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Not everything you feel is an emotion.
There are emotions and then there are the effects of emotions. But
all emotions can cause incoherence.
You know you are incoherent when your decisions are wrong, and take you down the path of self-destruction or hurting yourself or someone else. When you can't hear what someone is saying. When you find your attention wandering. When you are not present.
Some emotions' energy goes outward, other emotions' energy goes inward.
Either type of emotions,
- in a weak person, wreak havoc and cause devastation. A strong person can harness their outward emotions to move mountains, to accomplish, to achieve, to grow.
- And a strong person can accept their inward going emotions as not necessary, and let them go.
- Outward emotions are, for example, anger, rage, hate, and it takes a person who can pick their battles to concentrate their energy to a positive outcome.
- Inward emotions are, for example, fear, anxiety, worry, jealousy, envy, regret, shame, etc. These are not useful, they definitely and always cause incoherence, and either destroy you, or make you shrink to near nothing.
Harnessing and redirecting strong energies, or taking the sting out of useless inward pointing energies take recognition, energy, and practice.
And an even higher skill is to redirect fear based emotions to put a rocket in your butt... i.e. make them constructive.
But before you can do any of those, you need to restore coherence.
Allegedly the Buddha said that he had anger, spite, hate, etc. emotions, but they subsided so fast that an outsider could not detect it... The Buddha had the ultimate skill in restoring coherence... the smooth surface of the lake... you could say.
Coherence is attainable at any point, no matter what the emotion is.
Most people have never done it, most people have never even heard about it.
As an empath, I can tell what was there underneath: incoherence mainly caused by a sense of overwhelm. That there was too much going on, that there was no rhyme and reason for what what going on, and the people containing had no center.
A strong person means a person with a strong center.
There are lots of tiny distinctions that are needed to recognize and redirect energies... But the most important requirement of anyone attempting to develop a strong center is to manage your attention.
Horses that are put to work, race horses, horses that pull carriages, need to wear a blinder. Why? Because there is too much irrelevant information, energies that cause incoherence in the environment.
You need to invent your own blinder so you can stay in your center. It's a proportions issue.
If you spend most of your time in your center, then you can have a strong center... Your mind is NOT your center!
Yesterday I watched a video of marshal arts, sensei vs. student. The student had rage, but it was not directed at the opponent, because it conflicted with reverence. Incoherence resulted. A friend of the student skillfully acknowledged the reverence, and in that moment the anger could be redirected. The student beat the sensei. Confusion, conflicting feelings are like the subway platform: take you out of your center.
You can only develop anything strong if it takes concentrated effort to maintain it. That is the principle of body building, and that is the principle of center-building.
The most important "aspect" of you that you need to be able to master is your attention.
Nowadays everyone seems to say, proudly, that they have ADD, but they are lying. It's not ADD (ADD is a specific brain dysfunction). They are undisciplined, like an untrained dog, jumping on everyone...
It is time to learn to discipline yours attention, whether you are in public or alone.
And like with everything, it is easier to learn something with training wheels... My energy remedies are like training wheels: they make the distracting emotions weaker, so it takes less discipline to pull back your attention and stay in your center.
And I also provide a controlled environment: all and every one of my connection meditation videos will make it clear to you whether your attention is in your center or has wandered away. Once you are good at disciplining your attention when you are doing the meditation, you can graduate to "meditative living" which is a zen way of being: being unfrazzled by the environment and its millions of hooks to steal your Self.
Here are the remedies I recommend, on my Energy Remedies by Sophie site
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