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Your Body is your Blog. Emotional Healing for Body Healing. by K.C A. Posted Fri 21 Aug 2009 9:44am Did you know that our actual physical cells mark just about every experience we go through? Its how lie detectors work - by measuring our body's physiological response to issues, people and places. Our bodies are the databases of our lives' experience. While the physical foods we eat pass through our digestive system and the effects are gone i ... Read on »
Yoga for Emotional Healing Series with Ashley Turner by My Yoga Online Posted Mon 05 May 2014 3:00am We are excited to announce a new six week series on My Yoga Online that will balance your emotions, reduce anxiety, help you to manage stress and depression, and heal your emotional body.   Created by Ashley Turner, an expert in yoga and psychology, these classes can be practiced any time you are feeling like you need ... Read on »
Energy and Emotional Healing by Janis Bell Facebook Posted Wed 14 Apr 2010 12:00am Thanks to four energy-emotional healing sessions this week, I am feeling MUCH BETTER! Two were shamanic healings, one a hypnosis coaching session, one worked on releasing trauma in this life and in ancestors.  They all worked together beautifully to bring me out of fear and into POSITIVE emotions. :-) The physical benefits are that th ... Read on »
Emotional Healing by Amie_46 Posted Wed 10 Apr 2013 6:47pm Taking time away from blogging my emotional turmoil has been necessary. I feel as though I was headed down a path of unnecessary self-destruction. I was basing my self-worth on things and people of little significance in my life. I needed to take a step back and really think about what being healthy was for me and how I could achieve ha ... Read on »
Emotional Healing by Finding Melissa Posted Sat 01 Aug 2009 12:00am I could be swallowed up by the regret, be dragged way down into the pits of despair – if I lingered on it for too long. The remorse has only come with the recovery. It’s the one saving grace – because it means that I’m moving in the right direction. Even though it hurts like hell. When I reach the other side, it will be worth i ... Read on »
Realizing We Secretly Want Our Suffering – A Process for Emotional Healing by Albert F. Patient Expert Posted Fri 08 May 2009 6:04pm There was something I discovered recently, something that sounds so absurd and yet so simple. As much as I want to be free of whatever I am suffering – there is a part of me that wants it. Whatever I was facing – sorrow, anger, guilt, hatred, resentment, fear – I wanted it just as much as I hated it. This sounded insane to me, and I’m sure man ... Read on »
Emotional healing takes several tries by David M. Posted Mon 03 Mar 2014 5:00am By David Joel Miller Some pain and trauma is just too intense to get past the first time around. Getting over things is a process. Some things need time to heal. It is hard for others to sit and watch … Continue reading → Read on »
The Emotional Side of Healing by Robin V. Posted Sat 18 Sep 2010 12:20pm The emotional side of personal healing is one near and dear to my heart.Growing up sensitive and expressing my sensitivity in a self destructive way as a teenager (anorexia) was not the optimal way for me to cope with my emotional side. I have come a long ways since then but I still am extremely sensitive so therefore need tools to help me navi ... Read on »
The Emotional Side of Healing by Robin V. Posted Thu 23 Sep 2010 6:14pm One of the most important things that you can do if you are not well currently is to create a well being list. Make a list of all the things that bring you joy. The things on the list should be easy to do and not require much money if any. The reason you need to make a list of things that bring you joy is because first of all, you may not be aw ... Read on »
The Emotional Side of Healing by Robin V. Posted Mon 20 Sep 2010 7:14pm We are privy to a wide range of emotions on any given day. It is not realistic to only feel emotions such as joy, happiness, and optimism because emotions exist on a spectrum. At one end of the spectrum exist the more uplifting or lighter emotions that we love feeling and on the other end of the spectrum lie the heavy or darker emotions you mig ... Read on »