Controlling your emotions means controlling your emotions. That’s when you avoid dealing with what you’re really feeling. Do you fear that you may appear weak or prefer to keep your emotions to yourself to avoid discomfort? Here are 7 tips for
what you resist lasts
There are parts that are trying to protect you. They can manifest in all sorts of weird and wonderful ways. Bottling emotions and procrastination are just a few of the many obvious ways these parts mistakenly try to protect us. You can turn the bottle into a decision and open a dialogue with these parts of yourself.
bring suppressed emotions to the surface
Deeply held emotions such as sadness, fear, depression, grief, anger, and frustration that have been repressed from previous experiences may surface for no apparent reason. Repressed memories and other memories may come to the surface in order to heal the body and mind. You may also feel empty and lonely.
As unpleasant emotions and thought patterns from your shadow self enter your consciousness, simply observe and experience them so as not to get too caught up in them. Think of this process as a train where each carriage is marked with an emotion such as sadness or thoughts of self-invalidation.
A train is coming through your consciousness, so don’t stop it or get in any of the cars, just keep going. Acknowledge them, then let them go.
Journaling is as simple as recording your gut feelings, instincts, intuitions, or impressions about life experiences in a notebook. Writing in your journal in as little as 10 minutes can be a daily practice.
Journaling is for those who want to discover their inner wisdom. You can write a diary even if you have no writing experience. It is a creative and therapeutic source of self-expression.
Breathing regulates body and mind
By controlling your breathing, you can interrupt and redirect the flow of your emotions. Breathing oxygenates the blood and releases endorphins in the brain. By triggering the body’s relaxation response, deep abdominal breathing can help reduce blood pressure and feelings of trauma. It also helps build a better immune system and release stress hormones from the body. .
Try it: While sitting or lying down, take 30 to 40 conscious, full breaths. Inhale fully into your belly and chest and release without straining. After you have exhaled your last breath, exhale and hold your breath as long as you can without discomfort. Listen to your body and don’t overdo it.
Before rising from the breathing exercises, bring your awareness to your thought process and bring up an empowering thought, such as, “I feel happy, healthy, and strong.” notice how it feels.
If you feel an inner resistance to your intentions, keep breathing without holding your breath until you feel harmony in your mind and body.
Nourish a small morning practice to reconnect with yourself
Don’t bend over and check your phone as soon as you wake up in the morning. Put your hand on your heart and feel the love. Write down a gratitude list, then write down your intentions for the day, or five things that will change your life.
Through meditation we can experience the quiet self beyond thoughts and feelings. This is the internal reference point for equilibrium. Mornings are often considered the best time to meditate as the mind is quieter. Morning meditation sets a calm and productive tone before the day’s activities and distractions begin. find your way Sit up straight.
Just focus on your breath and clear your mind. When a lot of things come to mind, just observe them and don’t get hung up on them. It comes for a reason and you can start letting it go.
move your body
Exercise impacts the brain to reduce anxiety, promote better sleep, creativity and resilience.
When we dance, we not only move our bodies, but we can move the emotions within us and get different sensations. Somatic healing works on this principle.
Try Reiki or Energy Healing Modalities
Reiki is my passion. Reiki is an energy healing technique that promotes relaxation and reduces stress and anxiety with a gentle touch. The word Reiki comes from the words “rei” meaning universal life and “ki” meaning energy. This means that Reiki helps heal an individual’s life force energy. Reiki energy helps bring awareness and healing to our imbalances.
Everyone has the ability to connect with their own healing energy and use it to enhance their own energy and help others. Promotes a healing environment on all levels, mental and emotional.
The session is comfortable and calm. A great tool to introduce into your life.
Sophie Elliott is a wellbeing and Reiki expert and founder of Present Beings, a wellbeing subscription box company. Find out more at www.present-beings.com