“THE SORROW WHICH HAS NO VENT IN TEARS MAY MAKE OTHER ORGANS WEEP”
I can’t stress enough how important it is that we express our feelings and feel them, to prevent their build up internally and manifest as ailments.
Spending the past month at home in Romania has been emotionally challenging at times. Yet so revealing and fascinating as I’m presented with the opportunity to heal childhood trauma in a way that I didn’t even know it existed.
Have you ever felt pent up? Stressed? For what may seem like no reason at all? Perhaps your world seems great on the surface, surrounded by friends, family and all of the joys of life. Yet deep down you know that there is something missing?
Since I moved to the UK, over 10 years ago, I have done a considerable amount of work on myself and dealt with many of the wounds from my past. I also haven’t spent this much time back home in a while.
It’s funny how the brain protects us and hides away anything that’s painful or doesn’t serve you until one day, when you’re ready, it takes it out of the drawer and flashes it in front of your eyes.
A deep sadness rose up to the surface and many memories I thought were happy came up wrapped in all sorts of emotions. All I could do was feel the feels and express what’s been repressed in the past.
So here’s what has been useful for me and how you can clean out some of your underlying emotions and do the inner work in order to feel like the goddess that you are again 😉
Up for that?