Have you ever thought about how your body communicates with you?
Are you even aware that your body communicates with you?
Do you listen?
If you have then you may have realised that it is through your e-motions which then create feelings or sensations that flow through you. Sometimes we ignore these feelings, push them aside to deal with later or not at all.
So what happens in our body when we feel “good” ?
Just close your eyes and think about it now….think about something that you love to do, someone who you love, or remember a time when you were truly happy……..that feels wonderful doesn’t it?
Your body tingles, it feels alive, open and flowing.
This is our natural state.
When we are in this state we attract all the good things into our life. This is when our body can function at its optimum and maintain health.
When we feel “good” everything around us seems to be good.
We look at things from a happy, connected point of view.
What happens in our body when we feel “bad”?
Just for a minute, we wont let the momentum build up, think about something that makes you feel sad, angry, scared or resentful….. now, that doesn't feel so good does it?
How does your body feel now?
Heavy? shut down?
When we allow these negative feelings into our body we stop the flow, we stop the natural rhythm and halt the body’s natural functions.
We find that when we feel “bad” nothing seems to go right for us.
We look at things from a conflicting, disconnected point of view.
What is your usual state?
Lots of us find that we get drawn into the negativity around us on a daily basis.
We read the newspapers, watch the news several times a day, spend time on social media sites looking at posts telling us about all the things we ought to be afraid of, or spend time in the company of people who complain a lot.
How to avoid these situations.
We can’t be happy and feel good all the time, can we?
That’s up to us. We have a choice in everything.
Even in the worst situations we can, if we choose, find something to make us feel better about it all.
It’s our choice.
That may sound flippant to some of you as we all have sad or challenging things that occur in our life.
I am NOT saying that you will not feel bad about them. What I am saying is that if you choose to hold on to the bad feeling it will become easier to feel bad about other things around you
…..whatever it takes
LET IT GO!
find something, ANYTHING that makes you feel even just a little bit grateful, appreciative or joyful and focus on it until that feeling grows.
My challenge to those of you who are up for it is to notice what your body is telling you.
Over the next week notice how you react to different people and situations.
Do you spend more time in a heavy body or a light body?
What feels better to you?
Let me know how you get on, and remember…. you always have a choice!
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Linda Ledwidge -
Qualified General Nurse
Certified Practioner Level IV
Emotion Code Certified