What is not love is always fear, and nothing else.
All healing is essentially the release from fear.

No words, just a handle

Posted: August 30th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Body, Emotions, Feelings, Happiness, Healing, Moods, Self-help, Tools | No Comments »
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Words are difficult for some of us, especially those of us who were badly traumatized. So we feel perplexed by words. We don’t know how to express what we feel. Is what we feel “panic” or “anxiety”? Is it “fear” or terror” or “horror” or “dread” or “regret”? We don’t know the exact words to use. But there is a very simple way to get at what we need to get at.

Forget about words and focus on the uncomfortable bodily sensations that comes up for you when you think about the issue. Where in your body are they located? Can you compare them to something you are familiar with? Is what you feel similar to having a heavy weight on your chest? Or is it more like a searing pain in your back? This is everything you need to do the work you came here to do.

The body is the subconscious and all trauma is stored in it. The sensations you feel are what you are here to heal, to release. A tension, a tightness, a contraction, a pain – these are the ‘feelings’ you are looking for.

Once you have a handle on a feeling, a sensation, then perhaps words might come:  “it’s kinda like…” An entire story might come. If words don’t come, that’s ok.   Just feel the feeling and, knowing you are safe here and now, allow yourself to breathe fully, freely and deeply.

Start today to release tensions now to reclaim your health and happiness. It works!

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