Friday, May 23rd, 2014 Focus: Emotions last only a few moments, unless we give them meaning, create a story around them, and add our energy to them.

Emotions are essentially fleeting. They come and go at the drop of a hat. They can’t last for more than a few moments, unless we give them meaning, create a story around them, and add our energy to them. Without a story attached, emotions are just sensations that come and go.

However, if we decide that they are significant, important, that they must be explored, analyzed, and understood — if we keep replaying the drama surrounding them, using our thoughts to enhance them — then we can keep emotions in play for as long as we want.

The irony is that you are actually battling, fighting, subduing, and trying to oust emotions that you alone keep alive with your thoughts, dramas, and energy. Emotions require your concentration and belief in your drama, your story, in order to be kept alive. What if you were to decide to stop the story… just drop it?

Excerpted from the article:
Befriending Our Emotions
by Brandon Bays.

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Freedom Is: Liberating Your Boundless Potential
by Brandon Bays.

Brandon Bays, who began her inspirational work after healing a large tumor through natural means, uses her trademark simple, sure, and gentle approach to guide readers toward the stillness and joy within them. A popular seminar and workshop leader, she draws on that experience to help readers eliminate emotional blocks, lift away negative self-images, and release past limitations. Freedom Is contains powerfully effective process work, user-friendly tools, meditations, contemplations, and inspiring stories from the author’s popular seminars.

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