Let your dominant intent to be to feel good, and if you don’t feel good, then let your dominant intent be to feel relief.
– Intense feelings can be overwhelming and scary
– Many of us don’t have good coping skills for “negative” emotions, especially when they are intense
– Just being with it, and accepting ourselves can be powerful. Sometimes challenging
– If you are having trouble, what judgement or thoughts are underlying this?
I’m So Impatient with my clients, why won’t the decide? I am so frustrated with myself, I can’t be wrong and be loved. Heal, Damn it! My body’s confused.
We all depend on (rely on) others for support. The angst comes from a few sources: 1) If someone gives me something, I owe them or they control me. (other definitions of dependent). 2) A belief in lack- if I rely on this, and it goes away, I won’t be able to stand it! 3) The things we tell ourselves about it (I’m weak, embarrassed).
People generally feel betrayed when their bodies “let them down”, by hurting, getting ill or tired, or not being able to perform some task. Where did we get the belief that our bodies should just keep ticking along, no matter what we ask of them?