Emotional Crisis and Painbody


When I was going through my emotional crisis that occurred earlier in my life, I wished someone had information to help me cope with my very overactive and constant painbody that I endured nearly every day.  My painbody or emotional pain became so overwhelming for my existence that I wanted to end my life. I was diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, general anxiety,  and clinical depression from my childhood sexual, physical, and emotional abuse.

Whenever I saw my parents and interacted with them, my painbody became so intolerable to bear that I wanted to kill myself.  While in therapy, my therapist recommended that I discontinue further contacts with my parents and the trauma until I stabilized emotionally.  This is what I would recommend for those who are currently in emotional crisis and daily struggle with their painbody.

What painbody feels like is very negative self talk within our minds, constant feelings of fear including anxiety and depression, feeling constant hurt from those around us, negativity about how we feel about ourselves, and sometimes wanting to lash out at others from our frustration and pain.  These are the symptoms I experienced, but you may experience others.

When we are in crisis, it may be best to seek out the help of a therapist, particularly with symptoms of suicidal thoughts.  There are things that we can do ouselves during emotional crisis and active painbody.  When painbody is active, we will experience the above described symptoms or whatever you may experience.  Become familiar with these symptoms before your painbody is triggered so you can easily identify them when they arise.

Next, you will feel negative emotions rising within, such as hurt, jealousy, anger, resentment, indignation, envy, etc.  The next step is difficult during active painbody, but try your very best to just name this emotion and do not react to it.  Sit with this emotion without reacting until it passes. If you are able, retreat to a quiet and calm space where you can sit with this emotion.  When you become more proficient with this technique, you will be able to do this in the presence of others.

Practice this technique during your regular day before painbody is trigger, so that you can more easily cope with the active painbody. Sending you healing light, Brooke (Copyright 2013 Kundalini Spirit with All rights Reserved)

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