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Dealing with Difficult Emotions

Dealing with Difficult Emotions

06 Sessions
Sessions in this pack
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Anger

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11 Min

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Fear

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11 Min

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Grief

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10 Min

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Loneliness

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12 Min

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Anxiety

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7 Min

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Burnout

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13 Min

About this pack

Having strong emotions does not have to be scary. Emotions often tell us that we need to take care of ourselves, so denying or suppressing them harms rather than helps us. This series explores six common emotions – often seen as difficult or troublesome – utilizing different techniques to work through them. Please remember that meditation is not a replacement for professional help. If you have any mental health questions or concerns, please consult a qualified mental health expert for guidance.

Benefits
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Ability to be aware and control emotions

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Greater mindfulness

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Reduce stress

What to expect from Difficult Emotions?
Irrespective of the cause or the intensity of your emotions, you need to understand how to control your anger and other difficult emotions and know that it is possible to overcome them and it’s of the utmost importance that you take good care of yourself when you experience them.
Get started:
During the course of this series, you will learn how to build a safe space for yourself to experience these feelings without any judgement. To start things off, we begin by sitting in a comfortable position allowing our mind to be aware and focus on our breathing, noticing its pattern without trying to change it.
Experience the emotions:
We then feel the breath through all the different parts of the body as the meditation for fear and anger cause sensations in our body. Experiencing these sensations is completely normal and is often difficult to put them in words. Finally by allowing our thoughts to rest in this compassionate space, Let’s begin addressing our emotions with the first session now. Also, please remember that meditation is not a replacement for professional help. If you have any mental health questions or concerns, please consult a qualified mental health expert for guidance.
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