Do you find you tend to deny certain emotions such as anger, jealousy, shame, guilt?
Do you feel you need to “get over” anger or jealousy quickly, yet if you really check in, you know it’s still there?
Do you find you tell yourself NOT to feel something you do, because you’ll likely attract more of that “bad” energy to you?
I’m going to be interviewed by my colleague and friend Irene Jorgensen on what I call Forbidden Emotions.
It’s hard to live in this world and not have an unconscious belief that certain emotions are somewhat off-limits or need to be expelled quickly. We end up denying many of our feelings because they seem inappropriate and we’ve learned to separate feelings as good or bad, right or wrong, inside of seeing that ALL feelings are just that…feelings and in themselves there’s nothing good or bad about them. Some just feel better than others.
As we begin to embrace each and every feeling as it surfaces, we begin to understand that there’s messages for us within everything we feel and these “Forbidden Emotions” such as anger, jealousy, guilt, shame, resentment are actually powerful indicators for us and can in fact be our roadmap of what we need to tap through.
When we begin to acknowledge ALL of our emotions, we empower ourselves. Trapped Emotions in our energy systems can hold us back from moving into meaningful work and thus a life we love.
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Marti Murphy is a Career Coach, Certified EFT Practitioner and former Corporate Captive who helps business professionals overcome the fears that keep them stuck in a job they hate. If you’re ready to finally free yourself from a job you hate go to www.martimurphy.com and download Career Coach Marti Murphy’s powerful free video series Take the Big Leap to learn the secrets to free yourself to live your dreams and do the rewarding work you love. You can email Marti at [email protected]
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