3. Lock in your progress.
Use this affirmation as often as needed. Breathe and say this while connecting to the emotion of gratitude “I am grateful for this emotion and what it can teach me.”
Linking any thoughts with emotion helps to actually change you. It’s what manifestation is all about. Thoughts and feelings together are very powerful.
4. Be mindful of your new relationship to emotions.
With some presence and practice, you will begin to see how your ideas around emotions are shifting. You become lighter and more willing to have a different emotional experience.
Each time this is practiced you become more aware of your own behaviors, habits, and thoughts. Self-awareness will be your reward.
Want to know more about how you can handle your emotional triggers? Read Healing Your Emotional Triggers: 5 Ways to Be Less Reactive
Allow yourself to process and move forward. Do not push yourself to observe and learn if you’re having a natural resistance to it. Be patient and use your intuition to let you know when to release.
Written by Nicole LePera
Originally Appeared In The Holistic Psychologist
Emotional triggers can sometimes be tough to deal with, but once you know what they are, you will be able to work on them. The key to inculcating positivity in your life is knowing how to handle your triggers and not letting them control you all the time.
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