For many people, this doesn’t happen all that often.
We live in a society that constantly tells us to be polite. We’re also told that getting emotional is a sign of weakness. So we learn to stifle our true feelings.
A great example of this is anger. Most times when people are angry, they’re really just hurt. But pain is not an acceptable emotion. It shows vulnerability, which is one of the worst things you could ever be in today’s world. So we quickly transform the energy of being hurt into anger. This is seen as a stronger more respectable emotion.
The problem with this is we lose touch with how we’re really feeling. Our emotions are an integral part of us. When we accept them and express them authentically, we embrace the greater freedom of being ourselves. When we hold them in and suppress them, we allow them to fester inside of us. Unexpressed emotional pain transforms who we are and takes away our freedom to be ourselves.
Here are 3 reasons you should commit to expressing your true feelings to yourself and the people around you.
I mentioned this earlier, but let me expound. When you express yourself freely and openly, you become free and open. You let go of the restrictions to be yourself. This sends a message to your subconscious that it is ok to be who you are and feel what your feel.
Negative emotions harbored inside of you will take a tole on your health. It happens slowly and over time, but eventually, the disease, illness, or pain you manifest will not be worth the years of suppressed emotional pain. Yes, sometimes it’s uncomfortable to tell people how you really feel, but this discomfort is well worth the enhanced well-being you’ll experience as a result of being honest.
You cannot create the life you’ve always desired if you’re subconsciously holding on to painful experiences that happened years ago. What you see in your life today is a result of all of who you are today, and that includes suppressed pain and resentment. Let it go. When you do, you’ll step into the flow of abundance like you’ve never experienced before.
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