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3 ways to detox your emotions.

Emotions are a gift of life; they allow us to feel the entire range of what it is to be alive. When we have a healthy relationship with our emotional experiences, from sadness to joy, we can appreciate what each has to give. If you find yourself overreacting to events or withdrawing, emotional cleansing may be beneficial.



You won't have to look far for cleansing instructions. These are often focused on body cleaning; eating clean, taking digestive herbs, sweating, and drinking plenty of water. An emotional cleansing, on the other hand, incorporates many of the same concepts, but with some important additions.

By maintaining your physical body, you may prepare for emotional cleansing. Daily exercise, staying hydrated, getting adequate sleep, eating a balanced diet, and avoiding alcohol and caffeine are all recommended as critical stages. Once the preparation is complete, a multi-step procedure that involves the following three components:



1. Clear your mind

This is about creating space so that we may work with our emotions more clearly. A critical component of this phase is identifying what triggers you and areas in your life where you become more reactive. Once you've identified what triggers your sympathetic nervous system (that fight or flight response), you may work on calming yourself down. Activate your vagus nerve with physical activity, yoga, prayer, embracing, or laughing.


2. Reflect

Self-reflection is a cognitive process, whereas self-awareness is a sensory process. The need of being aware of the space between the two. “The interior journey is about bridging the divide, confronting your inner bully (ego), and allowing yourself to experience the feeling while receiving the blessing of your raw emotions.” The approach to bridge the two is to have a healthy conversation with your body, observing your bodily feelings as feedback to respectful self-inquiry.



3. Create boundaries

This stage is about developing an awareness of the present moment, letting go of fear, and establishing internal boundaries. Cultivate a sense of safety, stability, and strength. This stage is about developing an awareness of the present moment, letting go of fear, and establishing internal boundaries.

 






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