Healing Coaching: Three emotions that can heal.

from On September 29, 2015

Healing Coaching: Three emotions that can heal.

Healing Coaching: Three emotions that can Heal. Science has identified three emotions and feelings healers of the body and soul: Gratitude, Love and Faith. Those emotions and feelings can be cultivated to feel happier, more creative, improve relations with others and better resist infections and diseases.

What are the emotions that heal?

Faith: Prayer, Optimism, Hope, Courage, Letting go, Flow, Trust, Responsiveness, Devotion, Protection.
Love: Politeness, Honesty, Respect, Service, Understanding, Compassion, Sharing, Self-giving, Tenderness, Forgiveness, Commitment, Unconditional Love.
Gratitude: Appreciation, Feeling of being loved, Acceptance, blessings, Satisfaction, Gratitude, Openness of Heart, Smile, Simplicity, Laughter, Wonder, Contemplation, Joy.

The 3 dimensions of emotion

Emotion is not a thought, it is corporeal and has several components:

Neurophysiological: The emotion vector is the autonomous nervous system. The emotion is transmitted via hormones, chemical messengers that travel in the blood, inform remote receptors  and induce physiological states.
Expressive: Emotion is visible and understandable by muscle movement and facial expression.
Subjective: It is colored by our judgment, linked to our past experiences. Facing the same stimulus, two people will not have  the same emotion. Emotion is to differentiate the feeling that is in the order of thought and that has no physiological component, it is not visible from the outside because it remains in the mind but it succeeds an emotion and can also evoke an emotion.

How to use these emotions to be happy and improve your health?

We use the human capacity to provoke emotions by thought. The same way that the reminder of a painful event is able to make us cry, evoking a situation  which has sparked a happy emotion makes us feel it again. Real or fictitious, whatever. What matters at this stage is the happy emotion and it’s intense feeling.  Furthermore, observing an inner feeling reinforces the range and physiological power. Your brain loves comfort and these emotions are comfortable for him.  He will remember and will come back to those emotions. With cardiac coherence, you are adding a physiological payoff to the reward of positive feeling.  Indeed, cardiac coherence induces a nervous and emotional regulation that causes a state of physical comfort. By practicing cardiac coherence while experiencing a positive feeling, you reward yourself when feeling a positive emotion! Your heart and your body will love. Your brain will love. He will learn very  quickly! Imagine a child whom we gratify every time he plays or laughs by laughing with him. It is likely to become a happy child. In your brain, what’s  happening? You have reinforced the neural network of the brain circuits involved with this emotion. In other words, you have widened the path that leads  to emotion. You have cleared and you have improved the lighting. Therefore, it will be easier to take the next time a situation allows the expression. Gradually, you gain emotional reflexes. The path will seem more tempting and you will run through it more often. You will know it’s details like the back  of your pocket and you will gladly travel through. That’s how gentleness, contentment, trust and other emotions that heal will slowly become dominant  features of your personality. The emotions that cure will become second nature to you. There are, of course, side effects to this medication.  But it’s for a good cause. You will have less tolerance to negative emotions that come to you. Not to negative events but to negative emotions.  When they happen, they won’t be pleasant and you will tend not to let them settle in. It’s normal. When you get used to comfort, it’s hard to let go.

Example: cultivate the feeling of being loved

From brain imaging, it was observed that the feelings of altruism, compassion and joy for each other, dear to Buddhism, are connected to an intense  activity of the left prefrontal cortex, an area involved in feelings of well-being , positive emotions and the step back from the negative emotions. In traditional Buddhist practice, it is recommended to start by stimulating our own desire for happiness and to extend it to others. First the loved ones, and other beings, friends and enemies, humans, animals and plants. Such advice raises self-love which is the basis of universal love. Psychology confirms the crucial importance of self-esteem as a basic mental balance in any harmonious relationship. We can only love healthily from the love received and the feeling of being loved ourselves. The great monotheistic religions such as Hinduism, Judaism or Christianity celebrate the unconditional love of God for human. Altruism and compassion are the keys to happiness for Buddhists, as love of neighbor is the key to the kingdom of God for Christians. These feelings are inseparable from the feeling of being loved and of gratitude. At Harvard, Dr. McClelland asked people to meditate, thinking of all those who, in their lives, had been good to them. The number of T cells (marker of the quality of immunity) increased in these individuals in significant proportions. Like the guinea pigs of Dr. McClelland, we can focus a moment on all those who loved us, who provided us care or tenderness or simply provided a service. At any time, we can improve our wellbeing by feeling the emotions and feelings that love has given us.

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Source: http://www.pravaha.be/3-emotions-qui-guerissent/

Traduction: Serge N.




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