Energy Healing Techniques to Help You Gain Greater Control of Your Emotions

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  • Author Christine Plumb
  • Published February 15, 2022
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These Energy Healing Techniques Will Help You Deal with Low Energy by Taking Control of Your Emotions Instead of Running Away From Them

Have you ever been sapped of energy by your highly emotional life experiences? You know, the ones that leave you feeling exhausted as the day progresses?

You drag yourself along throughout the day praying the veil of heaviness leaves and then regain ground on the energy front, only to find out the veil gets heavier and heavier as the days go on.

You could have emotional toxicity holding you back and hindering your daily potential and vital energy.

This blog will explain emotional toxicity, how that relates to low energy, and provide an analogy and some strategies that will empower you to better deal with these issues.

Energy Healing Techniques to Take Control of Your Emotions and Deal with Low Energy

When there is a strong emotion surging through your body it creates chemicals, and some of those chemicals can become toxic to you.

At this point, you’re highly stressed, and these emotions are unresolved, so there is no break in the emotional chain and no true rest for the body, mind and soul. This effect is known as emotional toxicity.

One of the primary emotions we feel is grief.

Grief is a fight/flight emotion because it is associated with survival. It is also an amygdala emotion, and when we feel grief, a hormone called adrenaline is released as a response.

Adrenaline helps you react to a perceived threat. But once that threat passes, another hormone kicks in called cortisol, which is a hormone that can make you feel exhausted.

So now you’re thinking, “Holy smokes, is grief a threat?”

Well, it sort of is and it sort of isn’t. Let me share an analogy with you.

Emotions a-knockin’ at the door

You're sitting at the kitchen table enjoying a cup of tea, and there’s a knock at the front door. You open the door and immediately are faced with grief - an old friend you know all too well and thought you’d dealt with already.

Instantly, you slam the door shut. You go back to your tea and decide it's just not worth letting that grief back into your home.

The last time grief showed up in your life it resulted in you devolving into that deep ugly cry, curled up in the fetal position, and you found yourself embarrassed and exhausted as you slowly awakened from your sobbing hot mess.

You swore you were not about to let yourself succumb to that again. So there you sit, with grief on one side of the door and you on the other.

Then you hear it knock again, and a hit of adrenaline makes you jump, so you decide to move to a different room.

Moving further away from grief seems reasonable, and you start to settle into a good book, but it happens again. However, this time the knocking is loud and the doorbell starts to ring. So you put on a TV show and attempt to drown out the noise of grief.

Winding down now, you decide it’s bedtime and you know you need to relax so you have a cup of chamomile tea and get all nestled into bed.

Then, just when you get to the beautiful, dreamy, almost asleep space, that damned doorbell rings again and your mind starts to race.

“No! Not GRIEF! Not again! Not now!” you cry, while the mental and emotional turmoil leaves you feeling raw and vulnerable.

It's 3 a.m., you're exhausted, and you’re lying awake in fear, wondering if grief is going to come back again.

You wake up the next day feeling sapped of energy and you know grief is near and it wants to move in - you just know it.

At this point, you feel defeated and you spend the next week avoiding grief and feeling exhausted as a result.

This is an unfortunate pattern that can go on for weeks, months, or in some cases years if it's not dealt with.

Now, let's look at this from a different perspective.

Inviting your emotions in for tea

You're sitting at the kitchen table enjoying your cup of tea when along comes grief, and it knocks on the front door.

But this time you do a quick body scan to make sure it's grief. You confirm within yourself that indeed, it is, and you quickly realize you’ve already dealt with this monster in the past and it wasn't very pretty.

Moving forward, you find yourself on the other side of the door and you say, “GRIEF! I know it's you. I know how you work, and I know you want to consume me! So, here's the deal: I’m going to open up the door and let you in, but only for 10 minutes! I'm going to set the timer on the stove and when it dings you’ve got to go, but I promise to give you all of my attention for 10 minutes.”

So you go over to the stove and set the timer for 10 minutes and then open the door, allowing the grief to slowly move in. You grab your pen and some paper and write down everything grief has to share with you. You write down all the hurt, with as much description as possible, until you hear the ding of the stove timer.

But as you look up after hearing the ding you realize grief has already left your home.

This analogy offers a great example of how taking control of your grief gives you the opportunity to deal with it and defuse it, instead of ignoring it to the point where you’re no longer getting a good night's sleep, and you’re fighting to keep it away from you.

This method allows you to temporarily permit grief to “Come on in,” rather than spending all that energy running away from it.

Consciously deciding when you have time and energy to deal with your grief, and doing so in a healthy way, empowers you so you can stop running from grief and invite it in for tea - on your terms.

When that emotion is knocking on your door, you have to take the time to honour yourself, heal, and save your energy by allowing for a safe way to cope.

Otherwise, that emotion banging on the door can lead to greater emotional toxicity and keep you from living your best life because your brain is having to work really hard to keep thinking of ways to keep grief out.

These healing techniques work to prevent emotional toxicity, and can even stop it altogether.

Reaching out for help and healing techniques

Sometimes stress becomes too much and you know you need support.

This is where someone like me, who’s trained in specialized kinesiology, can really help.

We use advanced acupressure, along with muscle testing to help you narrow down exactly which emotion is at the root of your exhaustion and possible emotional toxicity.

By using advanced energy healing techniques, like emotional stress release, attitude with essence, and specific chakra attunements, I can help you to deconstruct that which no longer serves you and reconstruct how you want it to be.

I use a variety of support tools in my 1-hour long emotional release sessions, including sound healing, visualization, essential oils, advanced amygdala support, and gentle specific massage, which can all help to create a new blueprint for how you want to react when emotions come a-knockin’.

A session with me can give you greater confidence and peace of mind by knowing you have the strength to better cope with your emotions, and the strategies to defuse the negative stress associated with them.

This will leave you feeling calm, centred and focused and get you back on top, with vital energy and better emotional regulation.

Helping you live the life you love more naturally,

Christine Plumb

For over 25 years, Christine Plumb has helped hundreds of people find freedom from pain and create balance in their lives. Her passion is for inspiring individuals on their health and wellness journeys, helping them grow on all levels. She believes that healthy individuals lead to healthy communities and a better world for everyone.

Visit the Plumb Center For Integrative Learning & Wellness at plumbcenterwellness.com.

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