Embracing Emotional Seasons

Can we embrace all seasons? Accepting they all hold a purpose? They all a very necessary part of the cycle of life?
 
We spend much of our lives wishing away the winter season, the sad seasons, the angry, frustrated and mad seasons. Our emotions have cycles and sometimes we do not allow them to run their cycle or we play some over and over not allowing ourselves to enter into the next one.
 
But what would happen if in the micro-moments when “unpleasurable” emotions arise we were to be with it, be with the season of that feeling. Acknowledge it. Feel it. Translate it. Let go of all the conditioning around it and allow it to pass through. Not giving power over to it but instead observing it.
 
For me what unfolds is a recognition, and appreciation for its unseen beauty. While it may feel uncomfortable (because we are not used to doing it) or it may feel inconvenient (for we prefer to be in summer/happy season always) there is a new profound...
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EP#14 Spoken Word: Emotional Sovereignty: This is our mastery

 

This is a small #soundbyte I recorded recently and I felt called with and invite you into a space of deeper contemplation on how you choose to relate to your emotions, your body and to your internal and external environment.

If this piece speaks to you then I invite you to share it with someone else who needs to hear this message. There is so many more like this within ORIGEN Home. If you are curious to explore click here.

I hope you enjoy,

With love,

Niamh 

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Emotional Epidemic

attuneme emotions remember Sep 24, 2019

Our human bodies were designed to be intuitive vessels so that we can feel and interpret the vast amount of information in our environment. In today's world, we are experiencing an emotional epidemic. We have forgotten how to feel.

In some ways, this is not our fault. We are holding onto so much suppressed emotional trauma and memory in our bodies. Our body is a storehouse of memory. It stores all emotional memory including that which is passed on from our parents, our ancestors, and even our collective past. As a result, we have become so numb to feeling and we now live in a world operating from a very limited capacity to translate and connect with our environment and each other consciously.

When an emotion is triggered, if we do not allow ourselves to feel the full spectrum of that emotion, it fragments causing us to disassociate and lose touch with our true sensory awareness. Just as from childhood we can take on learned behaviors from our parents, as a collective we have taken...

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