Our education system is such that it teaches us about chemicals and organisms that we hardly encounter in our life. And it fails to educate us about something we experience every day, every hour of our lives: Emotions.
'What do i do when i feel extremely angry/ guilty/ sad/ anxious', is something we have no answer to.
Society teaches us to suppress, ignore, deny emotions and run away from them. Phrases like “be strong” “don't cry like a kid” have instilled the belief that emotions are not good and make you vulnerable. And yet these emotions keep influencing every decision we make, and every step we take.
These distressing emotions, when not correctly processed, become a root cause of all major issues, like obesity, sleep difficulties, relationship conflicts, and also physical diseases.
But when you learn how to cope with distressing situations that trigger emotional reactions, you see its effect in every aspect of your life. Relationships improve, you feel energetic and motivated to work, you sleep peacefully and surprisingly, many of health disorders also seem to vanish.
So, in this course we take a step ahead towards breaking this unhealthy belief and the corresponding patterns of behaviour. We will break down the old conditioning about running away from emotions and learn how to embrace them as a natural part of us. We will learn how to face them, in a way that positively impacts health, relationships, vitality and productivity and helps you live a fuller, more satisfactory life.
When there is inner harmony, its reflected in outer success and overall well-being
After the course, you will be able to:
Identify and label emotions
Understand people better and be more emphatic and compassionate
Have a better control on your unwanted emotions
Make better decisions in all areas of life
Release old buried junk of emotions
Feel more energetic and full of life
See a drastic improvement in your physical health and a boosted immunity
Know exactly what to do, when an overwhelming emotion engulfs and over-takes you
Use EFT for yourself.
“The emotionally intelligent person is skilled in four areas: identifying emotions, using emotions, understanding emotions, and regulating emotions.” — John Mayer and Peter Salovey
“What really matters for success, character, happiness and life long achievements is a definite set of emotional skills – your EQ — not just purely cognitive abilities that are measured by conventional IQ tests.” — Daniel Goleman