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3rd April 2017
What are negative emotions? These are low vibration emotions that make us feel constricted and rather uneasy. Some of the examples of these negative emotions are hate, anger, jealousy, judgement, sadness, arrogance etc. These emotions are a part of the human experience and it’s totally normal to feel this way.
First of all it’s important to under stand that if you’re feeling an emotion like sadness, don’t say “I’m sad” because that implies that you are sadness as ‘I AM’ are the two most powerful words of the english language. You are ‘LOVE’ at the core level, so instead of saying “I’m sad” or “I’m scared”, say “I’m feeling sadness” & “I’m experiencing fear”.
To work with negative emotions we first need to befriend them. Look at these emotions as entities, look them directly in the eye. When you feel sadness, it just implies that the entity of sadness has come to visit you and you need to take time out to listen to this sadness. When you sit with sadness in patience, you will be surprised at what it has to say. These negative emotions want you to understand them and then transform and ascend them into their own higher self. So sadness wants to be ascended into happiness, anxiety wants to be ascended into excitement and so on.
The way to talk to an emotion is to simply sit with it and a notepad. Write the 4 W’s
Why you’re feeling the emotion?
What or Who caused the emotion to be there in front of you?
What is there to learn from that situation?
What you can do to transform this emotion into it’s own higher self?
Shadow work is a very courageous thing to do and it might even bring forward things from your childhood that are in your subconscious mind upto the surface for you to feel, heal and transform. When you sit with these emotions don’t be scared of them in any way of feel that they have some power over you, because they don’t. All that these emotions want from us as conscious human beings is to transform and ascend them into their own higher selves. Watch the video for my in depth analysis: