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MODULE 3 – FEELING TO HEAL

This module is all about giving you the foundation to embrace the concept of needing to feel, not just in order to heal but in order to lead a fulfilled life. Discover the ways in which feelings can help you, how utilising your feelings including proactively updating your mental filing system, increases emotional intelligence and self-esteem, and get practical insight into how you can use your feelings to grow you out of situations that have previously taxed you. Tackle blame, shame, fear, doubt, resentment and more so that you can start to embrace and utilise your feelings in more constructive and empowering ways, instead of being overwhelmed by them.

Unblocking: You’ve Gotta Feel To Heal audio | slides

Your Inner Guidance: Feelings Are There To Help audio | slides  

Updating Your Filing: Harnessing Your Power audio | slides  

Healing Fear: Raising You audio | slides  

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Each week, I will include a few handy tasks and resources. All are optional, of course, but, highly recommended if you want to get the most out of the course. And no, you do not need to do every single journaling prompt.

Getting In Command | Feelings | Download the PDF

Blame Buster | Download the PDF

Fear Buster | Download the PDF

Doubt Buster | Download the PDF

100 Days of Baggage Reclaim | Week 3

As proof of how small habits can make a profound difference, this book and journaling guide has helped thousands of people to take small steps every day and as part of Build Your Self-Esteem, I’m including it to help you enjoy the wisdom, tips, tools and journaling prompts that I share. Each week of the course, you will receive 7 days of the prompts…plus a little extra. I recommend just doing one per day (doesn’t need more than 5-10 minutes) although, of course, you can opt to do them all in one go. | Download the PDF

RESOURCES

Recognising Feelings Guide | Download the PDF

Healing Fear | Questions | Download the PDF

The Inner Critic List | Download the PDF

How To Self-Soothe | Download the PDF

Updating Empathy | Download the PDF

Empathy In Motion | Download the PDF

DIVING DEEPER (EXTRA ITEMS)

Get Out Of Stuck | Beliefs Prompt | Get Out Of Stuck Quick Sheet | Beliefs Brainstorm Worksheet

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Unlocking | You've Gotta Feel To Heal
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Your Inner Guidance | Feelings Are There To Help
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Updating Your Filing| Harnessing Your Power
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Getting In Command | Feelings
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Try out the Blame, Doubt and/or Fear Busters
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100 Days of Baggage Reclaim Week 3
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Updating Empathy
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Empathy In Motion
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Don't forget to utilise the foundational resources

These are core resources that are the foundations of the Baggage Reclaim philosophy. I refer to them time and time and time again—they are all powerful tools that have been a fundamental part of my own transformation.

How To Self-Soothe

Get Out Of Stuck | Beliefs Prompt | Get Out Of Stuck Quick Sheet | Beliefs Brainstorm Worksheet

Journaling Tips

Self-Care Practices For Working With Me

Feelings Diary | Journaling Guide

The Unsent Letter Guide

How to Write Letters to Your Younger Self

OBSERVE YOUR FEELINGS IN THE THIRD PERSON

A great way of getting practice in with feeling your feelings and observing them, is to describe what you’re feeling in the third person. Particularly when you’re starting out with this whole feelings thang, it can seem quite daunting to, for example, say, I feel overwhelmed because I agreed to _____ and ______ because I was afraid of looking bad etc etc., but you can practice stepping back by, for example, saying, [Your Name] is feeling overwhelmed because she agreed to…. This not only helps you to observe but because you’re talking about your feelings in the third person, it can help you calm down and get grounded (self-soothing).

PARSE THE FEELING

Feelings have a beginning, middle and ending, so this means that even if you felt really wounded at 9am, if you get in the habit of observing your emotions and you remember that your emotions shift, that you will actually notice that, yes, you did feel that way but there are other emotions too and possibly even thoughts trying to give you some more helpful data.

I AM SAFE, I AM SECURE

These six words help me to remember my surroundings when I feel anxious and overwhelmed. I say these words until I feel a bit more sure of myself and then I check my surroundings and do something, like make a cup of tea, to help me get grounded. I then have a bit more space and clarity to focus or to do whatever it is that I was doing.

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