Waves of Emotions
Emotions come and go like waves of the ocean. Sometimes the waves are mighty, full of force. Sometimes they are gentle and calm. In this meditation, Cassandra has us observe our emotions from different vantage points in our body.
Bringing awareness to feeling my feet on the ground and the pressure points where my body was sitting, I dropped from my mind and into my body. While aware of my body, I felt the sensations of breathing in my chest. Becoming an observer of my emotions, the mighty waves pounding on the shore caused tension in my shoulders as well as on the sides of my head in my temples. Exploring these emotions, I saw the color red pulsating in these areas of my body. Exploring further, I saw that they were tightly bundled up balls of negative energy gripping the muscles of my shoulders and slowing down and in some cases, blocking neural pathways in my brain causing brain fog to filter in.
Beginning to observe these emotions from different vantage points, (above, below, side to side, front and back), I saw the waves of these emotions begin to calm a little. Noticing these smaller waves of emotions from different vantage points, my shoulders loosened and the fog in my brain lifted somewhat.
Thank you, Cassandra! Namaste 🙏🏻❤️☮️