Loving the Feelings

In our childhood we learn the way we have to be: "a boy must not cry" and "a girl must not be enraged" and so it goes on, with many other feelings. Our true essence gets suppressed systematically by many programs and concepts, carried over from our ancestors.

With this imprint we go to school, to work and into a partnership, so that these engrained programs become part of our lives and we think, it is normal, until perhaps we recognize a latent discontent, present in our daily experience. By using our body as a guide to assist us, we often get signals that can show up as diseases and pain, the body is screaming "take care of me".

But life also gives us possibilities to awaken, for example life´s ups and downs and even trauma. When something gets touched inside of us by such events, sooner or later our willingness to look closer grows. With this willingness struggling against life finds an end, so that the faith in life grows more and more. Bit by  bit the armor drops away and we realize our true nature, with all the accompanying feelings and actions. The more we dare to live our truth, the more we realize, this state of being is the most natural and the easiest way.

 

1. If you love and live your feelings, what would the benefit be?

If you love and live them, you see that there is no label of good or bad feelings. They are all just energy, coexisting in a constant interaction. By saying "yes" to this interaction, you get more peace and joy inside and step by step your true potential will show up.

 

2. What prevents you from living out your feelings?

From childhood the unconscious system of society already programs children about what feelings are not allowed and the ones that must not be shown.

Connected to this there is a permanent monologue: "I have to struggle to get ahead, I need something or somebody to be happy, something is missing, I do not have enough, I am not enough."

Feelings like pressure, tension, worthlessness and lack will day after day produce a subliminal discontent. To not feel this, the search for attractions and any other distractions will start to cover these unwelcome feelings with unconscious actions like eating, watching TV, smoking, drinking, shopping and many more.

 

3. What does it mean, to allow and to live the feelings?

To dare from now on means nothing more than being true to yourself, each and every moment.

A big "Yes" to life and to all associated feelings.

So, if you are enraged, be enraged, feel it, allow it, love it, without blaming anyone for this - "he is to blame for..."   or judging yourself - "that was stupid..."   or analyzing - "why did I do that?". You are enraged, because you are enraged, you are allowed to be just the way you are, right now.  

 

You are free.