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4 Step Technique To Help Tame Emotional Pain

The emotional pain of loss, conflict, or break-ups can leave deep

wounds. We often feel the harmful effects in our body, mind, and

soul.

















The emotional pain of loss, conflict, or break-ups can leave deep

wounds. We often feel the harmful effects in our body, mind, and

soul.


Follow this 4-step process:


Step 1:


Put all your thoughts and pain in a letter.

- Pull out pen and paper and write a letter you won't be sending. No one will see this except you, so have no worries about how it looks or how you spell.

- Research shows that writing things out with pen and paper has a

positive effect upon the brain.

- Write this letter to whomever hurt you.

- Put all your feelings into the letter. Use whatever language you

want. Make it as strong as you can.

- Put the letter somewhere safe for a day.


Step 2:


A day later, pull the same letter out.

- As you read it, cross out words and make them even stronger. Let

all your anger, frustration, and pain come out in that letter.

- Again, put it aside for a day.


Step 3:


On day three, put it aside again.

- Do not read it today.


Step 4:


On the fourth day, read it one final time.

- When finished, say aloud, "I release and let you go. You have no

more power over me. Be gone."

- Then burn or shred it.


One reason this process works so well is because it engages both

your conscious and subconscious mind. This, in turn, helps your

brain to reduce its output of many of the chemicals and

neurotransmitters that are contributing to your stress and pain.


Use this technique whenever you’re feeling deep emotional

pain. Soon, you’ll be pleasantly surprised at the relief you get

from this easy process!


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