ABOUT Energy Healing

Emotions Innovation, LLC

We believe that happiness and optimal health require a balance of the mind and body. To us, this means that if the actual energy of emotions is out of whack, your emotional state may suffer. Like a virus, our premise is that negative energy can affect our emotions, but with mindfulness and emotional healing through energy work, we can combat negative energy and begin to

feel better.

The "Weight" of Emotional Energy

Take a moment to think about the physical impact the energy of emotion can have on you. You can feel the dread of a late-night unexpected phone call in the pit of your stomach. When you see someone you care for dearly, your heart may race at the sight of them. When things are going well and positive emotional energy abounds, you may feel a lightness, like your head is in the clouds; or you might feel physically energetic.

What you may be feeling are the palpable effects of the energy of emotion. We even use the phrase “like a weight was lifted off my shoulders” when a heavy stressor is removed from our lives. While we often feel like negative energy weighs us down, we may also get the feeling that positive energy lifts us up.

Observe and Review Your Emotions

 

Life is a crazy ride, and it takes work. Emotional healing is part of that ride, and while it will take some dedication and focus on your part, these efforts can help you weather the storms of emotion as energy. With practice, the energy work of emotional healing can help you lessen the effect of negative energies on your emotional well-being.

It is easy to recognize the negative emotions of specific, traumatic events. However, there may also be times when you physically feel something is not right in your life, but you can’t quite identify the cause. Let’s use the water analogy once more.

Is this a result of the slow drip-drip-drip of an unhealthy work environment? Is a toxic personal relationship chipping away at your emotional well-being? Don’t try stuff your emotions. Eventually, they will overflow, at times resulting in an unnecessary flood of devastation that cannot be contained or controlled..