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Have you ever wondered how to let go of difficult emotions? This emotion may be showing up again and again when you try to release it. Maybe you do not know where to start when it comes to releasing emotions, or have never tried to do this before.
These four steps have worked in helping me to let go of any emotion. If you would like to work on releasing some emotions, I recommend sitting in meditation to do this, or getting out some paper and a pen to write about the emotion using these steps. Let’s get started!
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Moon in Scorpio is encouraging old wounds to resurface.
This is calling us to dig deep beneath the surface to old patterns or hurts you may feel. It may feel as if this old hurt is happening now, you are revisiting a time when it was real for you. These emotions may be keeping you back from going into the next level in your life.
What’s important is allowing yourself to slow down and feel these emotions if you feel the need to speed through it. If you feel yourself slowing down because of it, realize that emotions are just experiences, you can let them go after they have served their purpose.
Releasing resistance will be helpful.
The flow is heading into the next stage of our lives, if we resist what needs to happen along the way it can be harder for us to get to this next stage. What’s real for us right now is in the present moment. Holding onto things and comparing ourselves with others isn’t going to help us in the long run. Be willing to go deep and experience what’s real– staying present through the hurt will help you to be present when the pain ends and more light comes.
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On the last day of my yoga teacher training, we gave our final presentations. In the first half, we presented a yoga sequence. For the second half, we talked about our experiences through the teacher training. I was the last one to present– I was so anxious about presenting, everyone before me had gone and done a fabulous job. After I had started presenting, I was crying and way too nervous, I couldn’t follow my notes. It was embarrassing! I couldn’t believe I couldn’t even get through my presentation without having a hard time. I was never good at speaking in front of people, and I was living in my fear with everyone watching me– Crying in front of a group of people. Continue reading “Emotional Healing Through Yoga”
Last week, I was in a slump for a few days. I was not in the love vibration during this time, nowhere even close to it. I had fallen into patterns of fear and holding resentment towards nearly every area of my life. It was too exhausting to leave my room at times, and I was crying most of the day. How could I let myself get to this point? I thought I was strong, I knew how to get my vibration higher, but I suddenly had no motivation to do so. I thought I could not fall as far as I did. But I let myself fall. My mind wanted to stay in the loops and cycles of fear. How could I come back to love? How could I come back to that light-hearted feeling I once knew so well? Continue reading “How to Save Yourself”
Life is not about staying in the vibration of love all the time. It’s about learning to come back to love. No one is perfect. We’re all perfectly imperfect. This week was a bit challenging emotionally for me. I wasn’t always in the vibration of love. I wasn’t always seeing the best in others. But the lesson for me at this time was to come back to myself. Release all expectations of what I’m “supposed to be doing” and simply step into being.
It’s ok to take a break.
How to be Present
More than anything, I have found that meditation is the best in bringing me to the present moment. Meditation has been proven to decrease physical pain and anxiety. But, what exactly is meditation? It’s a technique used to attain a state of consciousness that’s different from the waking state.
Meditation is focused attention on something. Many people use the breath as their “anchor” for meditation. The joy that comes from meditation is everlasting in our lives. Meditation also leads to being non-reactive to our emotions and thoughts. How do we get to this place of non-reactivity in our lives? Continue reading “Meditation and You”