In a fast paced world it is near impossible to have time to feel anything
let alone take a half an hour out of our week to sob our little hearts out.
About once a month (when my hormones are at their peak) I have a
balls out massive three hour crying marathon. When this occurs it
feels as though my world-as I know it-is crumbling down around me.
The darkness comes to play for a while and will not let the light shine
After the cry-puffy eyes ensue and I feel as though a massive weight
has been lifted. All of those raw emotions that I have pushed to the side
by keeping intensely busy; hiding myself away; using Haagen Daaz to
ease them…cease to be held in. They are out in the world-released from
within me. Crying is like a letting go of all the psychic toxins-purging all
of my insecurities and fears…if this does not happen semi-regularly I
can feel the pain of the toxins running rampant within me.
I wonder about people that cry only once or twice a year or barely ever.
How do they do it? I don’t know-I think crying shows strength-a strength
to bare and share our scars with ourselves and those we love.
Crying is necessary; it is healthy; it is pure and unadulterated.
Never be afraid to cry my friend.
Morning Meditation: A nurturing mediation by Louise Hay
Journal Entry: Think about the last time you had a really good cry.
How did you feel when you were done crying? Did you feel a sense of
relief? Is there anything that has happened in your life that you feel you
have been running away from? What would happen if you let it catch up
A Playlist of songs that may help you get to the crying point:
Kundalini Yoga to Release Negative Emotions Etc.
Another Great Piece of Wisdom from Deepak Chopra
Beautiful and Nurturing Evening Meditation
Peace, Love & Namaste Em