Emotional Pain – To Heal It We Need to Acknowledge It, by Kai at wellbeingalignment.com

“Most of us were conditioned to believe that it isn’t okay to feel our feelings, especially the really strong emotions that threatened our caregivers’ world when we expressed them. So, sometimes unconsciously and with good intentions, they did whatever they could to influence us to bury the feelings.”

“As you begin to experience your emotional pain, remind yourself that there is nothing wrong with you for having this wound. Even if your current experience was triggered by something in present time, the root of it is there because there was something that happened to you in the past that caused real, genuine pain. Therefore, it is normal, natural and HEALTHY for you to feel whatever it is that you feel.”

“You don’t need to figure out or decide what something means, whether it is something someone said or did or something you said or did, or a feeling you’re becoming aware of. Mental analysis diverts you off track and into the mind, which won’t be useful in acknowledging the emotional pain. Remember, our intention here is to acknowledge and feel the FEELING.”

Here you can read the whole article, which can be very helpful for emotional healing processes and affirming in general:




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4 thoughts on “Emotional Pain – To Heal It We Need to Acknowledge It, by Kai at wellbeingalignment.com

    1. Hi Shree,

      Usually in early childhood, if you meant in that way (or maybe even in the past lives). I just shared some appetizers from the article, so it might not be very clear if reading only them. Or did you wonder that within a larger context?


      1. Cool style! 😀

        And okay, that was my first guess of the nature of your wondering. :)) And that is a large question. I have a few (western world) sketches on that. Might be back to it when I get out of my cloud and can speak English again (as for one thing). 😀


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