It has been said many times that we need to “get out of the way” of our brain. But what exactly does that mean? In this episode we go over this topic in a way so that we can get back to our daily “being”.
The topic of not getting out of the way of our brain is usually related to our emotions. This is because emotions have a way of changing us, altering our thoughts and actions. That is, we can affect the way that people act on a moment-to-moment basis. If we’re angry, we feel more angry and, if we’re sad, we feel sadder. So as a general rule, we may use our emotions to modify our behavior.
So how do we get outside of our emotional wheelhouse? Here’s a good idea: When you feel an emotion, make a conscious decision to stop the emotion. This will typically stop the emotion and stop you from acting on the emotion.
People often feel that they have to control their emotions.
This is usually because they have a fear of being hurt, but that is a false fear. The real fear is that they don’t want to feel more pain. They want their emotions to be free. Of course, a natural tendency is to want to hurt you, but we tend to avoid hurting ourselves. Even if we were able to control ourselves and stop ourselves from acting out our emotions, we would still be acting from a place of fear.
We all have our own way of acting out our emotions. It’s just a question of how much we are willing to be hurt. That is, of course, to some extent, up to our own ability. You know, if you’re going to play with my emotions and see how much you can hurt me. (Well, that’s how I feel most of the time, anyway.
We all have our own way of acting out our emotions. Its just a question of how much we are willing to be hurt. That is, of course, to some extent, up to our own ability. You know, if youre going to play with my emotions and see how much you can hurt me. Well, thats how I feel most of the time, anyway.
For me, the biggest trigger for anger is someone that I can’t stand, let alone hate. Its pretty much that simple. All I have to do is watch the pain, and it turns into an angry rage. It’s a question of how strong the person is and where their pain is, how much I can push them over the edge. It’s a question of whether I’m willing to hurt them.
I know Ive told people I dont like certain people. But I usually dont see it until I have to. I don’t care all that much if someone is a total bitch, because I can always feel why they are, no matter what. But when I see people I dont like getting hurt, it makes me feel like I need to step up and help.
At the risk of sounding weird, there is a part of me that is constantly wanting to help people. I want to help them when they are in pain, and I want to help them when they are hurt. I know that sounds strange, but thats because I am not a trained professional. I can think, feel and act like a professional however I choose.