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Exercises for distress relief

Exercises for distress relief

Live out your feelings:

Feelings burn energy, just like thoughts - except that a feeling has a higher calorific value than a thought.

If a person has learned not to show their feelings, then they are pushed more and more into the subconscious. They no longer experience them consciously. They can no longer feel them consciously. This leads to a dangerous build-up of energy. It also leads to an unrealistic view of the world, as our attitude to our environment is shaped by the feelings that dominate us.

  • Learn to recognize your own true feelings!
  • Consciously experience your emotions!


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