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Mar 13 2014

Emotional Healing Part 1, Get relieve from intense emotions

Read this blog to learn about emotional healing and gain a unique perspective on emotions.

Are you feeling lonely, Anger or sad at the moment?

 

If you are you are not alone,

read this blog to see why…

 

You may have noticed that I have not written a blog for the last few weeks?  This is because I have been experiencing intense emotions and needed time to do some emotional healing.  The first emotion was anger and by just accepting that I felt angry, this means that I did not judge it, analyse it or add a story to why I was feeling angry, I was able to feel the physical sensations of the energy of the anger in my body and not become the anger by expressing it; I could even find the anger amusing.  The anger would than disappear for a few hours or the rest of the day.

 

After about four days of this and being worried that new clients and colleagues might sense the anger, I was becoming a little concerned.  Don’t get me wrong, I think it is healthy to feel all emotions and when the emotion is about what is happening in the present moment than it is appropriate to express it – even anger.  However for the first three days I could sense that the anger was energy moving through my body and was not related to the present moment.  Then on the forth day I noticed that I was becoming angry with other people on the road and was criticising them in my mind.  Then I did actually shout at someone!  I was shocked, he was being an idiot but there was no need to shout at him.  He might of had a good reason for being distracted.

 

When I got home I sat and asked my Higher Self what I needed to do.  The answer was simply to go out with friends and have a good time.  What happened was that we ended up seeing the “Book Thief” an amazing, sad film.  I openly cried through most of the film and these were real tears and felt like a great release.  The next day I felt wonderful.  I had made progress with my emotional healing. 

 

That same day I was guided to read a some information on the five elements principle of Chinese Medicine, in a book about Qigong (I have been practising Qigong for years and will soon take my instructors exam).  I never knew that in Chinese Medicine it is generally believed that “emotional disease are best cured by emotions” (Wong Kiew Kit, p.47, 1993 ).  This is demonstrated by the five elements principle that states that the metal element destroys the wood element – think of a metal axe chopping wood.  The organ that corresponds with the Wood element is the Liver and its emotion is Anger – which is what I had been experiencing.  The organ that corresponds with the Metal element is the Lungs and their emotion is sorrow – I cried my way through the film and this destroyed – got rid of my anger.

 

How amazing is that!  There is more to this story and more insights and tools for you to gain – 

In next weeks blog find out

why you are not alone and what else you can do to relieve intense emotions, with Emotional Healing part 2.

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  1. Zofia Jones

    thanks Fiona, that’s interesting.

    Zofia

    1. Fiona Maguire

      Thanks Zofia, good to hear from you. I would love to know if it has helped and how it is interesting? Love Fiona

  2. Jenni

    Your blog is really helpful; I like your honesty and the way you are prepared to open up and share your process.

  3. Fiona Maguire

    Thanks Jenni, I really appreciate you connecting with me and I am glad the blogs are helpful x

  4. Judith Coote

    Hi Fiona when I first saw your blog I thought “I’m not angry” and then I had conversation with someone and realised that I am but not in the way I thinking when I first saw the title. It has made me stop and think. Thanks.

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