it takes, in order to reach the dry sunny bank of our true-self. The good news is, no matter how long the trenching takes, that dry sunny bank of our true-self will lie in wait.
It is not going anywhere. On a cloudy day, the sun remains beaming above the clouds. The following is my personal recipe for the healing of my depression.
Your recipe will of course be different, but maybe some of the ingredients will be the same. Particularly E.
And Somatic Experiencing. Particularly Vedic Meditation. Healthy eating. Vulnerable communication with and listening to those I love.
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Male, female, son, daughter, sibling, friend, boyfriend, girlfriend, child, teenager, adult, bachelor, serial monogamist, spouse, parent, professional, loser, winner, victim, victor, and on and on.
Throughout the course of our lives, there are countless roles we play and each one tends to dictate that we present a certain version of ourselves to the world: a version that we or the world deem as appropriate or expected.
This can leave us feeling restricted and disconnected as we try to decipher what aspects of ourselves we can or cannot reveal within the confines of each role.
Sometimes we are able to redefine a role but then there we are again within the boundaries of that new definition. We tend to believe that some combination of these roles does or will define who we are, yet that winning combination never ceases to transform.
Yet, no matter how hard we try, the parts never seem to add up to a whole. Have you ever become so intensely identified with a role, that if that role was threatened, you felt as though you would cease to exist?
Yet, if that role was extinguished, although possibly terrifying and painful for a time, maybe you eventually found that you still existed?
Maybe you felt a bit or maybe even a lot relieved to be free of the now revealed limited confines of that role? Maybe you were then able to see things that were previously obstructed from view?
Maybe you were then free to imagine infinite possibilities for yourself and the world again, rather than just one or a few? Maybe you realized that the previous role may have once been relevant in your life but had actually ceased to be so for quite some time and was in fact impeding your evolution?
Maybe you pondered that if you no longer believed, as you once so intensely did, that that role defined who you are, maybe who you are is beyond any role that you could ever play?
Maybe you ruminated on how defining yourself by any particular role, no matter how grand, might be to diminish the unimaginable vastness of who you truly are?
To be clear, roles can contain many positive aspects to them, such as motivating us to get out into the world and make a positive contribution.
Yet what I have found to be limiting is to constrain ourselves, to define ourselves solely by any one or combination of roles as it can close our eyes, ears and hearts to the evolutionary guidance and callings that do not emanate from or fit neatly inside of any of them.
No role can ever explain, define or contain the infinite, ever changing explanation of who you are and who you can be.
What if, like the changing of the weather, we could frictionlessly float between roles, engaging completely in all that we choose, yet holding tightly onto none of them?
What if we could cease to define ourselves by anything other than our infinite potential? Then, upon releasing ourselves of those chains, what if we could also do that for our perspective on another?
The ripple effect could be a powerful one. Hence, speech is a major force in the manifestation of our internal and external lives.
Yet regularly, either out of fear, anger, jealousy, manipulation or a poor attempt at humor, we say things that we do not mean, believe to be true, or want in our lives.
This becomes problematic when we try to use our speech for conscious manifestation of something that we actually want in our lives.
One of the most common misuses of speech that most of us are prone to, as it is quite normalized in our society, is sarcasm. Sarcasm Cambridge Dictionary.
Remarks that mean the opposite of what they say, made to criticize someone or something in a way that is amusing to others but annoying to the person criticized.
Sarcasm Merriam Webster Dictionary. A sharp and often satirical or ironic utterance designed to cut or give pain. Sarcasm is one of the lowest forms of humor.
This can be quite uncomfortable, frustrating and can make them, or at least their word, hard to trust. Below is my personal directive, which I am not perfect at implementing in any way but when I do, there is a lot less confusion and friction in my life and a lot more conscious creation of what my heart truly desires.
Personally, whenever I find myself operating at a low emotional frequency: sad, depressed, irritated, impatient, angry, jealous, or judgmental, I can bet that I have allowed myself to slip into a victim state of consciousness.
I then re-introduce all of the beliefs and practices that keep me healthy, inspired, grateful, and energized and even before I take any direct action toward the circumstances or people that I thought were at fault, my experience begins to change.
Thereupon, if I still feel it is necessary, I am able to take action accordingly towards shifting my circumstances, yet now I am able to act from a place of inner sufficiency, fulfillment, confidence, gratitude and surrender.
Before long, what transpires is frictionless effort, flow, abundance, reciprocity and progressive change. Sometimes we can let what was once a source of joy, become a source of stress.
In my life, I let that happen with dance. But often, the thing, circumstance or person we believe is responsible for our stress is actually not to blame.
What's to blame is our own non-acceptance and resistance to the thing, circumstance or person. As it turned out, only once I let dance and my understanding of it go, once I surrendered it completely, could dance and I fall in love again.
