When I first got to Bali, I expected to feel like I was floating on Cloud 9 in the land of smoothie bowls, spiritual celebrations, ecstatic dance, and yoga classes.
However, if the first few days of my trip here were to be summed up in a title for a book chapter, my new friend, Rissa, suggested it would read: “Anger & Loneliness in a Place of Zen.”
In today’s episode, I’m sharing what my experience of these two emotions has been like, and how I finally processed an emotion I often try to ‘spiritually bypass’ altogether… anger.
This episode is perfect for anyone who is looking to process difficult emotions, or is experiencing loneliness.
“Go for what feels like relief.” – @AbrahamHicksClick To Tweet
“We can be angry about something without being angry at someone.” – @JessCLivelyClick To Tweet
IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL FIND OUT ABOUT
What triggered once I got to Bali and what I learned about anger and loneliness.
The reasons my loneliness has been coming up and how I’m learning to awareness and compassion for it and facing it instead of avoiding it.
What correlation I’ve been seeing between my approach to loneliness and how people face fear of the unknown and uncertainty.
Why anger is essentially a stepping stone from a place of very low energy to a place of higher, positive energy.
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