365 DAYS OF GRATITUDE – DAY 57: Emotional Cleansing Part 5 – Without Struggle

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Excerpt from Brandon Bays’ book  “Freedom Is”:

“Unfortunately, most of us became conditioned to the idea that struggling is good and makes us strong, and we feel guilty if we take even a few spare moments to relax. But ironically, it is only when we completely let go into full relaxation that true genius and creativity become available.”

Struggling is not good and it diminishes your inner power. When you are in touch with yourself and honor who you are what you feel, there is no struggle.

I want you to arrive in a place without struggle inside yourself. The EM-CLEANSE posts will continue and I will teach you how to cleanse at the emotional level.

By paying equally close attention to the quality of the foods you eat and the water you drink, to the thoughts you think and to the methods of physical exercise you choose, to processing your feelings and clearing your emotional system you can create a more balanced body, inside and out and a more balanced life, inside and out.

You need to cleanse and rejuvenate emotionally in the same manner that you cleanse your body through diet and exercise, through showers and bathing, through sweating and sleeping. You can do it through meditation, keeping a journal, or simply by sitting alone in a room, relaxing, breathing and getting in touch with how you feel and why. What matters most is that you are completely honest with yourself about what you feel.

The capacity to respond to life’s flow of events from a place of emotional cleanliness and internal balance exists within you and within everybody else.Your interactions with others will stem from understanding and compassion, leading to powerful connections that are creative, healing and life changing for yourself and for the people around you. From that quiet space of INNER BALANCE, the power to create your desired life multiplies and you will find yourself in all the right places at all the right times. SYNCHRONICITY will become the norm, things will flow with ease, solutions will present themselves to you and your inner struggle will stop.

So what do you think? Do you believe now, as I do, that your emotional cleanliness is important and worth paying attention to?

Love,

Rucsandra

 

365 DAYS OF GRATITUDE – DAY 56: Emotional Cleansing Part 4

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Emotional stress, clutter and distress change chemistry of the body, causing symptoms like high blood pressure, overeating or under eating, insomnia, depression, to name just a few.

Emotional debris can and will alter the quality of your life, at all levels: internal well-being, family life, work environment and community.

What creates your internal emotional debris?

Everything that you have not allowed to fully clear your system: childhood experiences, un-shared feelings, a job you do not like, a kid not doing well in school, not enough money, finances, the death of someone dear, not enough time, too much to do, too many requirements, an illness, moving from a house to another, from a city to another, not getting what you want, not having a life partner, something that happened 30 ago.

We are equipped to experience a remarkably wide array of feelings, from despair and anger to elation and unconditional love.

However, we are not equipped to store painful and unresolved emotions for weeks, months, years or decades. Un-cleared and unreleased, these stored emotions create many health problems and can ultimately cause a heart attack, depression or a chain of physical injuries.

There is a book that I highly recommend if you tend to worry about your loved ones, diseases, work, relationships, weather, wars, money and everything else. Here’s and excerpt from Dale Carnegie’s book “How to Stop Worrying and Start Living” :

‘A few years ago, I spent my vacation motoring through Texas and New Mexico with Dr. O. F. Gober—one of the medical executives of the Santa Fe railway. His exact title was chief physician of the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Hospital Association. We got to talking about the effects of worry, and he said: Seventy per cent of all patients who come to physicians could cure themselves if they only got rid of their fears and worries.

Don’t think for a moment that I mean that their ills are imaginary,” he said. “Their ills are as real as a throbbing toothache and sometimes a hundred times more serious. I refer to such illnesses as nervous indigestion, some stomach ulcers, heart disturbances, insomnia, some headaches, and some types of paralysis. “These illnesses are real. I know what I am talking about,” said Dr. Gober, “for I myself suffered from a stomach ulcer for twelve years. “Fear causes worry. Worry makes you tense and nervous and affects the nerves of your stomach and actually changes the gastric juices of your stomach from normal to abnormal and often leads to stomach ulcers.”

Did you get what Dr. Gober said? “Seventy per cent of all patients who come to physicians could cure themselves if they only got rid of their fears and worries.” So the events and challenging times of our lives do not create our emotional turmoil and pain. It is what we CHOOSE to do when faced with one of these challenges.

This understanding shifts the paradigm a little, doesn’t it?

Love,

Rucsandra