Being a deliberate creator means managing your mood and aligning it with the feeling essence of whatever it is you want to attract into your life. But what about those times when you realize that you are dealing with intense feelings and that you are nowhere near to the way you want to feel?
Firstly, know that to experience range of feelings is to be human. However, as a deliberate creator your goal is to cultivate those emotions that feel good and make them your point of attraction. Not that you absolutely never have moments of feeling frustration, anger, sadness, or other low frequency emotion, but you don’t have to let them run your life.
Secondly, you have to understand that you create a momentum of thoughts and feelings any time you focus your attention towards something, whether what you are focused upon is serving you or not. This is because of the law of attraction. For example, if you allow yourself to dwell on something, you then are in the process of attracting more thoughts that are of the same energetic frequency and your feelings are becoming more and more intense. Can you remember experiencing exactly that? Because you are hanging in whatever frequency, the law of attraction will match you only with experiences that are of the same feeling essence. The same applies when you’re beating up on yourself for not feeling good; the law of attraction will support your thoughts and will bring you more reasons to beat up on yourself.
Here are some things you can do when you find yourself experiencing intense emotions that are not serving you without creating more of them…
- Try to locate the emotion in your body and feel it as a sensation rather than analyzing it. Once you shine the light of your awareness on it, it will dissolve.
- Writing or journaling will help you express your feelings in a safe manner. Get a notebook or start typing on your computer something like, I feel angry that ________. Write down what you’re feeling and why without thinking too much, then move onto another emotion that may be laying below the anger. Something like, I feel sad that things aren’t going the way I want them etc. Dig deep until you feel your energy has shifted (it will, I promise).
- Breathe deeply. Close your eyes and focus on your breathing for 10-15 minutes. Feel the air coming in and out of your nostrils. This will rejuvenate your whole body and mind, as it will take your focus off your emotions and give your cells more oxygen.
- Take a nap. Whether it’s 15 min. or one hour or two, once you slumber the momentum of your intense feelings will stop, although I have to mention that dealing deliberately with your emotions is the key, otherwise they will keep coming up for you.
Question: What would be your tips when dealing with intense feelings? Comment now below…