Letting go of Unpleasant Feelings

When you have an unpleasant feeling, don’t grab hold of it and turn it over and over.

Instead leave it alone so it can flow.

The wave of emotion will naturally recede on its own,

as long as you don’t feed it by dwelling on it.

For instance, to get food unstuck from a saucepan, just pour water in the pan and wait. After a while the food will loosen on its own.

About ChangeTherapy

I consider myself someone who 'thinks outside the box'; rather than following strict regimented instruction during the helping therapies; my belief is to frame therapies around the person, rather than try and make a person fit into a certain box. Educated at George Watson's College, in Edinburgh and then worked in Office Management/Administration for Local Government and Major Construction, before owning a retail Newsagent in the Blackhall area of Edinburgh. My training in Reiki and Healing started in 1997, and after attending college to complete my Counselling qualifications, I studied for 6 years with the Open University to obtain my Bachelor of Science degree, with Honours, studying Psychology and Counselling (including Autism) I have been involved for 22 years directly and indirectly in many capacities in the fields of Counselling for Autism, Special Needs, Adoption, HRT, Post-Cardiac Recovery, Alcohol Addiction, Gambling Addiction, Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, Anxiety and Sadness and Floating Harbor Syndrome. Mindfulness Practitioner; Reiki and Meditation Practitioner. Mind Coach Practitioner.
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1 Response to Letting go of Unpleasant Feelings

  1. LovingSummer says:

    Love the analogy of the sticky saucepan!

    Like

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