Become more free; your emotional power

You almost always feel good. You love yourself. You feel emotionally free. You are at peace with what is now and with your past. You let go of what does not suit you (anymore). You can deal with what comes your way. You are aware of the information in your emotions and you use it to choose what suits you. You decide how you feel. You can handle situations and circumstances. You have few judgments and expectations and you are balanced.

Who is the boss? You or your emotions?
Your emotional power can grow if you stop following thoughts of resistance or let yourself be carried away by unpleasant emotions. Instead, you use the information from your emotions to feel your needs behind the emotions. That’s how you get to know it. You can then fulfill them. By using the information from your emotions to navigate how you want to feel, your emotional power grows.

Live free and free yourself from resistance
If you recognize yourself in the introductory description above, you are in your emotional power. You recognize and use your emotions to help you further. You have no resistance to what you feel. You wonder what needs are behind your emotions and experience more freedom.

Know your emotions to feel the way you want
You feel emotional power when you are free from resistance. You feel that you can deal with almost everything that presents itself. That is the result of being able to allow, sense and let go of resistances and obstacles. The more you can allow what you feel and what you find difficult, the more power and freedom you experience. For this you have to be in contact with your emotions and recognize them; and use the information from it to fulfill your underlying needs.

Being free is your natural state
By nature you are emotionally free. But during your life, various events create resistances and limiting thought patterns. Because of these resistances and limiting beliefs, you will avoid certain emotions or stop them flowing completely. Sometimes people have even built an emotional wall around them. The more you shield yourself, the more your emotional power decreases. You can also allow (dosed) thoughts and emotions and then let them go. You can consciously regain contact with your emotions and allow and feel them. Then all energy can flow again. With the topics of emotional power you can bring yourself closer to your natural behavior of admitting, feeling and letting go. You learn to use your emotions as a signpost to what suits you. You then become more proactive.

Examples of development questions
Here are some examples of common development questions in the field of emotional power. Maybe you recognize it or maybe you have another motivation to get started.

  • “How can I feel the way I want to?”
  • “How can I find and keep my balance?”
  • “How can I deal with those difficult situations?”
  • “How can I love myself more?”
  • “How can I be without that pain and hassle?”
  • “How do I make sure I stay within my limits?”
  • “How do I let go of that limiting belief?”

Examples of results achieved

  • “I appreciate myself now, and also what’s there.”
  • “I can see many things differently now, that breathes fresh air.”
  • “I feel free now that I have been able to let go of so much.”
  • “Now I understand how I can keep myself in balance.”
  • “I only do what feels really good and suits me.”
  • “Now I can deal with my emotions much better.”
  • “Others think I have become a much nicer person.”

Goals for your emotional power

Goal 1. Self love
When you love yourself and make yourself the most important thing in your life, you create space to accept that you are already great the way you are. With compassion and appreciation.

Goal 2. Letting go
If you know what you are resisting and think about it differently, you can sense the resistance and let it go so that you are no longer dependent on it.

Goal 3. Autonomy
If you know what your emotions say to you and choose what you react to, you can deal with situations. Or choose to get away from it.04-0
Staying in balance means continuously adjusting on various aspects. When you are at the controls, you can steer based on your signals by consciously distributing your attention and thus following your own rhythm.

Goal 5. Navigate
If you take responsibility for your own feelings and also know how you feel now and how you want to feel, you can find opportunities to navigate in that direction.