Stress is a part of life. There are good stresses like moving, starting a business or getting married. There are negative stresses like losing a loved one, divorce or sitting in rush hour traffic.
Though we are not immune to stress, we can control how it affects us. We can use helpful tools to work through and release stressful situations or we can let it build up damaging our health and over well-being. The choice is ours!
I work with people using the Emotion Code to release trapped emotions from past experiences that have been negatively affecting their health, relationships, finances and other areas of their lives. The results are amazing!
How great would it be if we’d address the emotions connected to stressful situations right away so they don’t get trapped in our subconscious negatively affecting our lives.
Here are some suggestions for letting go of stress:
1 – Feel the emotion – stuffing down the emotions without recognizing what you’re feeling is how they get trapped.
2 – Process the emotions through prayer, journaling, talking with a friend, pastor, counselor, someone you trust – do what works for you to work through the emotions and situations you’re facing.
3 – Let it go – after processing you can let it go, release the emotions or events that happened. If it’s a big event, such as a death, it may take a longer process of grieving. However, no matter what has caused you stress in your life, there should be a time of recognizing the emotions you feel, working through them and releasing them.
Please note: If you are having trouble letting go of negative emotions or events that have happened in your life, ask yourself if you’ve forgiven those involved or people involved in similar situations in the past.
If you are having trouble letting go and you’ve forgiven those in your present and past concerning those emotions, you may have trapped emotions that are keeping you stuck. You can contact me or another Emotion Code Practitioner to complete some sessions of emotional release.
Here are some of my favorite ways to reduce the effects of stress:
- Walking outside
- Laughter… get with some friends or watch a good comedy
- Listen to a positive message
- Get a massage
- Eat healthy, whole foods
- Get plenty of sleep
- Take an epsom salt bath with lavender oil
- Start a new hobby or pick your favorite hobby!