To heal emotional pain, we need to first acknowledge we have it, but where that may seem obvious some of us are not always aware of what that pain is, whilst others are in denial they have any. That what they feel has nothing to do with them, their past, or life experiences.
That isn’t true of course. We all will have varying degrees of emotional pain or trauma in our energy field. Some of us might be aware of what those are, but others may not know, primarily because they don’t turn their attention to it.
Unfortunately, when we fail to turn our attention to any type of emotional pain we will always end up in emotional conflict, which can be the difference between becoming ill and staying well. It’s important we bring our emotions into our conscious thoughts, so that we can deal with them, but to do that we must first acknowledge we have them and that’s never easy.
We learn from a very early age how we’re expected to conform, but unless we’re encouraged to talk about things, a lot of what we feel gets buried. Harbouring bad experiences will always come to the surface at some other point in our lives.
I’m not sure how much we consciously think about our past or those experiences, but any emotion that isn’t dealt with can potentially turn into something more as the days, months and years pass by. I believe we must do something about our displaced issues.
It’s absolutely a necessity and is the difference between us feeling confident and not so confident about ourselves in our lives. In my next blog on this topic, I will talk about how our emotions actually work.