Dealing with Emotions

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Today I got an assignment about an issue that touches us deeply and frequently in our day to day life. It is about dealing with emotions.
The heart, the third eye and the crown chakra are attractive to us, because these energy centers connect us with the higher realms that are so natural to us. But the real inner breakthroughs must now occur on a lower level, in the area of the lower chakras, closer to earth.
The area of the emotions is a vital area in our growth process towards freedom and wholeness. we are spiritual beings. We come from a plane of reality where the density and coarseness of earth reality was unknown to us. To cope with this has been difficult.
Throughout many lives we have tried to express our cosmic energy here on
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There are many moments in which such an inner knowingness comes to you. For instance, you may “know” something about someone without having really talked with him or her. You can sense something about the two of you that later on will play an important role in your relationship. Such things are not easy to grasp in words ' “simply a feeling” - and certainly not easily understood by the mind. (These are the moments in which your mind gets sceptical, telling you that you are making things up or are going crazy.
Feelings originate from the dimension of your Higher or Greater Self. You need to be quiet inside to catch those whispers in your heart. Emotions can disturb this inner silence and peace. Therefore it is vital to become emotionally calm and to heal and release repressed emotions. Only from your feeling which connects you to your soul can you make balanced decisions. By being quiet and peaceful, you can feel with all of your being what is right for you at a certain moment. Making decisions based on emotions is making decisions from a non-centered position. You need to release the emotions first and get in touch with your inner core where there is clarity.
I said that “feelings are your teachers and emotions are your children.” The parallels between “being emotional” and “being like a child” are striking. Your “inner child” is the seat of your emotions. Also there is a striking
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