Monday, April 27, 2009


Singles Weekend Retreat 1
Nazareth Retreat House, Ulas Davao city

The speaker talks about "Emotions" How to understand, identify and release our emotions.
What are Emotions - feelings? I learned that Different people define emotions in different ways. Emotions operate on many levels "Physical aspect as well as psychological aspect.

How to deal our emotions?

* We must accept our emotions. are essential for your survival mechanism. People who ignore, dismiss, repress or just ventilate their emotions are setting themselves up for physical illness. Emotions that are not not felt and released but buried within the body or in the aura can cause serious illness, including cancer and many types of chronic illnesses.

* Experience your emotions fully. Pay attention and remedy the underlying cause. Emotions are our most reliable indicators of how things are going on in our lives. Emotions help keep us on the right track by making sure that we are led by more than the mental/ intellectual faculties of thought, perception, reason, memory.”

* Keep yourself in good health. exercise, relaxation and proper diet is a great asset in dealing with your negative emotions such as depression and anxiety.

* Stay in the present, here and now. our pre-occupation with past and future keep us in a state of emotional turmoil, focused on the present.

* Develop trust and seek the help of an expert. May help you release the emotions associated with your past and overcome negative emotions such as fear, worry and anxiety.

* Acquire knowledge and become a master of your emotions. Play with your emotions conciously and deliberately. Other People, Places, and Things Cannot Change How You Feel The only person who can change what you feel is you.

*Examine the beliefs underlying your emotions and question their validity.


  1. What' terrific post. Thanks so much for sharing these wrods of wisdom. Without doubt emoyions and pgyical health are cloesly tied and those who suppress emotions rather than acknowledging them and dealing with the issues that give rise to them in an appropriate way are at risk for strokes, heart attacks, ulcers and depression too. Keep up the good writing. I enjoyed visiting your site and wish you well with your blogging.