Yesterday, I got upset at The Mister. It was over something small. But it was an irritation I had. I could feel my emotions snowballing. Rolling down a hill into a fiery lava pit.
Have you ever experienced one of those moments? Where you feel like you lost complete control of your emotions?
Later in the day my sister called. And she asked a questions that provoked discomfort and I started crying. I couldn’t stop it. Just like earlier; my emotions. Snowballing.
I’ve been getting a lot of energy work done lately. Some with Caroline Bobart (who I am building a site for) and other work with Lori-Lyn Hurley. Some of this work has been me establishing new boundaries with the people in my life. It seems I have a tendency to want to keep everyone safe and kind of work as a buffer at times. Caroline believes this is some of the physical weight I have been holding onto.
After having those emotional rages the past couple days, it is clear to me that I AM indeed reestablishing my boundaries. Both scenarios were queued by opposing opinions.
What did I learn from all of this? It’s good. Great even, to speak your truth even if you can’t be “right” and it’s important to take a stand for yourself and your beliefs. I don’t think I’ll ever stray away from the rule of always doing what feels good to me. Every time I listen to that, I experience more joy in my life. As do those around me.