Mourning our Disappointments

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Learning how to handle our disappointments is a big part of life, and being happy in our life.  It can be small such as not getting something we really want to divorce or death of someone we love.  I believe that these disappointments accumulate as pain in our emotional painbody in our energy field.  If this painbody is not dealt with, we begin to experience problems with fears, anxieity, depression, emotional problems, and even mental illness.

Each disappointment is our life is similar to a death in that we must give up our expectation of a certain outcome that we hoped for. We must grieve and mourn this loss.  If we grieve for this loss after each experience, we prevent accumulating this pain in our painbody. Most people repress this pain in the hope that it will go away.  Some people self medicate with drugs or alcohol to dull and repress this pain.

The truth is that this pain never goes away as it remains stored in our emotional painbody in our energy field.  Another problem with this unresolved pain is that it will cause us to project these past experiences onto our current day life causing us to experience fear, anxiety, anger, resentment, etc. that may be out of proportion to what we currently are experiencing.  Many times, we may hear others commenting, “you are overreacting or blowing things out of proportion.” This is because we are projecting our past experiences onto our current day life.

Mourning or grieving means to feel the pain, and I have cried so many tears recently for all my past disappointments and losses. I call this Emotional Release Practice.   Try to do this in a safe environment while alone, and give yourself the time to feel sad. Give yourself permission to feel whatever emotions you feel in the moment.  Try not to react to these emotions, but sit with it until it passes.  As you re-experience these emotions, it will become easier and easier to face.  Soon you will have healed and released this pain to allow you to move forward in your life no longer carrying around this pain with you. Healing light, Brooke (Copyright 2014 Kundalini Spirit with All Rights Reserved)


4 comments on “Mourning our Disappointments

  1. Nice piece, Brooke. But I think that pain is a direct result of two factors. The first is fear. In relation to your piece I think it is the fear of the unknown, the fear that you will not find what you once had, or you may undergo that hurt that you endured before. The second, is attachment. Attachment to the past in relation to your past. The cure to all of this is simply letting go. Hard to do, but also the only true way to self-liberation.


    • Thanks for your thoughtful and insightful comments. Mourning or grieving as I used in my emotional release practice is a form of letting go or what I explain in earlier posts as acceptance of what is happening to us. I try to distill down to practice how to “let go.” When i tell others to “let go,” they really don’t understand what that means. Thanks for taking time to comment! Blessings, Brooke


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