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Not to take things personally ,literally ,seriously

There is no one size that fits all.  7 billion people  inhabiting the universe…7 billion perspectives, opinions and views. Some may resonate with others and form cults and groups…some may not and form opposing or radical groups. ..some may just choose to not be associated with any group. ..some may just be….

This 7 billion can be reduced to just 7 in a family as a small unit for example.

It is through these interactions with family , friends, neighbors and others in the environment that are socialization process takes place. We imbibe the culture not only from the family but the community and the city we are brought up.  Our lifestyles , language , dress sense, body language, mannerisms, etiquette, food habits, are formed and inculcated into our behaviors . This naturally influences are mind set and intellect making  each one of us unique!.

With this at the core of the matter we find ourselves in play groups as children,  cliques as teenagers , office spaces during early adulthood and added family responsibilities after marriage and with onset of old age a newer setting. To be able to deal with the different situations, with different people of different intelligence and background, communicating effectively becomes the premise.. To be able to listen, speak and hold space comes with learning and maturity.  Shifts keep happening, perceptions keep changing with every experience, preferences and desires keep altering resulting in our evolution.

As and when we communicate and interact with others our sense perceptions absorb  and take in information that  gets  registered in our intellect and memory.  We react and respond accordingly. To be able to understand this is essential as it helps in not taking things literally, personally or seriously.

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What are you suppressing?

Thoughts.. Feelings ….Emotions… Views… Opinions…????

Due to unrelated fears, fears of supremacy, fear of rejection or negative thinking we tend to hold back our thoughts and emotions leading to a lot of frustration and anger.

This can adversely affect the body, as what is on the mind gets related to the body. These can show up as aches, pains, illness and dis-ease. The uneasiness caused by suppressed emotions not only affect our own body’s but largely impact our behavior towards ourselves and others. Neglect, anger, irritation, hate, guilt, regret get pent up.   These have contra indications in our digestive system, increase the risk of dying from heart disease and certain forms of cancer.

Suppressing intense feelings as a strategy for short term reasons definitely result on a long term consequence. Shutting down emotions results in agitation and reflects in our body language and moods too. It hampers communication in a relationship and causes tension. It has been suggested as a remedy to write down our thoughts, use a punching bag or fight with your pillow as a catharsis but these are temporary.

Addressing our fears, accepting our emotions and embracing our feelings is the actual cure. Through psychotherapy and repeated counselling sessions a person can be relieved of emotion suppression, to come out strong and speak up firmly.

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