What if I can’t figure out what I am feeling?

Breathe. Sit still. There may be many different feelings going on at the same time. Ask yourself which is the most dominant just to get a starting point. Start with the basic ones like sadness, agitation, frustration, anxiety. You can use the acronym SAFA, to remember them. You can often link other emotions back to these. For example, grief, disharmony, anger, fear are related to these.  This process is more an art than a science. You don’t have to be too specific for this to work. If you feel negatively, it is worth doing the work to find the thought causing it. The more you get in touch with your body and the different vibrational frequencies that different thoughts cause, the more you will be able to identify and name your feelings more specifically, and then once you do that, you can more easily identify the subconscious thought looping in the background. It’s like trying to catch a mouse in the attic, it tries to be evasive. But these tools can help you catch it and set it free.

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