CranioSacral therapy treatments

Emotions - How To Understand, Identify Release Your Emotions

What Are Emotions – Feelings?

Emotions are men or women’s warning systems as to what is actually going on around him/her. Emotions are our most trustworthy gauge of how things are happening on in human lives. Emotions keep us on the right track by making sure that we are led by more than the mental/intellectual faculties of thoughts, perceptions, reasons and memories. Emotions control our thinking, behavior & actions. Emotions affect our physical bodies as much as our body affects our feelings & thinking. Person who avoid, decline, crush their emotions, are setting themselves up for physical illness. Emotions which are not touch & discharged but concealed within the body or in the character can make you serious ill, including cancer, arthritis, and many typical chronic diseases. Negative emotions like fear, anxiety, negativity, frustration & depression cause chemical reactions in our body that are different from the chemicals discharged when we feel positive emotions such as happy, satisfied, loved, accepted.

How We Repress Emotions

When we have an happening & we find painful or difficult, and are either unable to manage with the pain, or anxious of it, we often reject this emotion & either get ourselves busy, exercise more, drink or eat a bit more, or assume that it has not happened. When we do this we do not feel the emotion and this develop in repressed, suppressed or buried emotions. These buried feelings hold in our muscles, ligaments, stomach, midriff and character. These emotions remain hidden within us until we carry those emotions up, experience and releasing it. Emotions that are buried on the long-term are the emotions that normally cause physical illness.

Symptoms of Repressed Emotions

Repressions of emotions take a lot of energy to keep these emotions repressed & buried. If we keep our emotions deeply buried for a long time, we lower our overall oscillations, & lower oscillations are a starter to illness. These buried emostions also increased our ageing process. Buried emotions develop fatigue & depression. Following are some major symptoms of buried and repressed emotions in us.

  • Fatigue
  • Depression without an apparent cause
  • Speaking of issues/interests rather than personal matters and feelings
  • Pretending something doesn’t matter when inside it does matter
  • Rarely talking about your feelings
  • Blowing up over minor incidents
  • Walking around with a knot in your stomach or tightness in your throat
  • Feeling your anger not at the time something happens but a few days later
  • In relationships, focusing discussions on children/ money rather than talking about yourselves
  • Difficulty talking about yourself
  • Troubled personal relationships with family, friends, acquaintances
  • A lack of ambition or motivation
  • Lethargic – who cares - attitude
  • Difficulty accepting yourself and others
  • Laughing on the outside while crying on the inside

How to Release Emotions

Don’t be afraid of your emotions. Do not fight with your emotions or try to escape from them or blocking. Try to welcome your emotions, always be with them, regardless of what they are. We were born with all emotions. Emotions are neither good or bad, they just are emotions. Emotions depleted & slowly vanished if you feel them. Just shut your eyes & try to feel them as deeply as you can feel. Since emotions have come to the outer, identified and you are feeling them, now work on to own them and release.

Once you identified a particular emotion you will at this time decide how to proceed in dealing with this particular emotion. These are the few questions you can ask yourself when deciding what response would suit a particular situation best & each emotion.

  • Am I reacting to this situation or is this reaction partially a reaction to a past situation as well?
  • Am I able to discuss the issues with the person without venting anger?
  • Will I be able to talk about how I feel to the person?
  • Is a direct approach the best way to proceed?
  • What are the consequences of dealing directly with the person/ situation?
  • What do I expect from this discussion?
  • Are my expectations realistic?
  • Should I discuss this with someone before doing anything?

By asking the above questions you will be deciding whether a direct approach is the best approach, and if so if you are ready do this at the present time. If your anger is at a “rage” stage, you need to release some of this anger before proceeding to discuss this with anyone.

Callback for Body work Therapy
Quantum Healing is a complete natural process of healing which involves various breathing and body awareness therapies. This is a hand on healing technique in India which connects the vibes of the patient and practitioner in order to heal Read More...

Meditation Registration
Dr Sandeep Bhasin