Bottling up emotions?

Do you ever find yourself in those moments when you suppress your emotions? It’s a common experience, often stemming from our innate fear of being vulnerable. Many of us tend to shy away from diving into these emotions. However, it’s crucial to empathise with the impact on our bodies when we bottle up our feelings:

🌸 It takes a toll on our mental health, potentially leading to a multitude of issues.

🌸 It can have adverse effects on our physical well-being, resulting in sleep disruptions, diminished sleep quality, and a persistent feeling of being overheated and fatigued. In response, we may seek solace in coffee, alcohol, or unhealthy foods, which in turn sparks inflammation in our bodies.

🌸 Our emotional well-being suffers as a consequence. We may experience anger, frustration, or sadness, but keeping these emotions bottled up allows them to accumulate over time, hindering the natural flow of our emotional energy.

🌸 Our energy levels become compromised, leading to blockages that affect our entire being, from our physical health to our mental state and spiritual vitality.

🌸 It also takes a toll on our relationships with others. When we suppress our emotions and fail to express our true desires, it leaves those around us unaware of our needs. This, in turn, can undermine the depth and authenticity of our relationships. If we withhold and invest only half of ourselves in a relationship, the other person is likely to sense it and respond in kind.

So, I ask you, in light of this understanding and empathy, do you still believe it’s worth bottling up your emotions?

Published by Stephanie Schueller

Stephanie is a Singapore certified Reiki Practitioner since 2018 and was taught the authentic Usui method of Rei-ki as it was founded and taught by Dr Mikao Usui in the early 1900s.

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