Rigid ideas as to who and what we are supposed to be and do. Surrender often gets a bad wrap, being associated with giving up, giving in, weakness or being taken advantage of.
Yet over the years my understanding and experience of surrender has expanded immensely. Maintaining desire and preference, yet releasing rigid attachment to a particular outcome.
Surrender does not mean we release effort, it means we release our addiction to struggle. There is a walking Labyrinth that I like to visit from time to time.
The pebble path ahead is narrow and complex. Along the journey there are a few internal behaviors I often notice, such as, my trying to speed though it and get to the finish line.
When I become conscious of this urge, I try to slow down significantly, even to a pace that makes me a bit uncomfortable at first, which offers me the opportunity to become more acutely aware of my body and my surroundings.
I then often catch myself trying to look ahead and map out the route, which is always futile. By about half-way through, I sometimes question if I am covering ground that I already have.
Only to remember that the zigzag design of the path repeatedly brings me back to areas I have previously covered, yet not exactly the same spot, but one isle over, about one foot to the right or left from where I once was.
Lessons abound. I find that the microcosm often, if not always, reflects the macrocosm. The only constant is change. Although maybe not as expeditious as we would prefer, there has been progress.
Yet, if you step far enough back, you will see that all of this apparently unruly movement is still, overtime, moving us forward. There are still aspects of them for us to rumble with, to process, understand, learn and grow from.
Although, the greater our level of awareness and our understanding as to the mechanics of progressive change, the more we can expedite the process.
Most of us are on the run: running out of time, out of chances, away from our thoughts, emotions, and fears, running from love, pain, trauma, shame, responsibility, failure, success, lies, truth, and ultimately ourselves.
Wherever we try to run away to: another job, friend, lover, obsession, device, drug, alcohol, food, house, state, or country, there it is, waiting for us.
I started running when I was about seven years old. I now had a secret to keep and a lie to uphold and therefore my life could no longer be innocent, authentic and improvisational.
In hindsight, If I was to sit still for too long, maybe the confusion, hurt, fear, and ultimately the truth, would catch up to me.
So, this running took many forms throughout my teens and twenties. As soon as you hit that one down, two others pop up, and as the game advances, the Moles keep popping up faster and faster until you can barely manage.
This was akin to my emotional experience: fear, push it down, sadness, push it down, anxiety and anger, push them down, and faster and faster until the pace became so rapid that I eventually fell into complete nervous breakdowns.
The time to run, was up. It is time for you to stop, look, listen and speak. Seven years ago today, I finally stopped running away.
As terrifying as it was, once I surrendered to being with my fear, anxiety, depression and trauma, they turned out not to be fatal. Once I gave them my full attention, they slowly started to change, soften, slow down, and shrink.
They then started to teach me about the deepest parts of myself and therefore, humanity. They turned out to actually, at their core, all be motivated by love: for me, my family and friends, and for life itself.
Along this journey, E. I have learned that not all running is bad, the question is, are we running away or running towards?
Instead of running from fear, we can run towards it. Instead of running from love, we can run towards it.
Instead of running from life, we can run towards it, into it and with it. Everything that we run from contains infinite wisdom for us, if we could only stop, look and listen.
Believe me, I still find myself running at times, but thankfully it never lasts for too long anymore. Running away is a race we cannot win.
Running towards ends the race and begins the dance. I am hopeful for your continued healing; for the possibility of a deeper capacity for compassion, empathy and love after the monumental rebuilding of one's own heart.
Together, we stand. I am sorry for the confusion, fear, sadness, heartbreak, depression, anger, helplessness, guilt, and isolation you may have felt or may currently feel in relation to your loved one's experience of child abuse and correlated symptoms.
Alternatively, I am infinitely grateful for the unconditional love and support you may be able to provide to your loved one.
Believe me, it makes all the difference in the world. We must stand together, listen to survivors, help in the healing, and above all else, protect our children.
Because if not us, who? If not now, when? We are the answer we've been looking for. What if there is nobody and no being that you ever have to prove anything to?
What if no one ever actually does anything from a place of absolutely understanding or knowing they are wrong? What if from day one of our lives, and every day since, no matter what we have done, we are enough and worthy?
What if we never placed upon anyone, no matter who they are, the impossible task and burden of making us happy? What if the source of creativity, love, forgiveness, hope and joy is absolutely inexhaustible?
What if all of life was never, is not and will never be a competition? It absolutely concerns children but should only be taken in by a minor of a certain age under the guidance of a parent or mindful guardian.
If you are under 18, please take this seriously. I wanted to share an important part of my healing journey with you.
But even more important than myself, James and Michael Jackson, is that our story is, in many ways, akin to most child abuse survivor's stories.
