Quick – true or false – feelings are ugly? How do you answer that? How comfortable do you feel sharing your emotions with others? I’m willing to bet that crying, or even just feeling deeply in front of others probably isn’t the easiest thing for you to do, nor do you view it as the “prettiest” thing you can do. But here’s the irony. I’ve noticed in my work that 100% of my clients are empaths. Seriously. I’m not kidding you. That’s because I work with women, and a woman’s truth is actually in her feelings.
So if you come from the belief that your feelings just mess things up, get in the way, and that it’s not okay to feel things in public, it just might be time for you to get past that.
Why? Because finding your truth is one of the quickest and easiest ways to become more beautiful, on the inside and out. Your radiance, your internal strength, your joy, and your feminine presence depend upon it.
Developing a relationship of trust and presence with your feelings is one of the biggest gifts you can give yourself as a woman. In fact, without that, it’s hard to receive any other big gifts. Because, I repeat, your feelings are your truth.
Allowing yourself to be aware of what you’re feeling, and taking time to really feel it within your body, can turn even the nastiest feelings into glory; because you’re giving your truth the attention it so deserves.
Are you ready to give this gift to yourself? Let’s try a little exercise. Take a piece of paper and fold it in half. On one side make a list of the emotions you are used to feeling; what you feel regularly and is easy for you to feel. On the other side, make a list of the emotions you don’t often feel, or that are hard for you to feel.
Now, look over your list, and see if you notice a pattern. Is there anything you notice about your relationship with your feelings by taking note of what’s easy for you and what’s hard to feel?
Now take this list – the entire list – and allow it into your day. Allow yourself to go throughout your day letting each feeling that comes up be okay. Let it be in your body for as long as it needs. Do this for a week, then look at yourself in the mirror at the end of the week. Notice how much more beautiful you are simply by letting it all be okay? I can already see it in you now.
Jordanna Eyre works with smart, driven, spiritual women who know they are meant for something bigger, but feel stuck in getting there. Through supporting her clients in finding a deep sense of truth in knowing who they are, and overcoming their self sabotaging behaviors, she helps them achieve vision, purpose, freedom, flexibility, and wholeness. CLICK HERE to take the Wholeness Factor Test and receive Jordanna’s 21 part Wholeness Factor series of tips and tools to guide you on your journey toward vision, purpose and fulfillment, all free today!