Feel It To Heal It. ~ Kute Blackson

Via on Dec 16, 2012

What feelings are you suppressing?

What feelings are you disconnecting from?

What feelings are you afraid of feeling and acknowledging within your self?

All of your feelings are a gift.

Yet we often judge feelings as good or bad. We often try to eliminate the bad ones and feel only the good ones. However, in doing so, you end up disconnecting from the full range of your heart, self-expression and power.

To the degree that you suppress what you might think of as the negative feelings is to the degree that you also disconnect from your capacity to fully experience the positive feelings.

Ultimately, there are no good or bad feelings.

Feelings are just energy moving through your body. Every feeling is a signal, which if you pay attention to it will point you in the direction of something that you actually need to deal with, a part of you that needs loving compassion or needs to be released.

Even the feelings you label as bad are simply a signal. They are like a fire alarm trying to get you to pay attention to a part of yourself. If you don’t listen, the signal gets louder and louder until you do. If you keep suppressing the feelings, they end up coming out most likely anyway in a not so gracious way (for example: You lose it or have a meltdown and explode!).

When you suppress your authentic feelings, they remain incomplete and are buried deeply within you. You often end up recreating situations and relationships in your life based on those old incomplete feelings, as there is a deep impulse within us to complete what is incomplete.

What you might call “bad” feelings show you the parts of yourself that need love and healing. Healing is applying love to the parts of yourself that are hurting. When you hold a space of compassion for yourself and the full range of your feelings without any judgment, this compassion has a transformative effect.

As children, we learn to disconnect from our authentic feelings.

We disconnect as a way to avoid pain, hurt, rejection, shame etc. And it becomes a survival mechanism we use to function and protect ourselves. That way of being may have “worked” for us as children to survive, but take this way of being into our adulthood and you end up recreating those same incomplete childhood patterns over and over. It only creates suffering.

The feelings that you suppress, or are unwilling to acknowledge and embrace will run you.

The feelings that you are unable to have will end up having you.

When you suppress your real feelings, whether anger, sadness, or hurt—over time, you might end up finding yourself feeling depressed, heavy, irritated and lacking in aliveness. The heaviness is a sign that you are suppressing feelings, and ends up clouding your ability to feel joy in the present moment.

No feeling lasts forever.

But we are sometimes afraid to feel the feelings we think are bad, because we are worried we will stay stuck there. Know this: all feelings pass. None are permanent. To the degree you can feel them, you will let them go and feel more alive.

So do not resist the negative feelings, feel them fully with total awareness while connecting to the sensations in your body. They will move through you and dissolve.

Similarly, no positive feelings will last forever either.

When you feel a positive feeling simply feel it fully with total awareness, without trying to make it stay and you might find yourself experiencing it longer. What often happens is in an effort to keep the “good” feelings we try to make them stay which creates a contraction. In doing, so we start to lose the positive feelings even more quickly!

When you are willing to embrace and love the dark in you, you are then able to more fully embrace your light.

However, let me be clear, it is not about wallowing in your negativity and using those dark feelings as an excuse. Feeling authentically isn’t wallowing or indulging. It is simply about acknowledging and integrating what your feelings have to share with you and allowing them to move through you in a healthy way.

Ultimately you are not your feelings, whether good or bad. You are beyond them all. Your relationship with your feelings is as important as the feelings themselves. No need to be afraid or run away from them.

Your feelings are a portal into a deeper dimension of yourself and thus a deeper dimension of your own Divinity and freedom.

Your feelings are a gift. Sometimes you just need to patiently unwrap them, so you can find the important message inside.

When you feel it, you heal it.

And when you heal it, you can be more of the real you that you are meant to be.

Take an honest look; it’s time. Love.

Now.

 

Kute Blackson is an utterly unique visionary in the world of human potential. Unlike those who promise to simply help people “get” what they want, Kute’s life work instead reveals to people what they have to give, by liberating who they are most truly and deeply. The focus: Freedom. World renowned for creating revolutionary results, Kute is creating a world-shift in consciousness and is widely known as a transformational facilitator, speaker and leader. Today, the venue for his message may be one-on-one, a vast stadium setting, experiential seminars and transformational travel intensives all of over the world. Kute has an energy that is so powerful and complete, one cannot leave his presence without a recollection and feeling of what love truly is, true love, who they have been all along. His transformative and healing energy is sought out worldwide. Kute is a bold voice for a new generation.

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Editor: Edith Lazenby

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One Response to “Feel It To Heal It. ~ Kute Blackson”

  1. Gabriela says:

    I agree. However, my first encounter with my negative thoughts/feelings was an unexpected and unpleasant one. As you mentioned, it can be a dark place and it takes resilience and courage not to get stuck. Courage to dettach yourself and watch those emotions from a distance so you can trace their root and find a solution.

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