“A physical wound takes only one or two weeks to heal, but a psychological wound caused by tactless or malicious remark can take years to heal; if they do get heal at all.Therefore, watch your words that they don’t hurt others”.
Grand Master Choa Kok Sui.
have you ever found yourself in the middle of an emotional rollercoaster where without even realizing you end up saying nasty things you didn’t really mean but still end up causing pain?
If your answer is yes; welcome to being human.
Why that happens then?
From the energy perspective we have more than one body.
We have a physical body and we also have another subtle bodies that also play a vital role in your life. Imagine you are peeling an onion where you can get to see layer after layer. The same happens with us, those bodies are all interconnected and therefore, they interact with each other. These bodies are the etheric, emotional, mental and the soul aura.
Our emotional body is specialized in being able to Feel and it gets affected when we experience strong and intense emotions from love all the way to fear and anger.
It is the closer body to our etherical and physical body; that’s the reason you may find yourself triggered when while driving, the car next to you doesn’t comply with a red traffic light or a stop sign. That’ s the time our emotional body reacts instantly; without being aware we are rolling our eyes or saying bad words.
The issue is that we tend to repeat the same behavior with people around us, our work colleagues, the clerk at the shop; our family members, our friends.
We may snap and say things that can hurt others. For years.
Words have power. Words are power. I don’t get tired of sharing this.
We are human beings.
We are multidimensional beings.
We are souls in complex world.
If you find yourself going through a rough day try this;
1.Give yourself the chance to sit down, inhale and exhale and breathe.
2.Listen to the heart beating, feel your abdomen following that flow.
3.Close your eyes for a few seconds; turn your head to the left side with your eyes still closed and open them there. Turn your head from left to right and observe.
4.Recall 3 things you observed.
Those will be the “key” to keep you grounded.
Do this exercise as many times as you need.
It will bring a sense of peace and calmness and allow more clarity in your mind.
If you want to learn more tips about how to keep being grounded you are welcome to contact me to firstname.lastname@example.org.
I will be looking forward to hearing from you.
Have you felt out of balance lately and said things you didn’t mean to?
How did you handle it?