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From Uneasiness to Easiness – A short guide

Being uneasy means you’ve stepped away from being your True Self. Who are you when you’re not your True Self? You’re then identified with your Persona, the “person” you created to deal with the expectations and demands of the physical world.

Being uneasy is a signal from your True Self to you to get yourself back in line with who you truly are. Being at ease is a signal that you are in line with who you truly are.

A Step-be-step-guide

  • Notice a negative feeling.
  • Recognize that your guidance system works.
  • You’re aware of the emotion so you’re not the emotion itself. If you were the emotion you would simply BE it and not notice that you’re experiencing a negative emotion.
  • Right before the emotion, a belief was being activated. Either by your environment or by your thinking process.
  • The negative emotion is signaling to you that that belief isn’t true for who you really are.

Explanation:

  • Notice a negative feeling.
    Negative emotions do not define who you are. You are not your negative emotions. You becoming aware of negative emotions means you’re not either identified or numbed by negative emotions.Oftentimes, we’re so used to our negative emotions, we don’t really feel them anymore. So you feeling a negative emotion is a GOOD thing.
  • Recognize that your guidance system works!
    Negative emotions are like your GPS saying to you “Turn around”, “Turn around”, after taking a wrong turn. It’s signaling to you you’re stepping away from what is true for you.
  • You’re aware of the emotion so you’re not the emotion itself. If you were the emotion you would simply BE it and not notice that you’re experiencing a negative emotion.
    This is somewhat the same as No 1. You are not identified with the emotion. That emotion comes (and will go) as it’s not who you truly are.
  • Your emotions are in response to a belief you take up towards yourself and the world, in response to something you experience or what you think.
  • That belief you’re taking up is not right for who you truly are. If you switch your beliefs, you will feel good and you will know that that belief is in line with who you truly are.

Example:

  • You feel scared
  • You recognize that this is your True Self communicating to you that what you’re thinking isn’t true for who you really are.
  • You are aware of your emotions of feeling scared and you know that you are NOT the emotion itself. It’s something that comes and will go.
  • You trace that emotion back to thoughts you have in response to you learning that you will, for example,  lose your job. You’re thinking “I will never be able to pay the bills”, “I will never find a good job so soon”. All this confirms to you that “you’re not good enough (Limiting Belief)
  • Your True Self is communicating to you that what you’re thinking and believing isn’t true for who you really are. If you transform your belief to “I’m worthy, and capable to handle any situation” you will feel good and AT EASE and you will KNOW this is true for who you really are.

Finding your True Belief might take some time and that’s okay. Maybe at first, you find it hard to believe that you’re worthy. And if you think that (a lack belief about you not being worthy) and you feel bad about it (emotional guidance system), know that it’s your True Self communicating with you that what you’re believing isn’t true for who you really are.

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