emotionalslide

Welcome feelings. Release & move stagnant emotion. Gain emotional intelligence. Deep dive into the emotional body. Stop avoiding. You are human, and humans feel.

 

With this work you will develop:

    • Tools to release emotions - even alone in your daily life
    • Awareness and understanding of your reality by moving stagnant emotions
    • An emotional intelligence, which is an inner resilient capacity

 

    • Control of your emotional body

      Also called the pain body as Eckart Tolle describes it: "It is an accumulation of painful life experience that was not fully faced and accepted in the moment it arose. It leaves behind an energy form of emotional pain. It comes together with other energy forms from other instances, and so after some years you have a “painbody,” an energy entity consisting of old emotion.



  • An ability to bring into the light what has become a shadow. 


In the field of psychology, a shadow is a term used to refer to the parts within us that we may try to hide or deny. The name was originally coined and explored by Swiss psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, Carl Jung. 
It comprises of the aspects of our personality that we tend to deem shameful, unacceptable, ugly. It can be envy, jealousy, rage, lust, desire for power or the wounds incurred in childhood – all of those we keep hidden. 

You can say it is one’s dark side of himself. And no matter what anyone says, everyone has a dark side to their personality.


Jung believes that when the human Shadow is shunned, it tends to sabotage our lives. Repressing or suppressing one’s shadow can result in addictions, low self-esteem, mental illness, chronic illnesses, and various neuroses.

"Beneath the social mask we wear every day, we have a hidden shadow side: an impulsive, wounded, sad, or isolated part that we generally try to ignore. The Shadow can be a source of emotional richness and vitality, and acknowledging it can be a pathway to healing and an authentic life."

– Steve Wolf

by Federica Clemente