Emotions and Confidence
Self-confidence has an immediate impact on emotions. And vice versa.
Many people belittle themselves because they can’t master their emotions, especially those related to fear. Like anxiety, worry, anguish, doubts, worries…
In this course, we will look for the source of our emotions, we will discover the importance of letting them flow and nourishing them positively, and finally I will offer you a meditation to find the Master in you. The inner Self who values themself and remains sovereign despite the stress.
What influences our emotions and makes us feel sometimes stressed, sometimes in a positive energy?
Here are 3 drivers: the external environment, our physical behaviour / attitudes and above all, the thoughts that we cultivate. Epictetus taught us: “It is not events that disturb people, it is their judgements concerning them”
In China, they talk less about emotion but much more about energy. Each element – fire, earth, metal, water, wood corresponds to emotions.
Emotions are seen as cyclical.
They generate and nourish themselves naturally. It is therefore more useful to allow them healthy expression / circulation than to self-censor them.
A good circulation of energy allows you not to be blocked in an inadequate emotion.
Stress management is ultimately life management.
Or in other words, how to manage everything that occurs and that worries us or makes us feel uncomfortable.
How to be happy in a world that does not seem at first glance to correspond to what our mind would want.
It’s all about trust. Trusting ourselves and trusting life and others.
Practising self-empathy is to express empathy towards yourself. Being able to look at yourself, talk to yourself, treat yourself with kindness and dare I say the word, with love. In this video I will describe the 5 steps of the practice of self-empathy: 1 welcome what is, 2 position yourself in a benevolent distance, 3 mark a time of silence, 4 let words or actions emerge, 5 take care of yourself.
Human beings need attention and consideration to fully express themselves and give the best of themselves. As adults, acknowledgement seems to take a back seat, especially at work.
So why are signs of acknowledgement so important? Why are they so little or so badly given? And especially how to give them?