Eliminate negative emotions from your life

I am a student of life.

There is something to learn in everything that happens to me. Sometimes it’s a lesson in gratitude and joy; other times in humility and introspection. As the roller coaster goes up and down, I try to stay on my toes and be receptive to the lessons hidden behind every moment.

Last week, life delivered another lesson. Someone said something that upset me. I tried to shake it off and be zen, but it didn’t work. It stayed with me. Like a mosquito bite, I kept wanting to itch it, but I didn’t want to engage in negativity. I wanted to just let it go.

Well, as it turns out, there is one step you always need to take in the process of letting go. Press play on the video below to learn all about what it is and how to use it.

This was the perfect lesson because I realized I was missing an important step in the process of letting go. The beauty of this is that, had I not let my ego take over and prevent me from allowing myself to feel these negative emotions, I would have never discovered just how important this exercise really is.

I can’t think of anything more human than simply allowing yourself to feel the emotions that come over you. It’s also the best self-discovery handbook you can have.

So, next time you’re feeling sad, angry, or upset, allow yourself to feel it. Punch a pillow, cry, or write it out. Once you exhaust the feeling, you will find there is nothing there but forgiveness and a fresh start.

Now it’s your turn… how do you let go of negative emotions?

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Comments

  1. Love you use video with your post. I needed to hear this today. Negative thoughts get in my head a lot since my cancer diagnosis back in Oct. I will attempt your suggestions.

  2. Beverly, I’m so glad this helped you. I use video because I believe it allows me to connect with my readers on a more personal level. I’m so sorry to hear about your diagnosis. If you’re struggling with this, feel free to contact me and I’ll be of assistance any way I can.

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