Episode 8: What To Do When You Feel Bad So You Can Feel Better!
Now that you understand that your feelings are a part of the Divine Feminine language, you are leaning into your emotions. What I am hearing is “What’s next?” When you allow yourself to go into your emotions, there can be a lot waiting to be heard, but you don’t need to become overwhelmed or go into a downward spiral. Because this feminine approach to emotional well-being is so new, I wanted to give you more guidance on how you can listen to your emotions in a manner that leads you to find more of your wisdom, clarity, and power. When you find yourself feeling bad, it’s because you are ready to uncover more of your truth. Tune in to this episode to learn how you can face the discomfort and have more of the real you revealed!
In this episode I also cover…
- What to do instead of managing your emotions (because we know that does NOT work)!
- How to move from what is wrong with me for feeling this way to CELEBRATING why you feel the way you do.
- The 7 ego traps you’ll want to avoid.
- The 6 steps to feeling better.
- What the Universal Law of Sacrifice has to do with the Divine Feminine language of your emotions.
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