I get really jealous.
I get really angry.
It can be hard sometimes not to want to push those feelings away and be a perfect rainbow flavored sparkle light of joy all the time.
Haha, I wish. But let’s get real. Everyone gets pissed off and jealous at times.
And if I don’t own it, feel it and then let it go, I end up depressed. Owning my emotions (especially the harder ones to deal with), feeling them and then letting them go makes me feel way more alive than trying to fight them.
The powerful 3 step process that I’m sharing with you this week was Andrew’s idea. He watched me lead it on a call, screaming and bashing pillows, so it was hard to look away…
…and found it so useful that he wanted me to share it with you in a video. It not only helps you see what parts of your jealousy and anger are yours to own but which parts (if any) are caused by whoever you’re angry at. This is a process for feeling your emotions, owning them, and…the most important part, letting them go.
If you’re struggling with any difficult emotions right now, or you find yourself blaming people in your life for situations, this practice is incredibly useful. I’ve found that it’s really changed my life. Try the powerful process for yourself below.