The Emotional Connection to Self

Posted by Maria Certo on Sunday, December 27, 2015
Our emotions play a large role in how we react to our environment.

This connection is universal to everyone.

Each emotion is interwoven into our psyche.

It is how we choose to act when these emotions erupt within.

We have a choice.

We can take something personal and not understand the lesson which will always result in chaos.

Or we can sit back and reflect on the lesson itself.

Either way there is something to be learned by what is felt.

When we ignore or deny our feelings, more lessons arise.

The first thing one needs to acknowledge to themselves is what is the feeling trying to convey.

Is it anger wanting revenge?

Is it hurt that allows one to be cemented in being a victim?

Is it a false sense of security buried in denial?

Is it a power struggle of control and power resulting in narcissism?

Is it the lack of ownership of one creation of a painful situation which follows guilt or shame?

Whatever emotion surfaces, it needs to be addressed in its highest truth, not the truth that is convenient.

Emotions allow one to get in touch with their own reality.

But if the reality is not faced with truth, then the lesson will continue repeating itself until it is understood.

The next time an emotions manifests itself that causes you to be uncomfortable, dissect it through and through until God's truth is shown to you.

You will know that the Truth is shown when a peace comes over you accompanied by a release through the heart.

Don't hold onto things that don't serve your soul.

Be lifted and freed by being true to yourself.




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The Emotional Connection to Self

Posted by Maria Certo on Sunday, December 27, 2015
Our emotions play a large role in how we react to our environment.

This connection is universal to everyone.

Each emotion is interwoven into our psyche.

It is how we choose to act when these emotions erupt within.

We have a choice.

We can take something personal and not understand the lesson which will always result in chaos.

Or we can sit back and reflect on the lesson itself.

Either way there is something to be learned by what is felt.

When we ignore or deny our feelings, more lessons arise.

The first thing one needs to acknowledge to themselves is what is the feeling trying to convey.

Is it anger wanting revenge?

Is it hurt that allows one to be cemented in being a victim?

Is it a false sense of security buried in denial?

Is it a power struggle of control and power resulting in narcissism?

Is it the lack of ownership of one creation of a painful situation which follows guilt or shame?

Whatever emotion surfaces, it needs to be addressed in its highest truth, not the truth that is convenient.

Emotions allow one to get in touch with their own reality.

But if the reality is not faced with truth, then the lesson will continue repeating itself until it is understood.

The next time an emotions manifests itself that causes you to be uncomfortable, dissect it through and through until God's truth is shown to you.

You will know that the Truth is shown when a peace comes over you accompanied by a release through the heart.

Don't hold onto things that don't serve your soul.

Be lifted and freed by being true to yourself.




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The Emotional Connection to Self

Posted by Maria Certo on Sunday, December 27, 2015
Our emotions play a large role in how we react to our environment.

This connection is universal to everyone.

Each emotion is interwoven into our psyche.

It is how we choose to act when these emotions erupt within.

We have a choice.

We can take something personal and not understand the lesson which will always result in chaos.

Or we can sit back and reflect on the lesson itself.

Either way there is something to be learned by what is felt.

When we ignore or deny our feelings, more lessons arise.

The first thing one needs to acknowledge to themselves is what is the feeling trying to convey.

Is it anger wanting revenge?

Is it hurt that allows one to be cemented in being a victim?

Is it a false sense of security buried in denial?

Is it a power struggle of control and power resulting in narcissism?

Is it the lack of ownership of one creation of a painful situation which follows guilt or shame?

Whatever emotion surfaces, it needs to be addressed in its highest truth, not the truth that is convenient.

Emotions allow one to get in touch with their own reality.

But if the reality is not faced with truth, then the lesson will continue repeating itself until it is understood.

The next time an emotions manifests itself that causes you to be uncomfortable, dissect it through and through until God's truth is shown to you.

You will know that the Truth is shown when a peace comes over you accompanied by a release through the heart.

Don't hold onto things that don't serve your soul.

Be lifted and freed by being true to yourself.




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