If I were to name one goal in this human existence we call life, it is to feel free inside. That includes freedom from suffering and the freedom to live a joyful life. Feeling free inside includes embodying grace and leaving a positive footprint. Yet, as human beings, we have emotions. Our emotions have attachments to expectations and life experiences from the past. As a result, we are challenged with living our full freedom in the present moment. Instead, emotions bind us to a past, which may require healing. Through learning self-healing, there are ways to process emotions and move toward freedom.
Healing is the process of transforming energy from the past so that a person can feel free in the present moment. Whether that comes through feeling emotions or having a revelation that brings clarity, healing requires energy to shift in the body. There are many ways to heal. One can look to a drug, doctor or practitioner for healing, but the most powerful healing that can occur is through self-reflection, and exploring the emotional blocks in the energetic body. The reason this can be powerful, is because the soul feels free when energy is moved.
The key to healing is shifting emotions. In the energetic body there are layers of information comprised of life experiences and emotions. Emotions are energetic. Most people know what the energy of anger feels like, or the energy of grief feels like. These emotions are attached to the expectations we have in life, to our protection mechanisms, or even to how we treat ourselves, and others. For example, if a person experienced a great loss in their life, but has not fully processed the grief, they may have certain protection mechanisms that would protect them from feeling that grief, because it could be too much to bear. This person is carrying the energy of grief in their heart and how they operate in the world is affected by this emotional attachment.
Self-Healing requires taking responsibility for what has happened to us in our life. Even if we did not cause much of the difficulty, healing requires the will power to transform the past. If we stay stuck in our story and re-tell this story, we are still inside that story- living it as if it were current. To heal we much unhook from the past and release carrying around that story. This can be an energetic shift more than a rational one. This is something we cannot get from outside sources. There may be therapists and practitioners that can help guide an internal process, but they cannot make it happen for a person. It is through internal processing and self-healing that shifting occurs.
Here are some suggestions on how to approach self-healing
• When an emotion comes up, take some deep breaths and give that emotion some attention. It would not be a time to act irrationally. Breath is your friend here, so befriend your breath and let your breath calm and soothe you until you feel clear to take the next step.
• “Issues” can stop a routine in its tracks. If that happens to you, make some time and space to breathe, cry, yell, move, or do whatever your body naturally needs to do to let that emotion out. You may feel like you need to reach out to someone else. That may be true in some cases, but first, take the time to be with the emotion. Feel it until the moment passes.
• Create comfort for yourself. So many times, people are more harsh with themselves then they need to be. Just going and going on a rigid schedule with out stopping to smell the flowers is harsh! Take the time to be with yourself, relax, chill out and create comfortable activities for yourself. Self-healing sometimes simply needs comfort and relaxation.
• Forgiveness is one of the most powerful energy clearing tools. After you are done being angry, guilty, vengeful, rageful, etc., then Forgive. Forgiveness clears the energetic bondage between you and the hard emotions. Yes, forgiveness can heal the energy between two people, but forgiveness also sets you free inside from your own suffering.
These are just a few suggestions for self-healing. Strength comes when responsibility is taken for the emotions held internally. Self-healing is the process of feeling into the body, where emotional energy is stored, breathing into it and intending for it to clear. Self-healing is not to be confused with pampering. Healing can be challenging and requires courage. So if you are in need of healing around a particular issue, rather than medicating, blaming or looking externally at the reasons why your in the situation you are in, as yourself: How did I create this situation? Is there a wounded part of me that needed this situation to be this way, so I could get a need met? What am I getting out of it? What’s the wound inside me that needs healing? These questions will help the soul search for a deeper route cause to pains we have on the surface.
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