Box of Thoughts #7
I want to apologize for the inconsistency of my posting of late. I have been having an assortment of connectivity and technical problems. I just figure there is a reason for the delay I am not privy to yet!
- Why do most people apologize for crying?
This suggests that all these people believe that emotions are to be withheld not expressed. Too many of us were taught by example or words, or forced to believe that crying is a sign of weakness. Withholding emotions (repressing, suppressing, denying, or avoiding) is dangerous to your seven bodies of health.
Expressing your emotions is a sign of self-preservation, mental and emotional health, and knowing emotions must move out to maintain physical/vibrational health.
When we push through emotional pain we miss an opportunity to move it out of our physical/vibrational bodies. When we push through physical pain we miss the message it is sending us; our physical bodies are our emotional guidance systems.
Pain in any form is a message from our Higher Self to examine what we are doing or not doing, why we are doing it or not doing it and how we can do it. This is inspired; which in Latin, translates to “with spirit.”
- Dr. Weil presented a stress shortcut on the Dr. Ox Show. Conscious Breathing in a 4-7-8 count.
- In through the nose for a count of 4
- Hold for 7
- Exhale noisily through the mouth for 8.
Try it! Let me know how it works for you.
[Conscious Breathing in any pattern decreases stress because it brings you out of your thoughts and gives stress hormones a chance to subside.]
- Proof that we live in a vibratory universe: screws loosen without ever being touched. This reminds me of The Breakfast Club but instead of sharing that reference, I was brought to:
“What’s the ruckus?”
“Can you describe the ruckus?”
My friends and I enjoyed using the word ‘ruckus!’
For those of you who remember, I hope you get a smile or giggle.
For those of you who don’t, resurrect the word ‘ruckus!’ It’s fun!
- “You fight low self-esteem, you don’t give it the wheel!” from the movie How Do You Know? [This relates to an article I’m writing for lifehack about the reasons we make bad decisions.]
- How can a woman who claims to be a conflict-resolution expert working with at-risk teens NOT be able to manage her own daughter’s at-risk behaviors?
- She wants to be her friend.
- Fear of loss of love
- It takes work and her job probably drains her. It takes consistency/predictability, structure and enforcing boundaries/rules. It takes listening and attention.
May you perceive and receive all your blessings.
With Much Love,
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