What’s weighing you down?
Sorrow, discouragement, abandonment, confusion, and insecurity all weighed heavily on me. Emotions are like taffy. They can be sticky, and seem to get all over the place. Yet, as much as I tried to free myself from them, I seemed to become more consumed by them. Stuck in the icky web, I turned to someone else for help. My friend, Isabel Hundt, helped me out from the messy web of emotions I was trapped in.
During our emotions releasing session, Isabel walked me through a series of exercises to identify the trapped emotions. She was able to help me identify the time and circumstance causing each emotion. Isabel then walked me through a process to release each emotion. Our session was powerful, to say the least. Prior to our session, I had been experiencing stomach pain and other GI related issues. As she walked me through each step of the process, my pain subsided. The anxiety I had felt was gone. I felt better than I had in months.
What I Learned
Isabel helped me not only identify trapped emotions, but also shared with me how to continue to protect myself. She helped me see faulty thinking patterns and habits. More importantly, Isabel is helping me heal myself. Over the past couple of years, I have spent far too much money on medical procedures, visits to the doctor, and medicines. Somewhere in my head, I knew there was a better way, a way I would not be jumping through multiple hoops as I hoped for an answer. This is definitely a process, and she warned me there would be days I may feel worse. However, that is part of the releasing and healing process.
What Emotions Are You Holding?
We do not have to be controlled by our emotions. As I have observed those around me, I believe there are far too many people walking around victims to their emotions. Those trapped emotions have ways of showing up, in our health, our mindsets, our behaviors, our words, and our attitudes. Friend, you can let them go. Those emotions serve as teachers, but should not be held onto for long. I cannot recommend working with Isabel enough. Click here to sign up.
It’s time to let go.