It starts like this: “Doctor I am sick, sometimes I am very happy but then sometimes I am intensely depressed and suicidal.” The doctor’s response to this is to suggest exercise, a change of diet and if these don’t work anti-depressant drugs that attempt to change the chemistry of the brain.
Then the Doctor should teach the patient basic meditation and recommend various practices that will help the patient to mature emotionally to the point where they are comfortable and accepting of the realities of life. The Doctor will also point out the great rewards of these practices, the rewards being: inner peace, inner bliss, acceptance and an increased sense of love, wisdom and humour, he will be able to do this because as a Doctor he himself should have mastered these things.
To make money you must continuously lose money in appropriate proportion to the amount you want to make. To be famous you must accept the exact amount of rejection. All beautiful flowers have their roots in shit. To be strong you must tear muscle. To hit a home run you must strike out many times. Pleasure is the absence of pain, loss the absence of gain, praise is the opposite of blame and infamy the absence of fame.