How To Release Emotional Pain
You already know that your emotional stability is important for your well-being and health.
However, it can be difficult to put this into practice - the stresses of daily life, our relationships, and negativity from others can often put us into a state of instability and distress.
Not to mention the fact that most people have no idea how to deal with their stress and anxiety...
...which amplifies one's ability to make the right decisions or even get out of bed in the morning.
I know this because I went through a very similar experience...
...I was suffering because of a previous relationship I had that was abusive and turbulent.
I didn't know how to cope, and as a result, I was left emotionally shattered.
And although I don't wish that experience upon anyone, I know that there are many people out there who have shared a similar pain.
I was lucky enough to find Reiki to help me through the trauma, and I'm happy to say that over a decade later, I am in a much better position.
However, many people can often feel trapped in this vicious cycle with no way out.
In this blog article, I'm going to reveal the steps that you can take to heal from your emotional trauma and pain.
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Next, let's learn the steps you should take to heal from your pain.
Where is your pain?
Often times, we feel the physical symptoms of emotional trauma.
This can be in our neck, shoulders, head, or even irregular heart palpitations.
Wherever your pain is, it's important to identify where exactly you feel this pain...
...as this gives insight into what you need to do to heal.
For example, if you suffered from a heavy breakup from a long-term relationship with someone, you might feel as though your heart has no strength to go on.
This is a clue that your Heart Chakra needs some healing in order to be restored back to normal again.
In another example, let's say that, God forbid, you were abused during your childhood.
Your parents or caretakers often physically hit you for no reason at all, and you suffer from hip pain as a result.
This gives you a clue that your Root Chakra may be distorted from those years of abuse.
Now, you're probably thinking, "I don't want to bring up those memories again...it only causes more pain."
And I would tell anyone right away that if you need more time to space the distance between the events that caused your pain and the need to locate where it is...
...by all means do so.
However, this also means that if you don't take this time to address and acknowledge the source of that trauma, you'll never heal because you'll always be avoiding it.
So whenever you are ready to begin the process of healing, you need to be able to face the memory with courage and compassion.
Don't judge yourself based on what you did - that is the past...
...and all you have is now.
This brings me to my next step...
Fully Acknowledge The Memory
By now, you've probably already begun to relive the painful memories that caused your trauma.
If you're thinking that it is too much, take the time to tell yourself that it's okay to feel whatever you feel.
There's no 'wrong' way of healing.
However, you must be willing to fully acknowledge the memory.
Think about it like your office desk.
If you're trying to clear out your desk, you have to acknowledge that everything exists on the desk - in other words, they are physically present.
You can't clear or clean your space by avoiding objects - they'll still be there.
Likewise, when healing from past pain, you need to acknowledge that those memories exist.
It's common sense...but you'd be surprised as to how many people try to avoid their memories.
This can only worsen things.
So after identifying the location of your pain, make sure to acknowledge what caused those symptoms.
It will go a long way...
This brings me to my next step...where you take the acknowledgement of that memory, pain, or emotion, and fully let it out.
This step is the hardest for most people to do because we have a habit of holding on to things.
However, you need to remember that you can only grasp hold of the things you truly care about if you let go of the things that are harming you.
Holding on to any negative emotion can worsen, amplify, or exacerbate the amount of pain that you feel.
So you need to let it go.
This is where people will often take the time to write out their pain in the form of poetry, a journal or diary, or even a novel.
You can speak it aloud, dance, or even paint.
The point is that you need to let this emotion go.
Note: you can't do this if you didn't first locate or acknowledge the emotion in the first place.
It's like trying to paint a picture of a rose...without ever seeing one exist.
You need to know what it is that you are trying to express in order to express this trauma fully.
This kind of therapeutic effect can spiritually and emotionally lift the weight off of your shoulders.
It may take some iterations to completely absolve the pain, but know that it is indeed possible to heal.
The next step is arguably the most important step in the process...
As a society that is always on the move, we never take the time to celebrate our accomplishments.
We always curse ourselves for what we didn't do, what we could have done, or what could have been done better.
This prevents us from living life to our fullest capacity...and as a result, our energy withers.
So as you go through the healing process, remember to make time to rejoice in the fact that you are a rarity.
You have taken the initiative to heal, whereas most people will try to distract themselves and forget the pain without ever truly being aware or sensitive of what happened.
Rejoice in the fact that you are now a completely different person who is stronger than their pain.
Someone who is stronger than they once thought that they were.
Someone who is far more capable of achieving great things than they once realized.
Rejoice in this fact and use this whenever those troublesome feelings erupt again.
Go out and treat yourself or others to dinner or whatever it is that delights you.
When you do this...you'll realize how far you have come, and how wholesome you truly are as an individual.