One day you may feel on top of the world, almighty and powerful and the next day you’re on a rut feeling like s***.
Yes, that can happen and happens more often than any of us care to admit.
One of the most important problems with your emotions is that you identify with what you feel.
Just because you are feeling some negative emotion, you find a way to identify with this feeling (“I am a sad person”). If you feel sad, then your only choice is to stay in bed and feel miserable.
No one taught you how to handle it.
But emotions and feelings come and go. You are not your emotions or your feelings.
This doesn’t mean you should avoid those feelings and emotions or repress them back inside. Quite the opposite.
When you stop resisting those negative feelings and actually allow yourself to feel them – instead of avoiding them -, they will begin to be weaker. Especially when you experientially understand that they don’t define you.
You begin to understand them. So their power over you is greatly reduced.
They affect your behavior for two reasons:
1) Identification with them: “Just because I feel sad, I’m a sad person”
2) Resistance to them: whether by ignoring them or push through them, with something like the “Victorian Will” or simply fooling yourself. As Barney Stinson might say: “When I get sad, I stop being sad and be awesome instead”
Emotional work is needed in Charisma School and all kind of personal magnetism work.
Handling your emotions and feelings is a big part of inner power and don’t think for a second that you can work through subtle layer of tension or sexual energy, without handling these huge surface layers of emotional energy.
In other words, if you can’t handle the very noticeable emotions and feeling of your psyche, then you’ll have a huge difficulty in truly working with tension energy.
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