In a world where emotions are generally not understood and often frowned upon, those who are experiencing the Emotions of Grief have been at a significant disadvantage from the onset.
|Your Grief Emotions|
- Your emotions are spontaneous reactions to the death of your loved one. They are not bad or wrong, or a sign of weakness. They are inner expressions of your feelings about this loss.
- While you may become very good at repressing the symptoms of emotions, you cannot consciously control or tell emotions to vanish with affirmations or mind control.
- You can however work with emotions quite easily, to completely and permanently release any emotion and its impact.
- Because people don’t understood their emotions, or known how to deal with them effectively, the norm has been to do whatever you can to repress and silence them.
- When emotions are not dealt with at the time of their occurrence, they are stored inside, ready to combine and strengthen the next emotion. This is why your emotions are far stronger and more painful than they need be. They are not the emotions of this one incidence, they are a combination of all incidences.
- Our storage bin of repressed emotions does fill up and overflow. This is why you suddenly burst into tears at the most surprising and inconvenient times. You are full of emotional pain.
- When we learn how to stop avoiding our emotions, we can allow them freedom to be experienced at the time of their occurrence, and then completely release these emotions and their residual impact.
- We can access our overflowing storage bin of emotion and pain and empty it, so that we no longer feel the heaviness of grief.
- Our actions can either heighten or reduce our emotional distress. For example, we can organize and control mind chatter and fears, reducing the subsequent emotions that these activities create.
Grief and loss is an emotional experience, yet we can understand and manage the process to make it far easier on ourselves.
Janet Greene’s Personal Goal
As a release facilitator, I feel the sadness of each person I work with who has lost a loved one. They are absolutely filled with pain and heartache, and it is as though they send it out in a silent prayer as they search for relief.
That’s why Heal Your Pain is so important to me personally. I want grieving people everywhere to know that there is another way for them to grieve and heal from their loss. They do not have to live in this pain – they can let it go and still honor their loved one.
|Are you Heartbroken by Grief?|
Are you devastated after the loss of a loved one?
Confused by overwhelming emotions and strange symptoms?
Searching for a way to heal and recover?
Ready to let go of the pain?
Heal Your Pain, our Personal Grief Handbook might just be the help you have been searching for. Read more about this remarkably effective and practical recovery guide here: Heal Your Pain: Releasing the Emotions of Grief & Loss