An imbalance in your energies can lead to burn out, frustration, anxiety, and an inability to handle failure/loss or process negative emotions. Right, wrong, or indifferent, our society encourages and promotes an imbalance in these energies unknowingly.
What would you say if I told you that the trials and tribulations, the toxic relationships, and the other “bad” things that happened to you in your life happened and will happen because you signed up for it?
I’m betting some of you will be very triggered by this concept.
The amount of love and acceptance you can receive from others is proportionate to the amount you love and accept yourself. If you aren’t feeling it from the outside world, look at your inside world first. – Lyndsay K. R. Toensing
I saw this article posted on LinkedIn today asking the question, “Should Emotions be taught in school?” While it’s from 2017, it is still a good conversation starter about how we feel, process, and express emotions in a healthy and productive way – or not.
Have you ever thought about someone and then got a call or a message from them minutes later? Have you ever been instantly repelled by or felt connected to someone the moment they walked into the room?