Catch and Release: The Path To Vibrant Living

For many years I was experiencing a lot of fear and I didn’t even know it. It was only when I started to do personal work in my early thirties that I realized how much fear I had. Due to that fear, I was tense all the time, always obsessed with outcomes, always projecting into the future. This constant stage of alertness and tension were creating great results but the suffering inside myself was greater than the achievements I was able to generate. Deep inside, I was hoping for joy, serenity and fulfillment.

As I started working with healers, therapists, artists and spiritual teachers from many traditions, I discovered the absolute necessity to do my emotional clearing in order to access my healership and my spirituality. I truly understood that vibrant living always anchors at the spiritual level and requires a continuous focus on our emotional dimension.

There are many approaches that can help you clear and balance your emotional dimension so that you can expand and feel vibrant.

One technique I like to use is what I call, the Catch and Release technique.

Your first job is to keep an eye on your emotional status. How are you feeling? Check in often throughout your day. Be aware and catch the quality of the emotions you are experiencing. Your emotions will give you lots of insights to what is going on in your life.

Once you are aware, realize that you don’t need to understand why you are feeling what you are feeling; simply witness and eventually release. This approach will help you connect deeper to your spiritual reality.

Choose a way of being that does not need to analyze everything. Shift from understanding to experiencing and acknowledging. You will relax, become more spacious, and you will raise your vibration.

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