Emotion and Sensations

Emotions and Sensations

In my Mindful Resilience Program, I spend several weeks on the felt sensations we feel in our body, and then link those to the emotions that come and go with being a human being.

For example: Anger is most commonly felt as hot, tight, pulsing or throbbing energy in the fists and face, while sadness is most felt as cold, heavy, constricted energy in the chest and throat.

Being able to identify the felt sensations first, and then naming the emotion in conjunction with the sensation is key in the building blocks of resilience.

(**because I practice this I am much more able to be supportive and nurturing to those around me)

Connect with me personally if you want more information, and/or just to talk through this process!