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Feeling What You’re Feeling

by | Oct 26, 2017 | Uncategorized

Escaping our emotional experience is a full time job for many of us.  It’s not uncommon to spend a vast majority of our lives trying to stop ourselves from feeling what we’re feeling.

It’s exhausting!

But when we can let ourselves feel our emotions, we can cope with just about anything that life throws at us.

I sat down with the team from Uplift Connect recently to talk about the importance of feeling our emotions, and shared a simple way to feel your feelings.  Take a look.

I believe that feeling what you’re feeling is an essential skill for all human beings.  So if it feels right, I encourage you to try my suggestion from the interview.  It’s not enough to just think about it, you actually have to do it!

And if you’re like some more guidance, or would like to explore this further I recommend iRest Yoga Nidra, or getting in touch for counselling or coaching.

2 Comments

  1. Sharon

    Feel what you are feeling Potent. Xx grateful

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