Child sexual abuse is unfortunately not something that only happened back then, or over there, but is happening here and now, in the entertainment business, our schools, churches, neighborhoods and everywhere.
The film is 4-hours and airs in 2 parts. Part 1 on Sunday, Part 2 on Monday. Read more about it all, the airing schedule, and watch the trailer HERE.
So be aware that it may be quite difficult to take in and possibly triggering, especially for survivors.
Take care of yourself accordingly. Please take a moment to check it out. You can sign up for a free online trial of HBO Streaming.
Click HERE. These are the statistics of boys and girls that are sexually abused as children. Child sexual abuse can only happen in darkness and silence.
The question is not, how famous can I become? The questions are, what will I do with that power? Am I going to contribute something negative or positive to the world?
Social media, for example, can either be a dangerous addiction we use to try and find self-worth, to numb, to disseminate lies, hate, judgement, to perpetuate nonsense and spread fear.
Or we can use it as a mechanism to proliferate truth, love, progressive ideas, creativity, hope, equality, awareness of social injustice, charity, community mobilization, you name it.
Why would we choose to amplify negativity in the world when each and every one of us is affected by it? Because each and every one of us benefits from it.
And how can we do it not by preaching from some moral high ground, but by humbly sharing our questions, experiences, knowledge, ideas and dreams in a way that acknowledges, includes and supports all of humanity?
Often, our hopes and dreams for the new year are quite externally focused, such as on career, finances, acquisition, etc.
This is not necessarily a bad thing but can be troublesome if not balanced out with internal goals. The funny thing about external goals is that whether we know it or not, what they are actually about is trying to achieve internal goals of happiness, peace, fulfillment, and worthiness via external means.
Unfortunately, this method rarely produces promising or sustainable results. What if we decide that is going to be the greatest year of our life so far?
The happiest, healthiest, most purposeful, meaningful, and most fun yet. What if this is the year we start eating and exercising as though our body was a temple?
What if this is the year we treat ourselves and others with kindness, appreciation and love? What if this is the year we decide to speak our truth, with mindfulness yet unapologetically?
What if this is the year we reach out and try to find common ground with those we feel we have absolutely nothing in common? What if we decide first that we are worthy, we are good enough, we belong, and then we take action, rather than trying to acquire those feelings in response to action?
What if gratitude was the beginning, middle and end touchstones of every day? What if those were the foundational goals? Then, I believe, the bi-product is that the external success we also wish for would be a natural outpouring of all of the above.
Wishing you health, peace, love and the revelation of your fulfillment. I feel as though we are conditioned to be more and more externally focused as we grow older.
Most of us keep trying to import our fulfillment and our happiness from the outside in, but the way it truly flows is that via doing the internal work to realize completely that we are already fulfilled, we are already enough, we are already lovable, we can then export our fulfillment, happiness and love into our work, into our relationships, and into our financial activities.
Our internal life is then not dependent upon the inevitable ups and downs of our external life but rather our external life is dependent upon how diligently we focus on taking care of our internal life.
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The job led to others for artists such as Britney Spears. Clients were sometimes reluctant to take direction from Robson, a self-described "skinny little white kid".
During the late s, while still a teenager, Robson choreographed Spears's Pepsi commercials, including one which aired during the Super Bowl. Dance clothing company Power T Dance developed a line of name-brand consumer dance shoes with Robson.
The shoes were distributed in the U. The performance was lauded by the show's executive producer Nigel Lythgoe , who called it "absolutely genius, brilliant, and one of those routines that we will remember on this series for a very long time.
When asked about working on the tour, Robson said, "My wife and I are co-writing it and designing it. I'll choreograph probably a third of it and I'll hire other choreographers for different sections.
We're in the midst of that. Spears's representatives explained that Robson was only hired to choreograph the promotional tour for Circus , which ended in Japan in December Robson choreographed the animated feature film Happy Feet Two , released in He originally was set to direct Step Up Revolution released in , but dropped out of the project for personal reasons.
He was replaced by Scott Speer. Brandi states in the online Leaving Neverland counter-documentary Neverland Firsthand: Investigating the Michael Jackson Documentary , that Robson and she met as children during a photoshoot with her uncle; Robson became attracted to Brandi and then asked Jackson to set the two up.
The two were friends for ten years prior to the beginning of their relationship. Brandi also states that Robson cheated on her with Britney Spears during the latter's — tour,  ending the pair's relationship, as well as the relationship between Spears and former boyfriend, Justin Timberlake ;  implying that Timberlake wrote "Cry Me a River" about Spears cheating on him with Robson.
Robson also dated dancer Mayte Garcia from until When Robson was five years old, he met Michael Jackson, who was touring Australia. In ,  Robson stated that Jackson had sexually abused him on two visits to the US and after he moved with his family to the US, when Robson was aged between seven and From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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