How To Lose Painful Memories And Embrace Happy Memories.

Don’t we all have painful memories, which we desire so much to be separated from? If you are still struggling, learn how to do it right. Find out below:

One day, when I was 13 years old, I became paralyzed with fear. To my surprise, I found myself physically incapable of entering a piano class 10 minutes late. When I arrived to find the classroom door already closed, a strange panic spread throughout my body. I timidly tried to turn the doorknob, but I couldn’t bring myself to do it.

I ended up spending the next 45 minutes hiding out so I could greet my dad when class was over without him realizing I had been too petrified to walk into class a few minutes late. While I waited out the clock, I berated myself for harboring these deep and intense fears that kept me from living my life.

One day, when I was 13 years old, I became paralyzed with fear. To my surprise, I found myself physically incapable of entering a piano class 10 minutes late. When I arrived to find the classroom door already closed, a strange panic spread throughout my body. I timidly tried to turn the doorknob, but I couldn’t bring myself to do it.

I ended up spending the next 45 minutes hiding out so I could greet my dad when class was over without him realizing I had been too petrified to walk into class a few minutes late. While I waited out the clock, I berated myself for harboring these deep and intense fears that kept me from living my life.

This angelic breathwork exercise is what finally helped me move toward healing. Give it a try and see if it helps you do the same.

A breathwork exercise to release painful memories

1. First, sit in a quiet spot where you won’t be interrupted. Breathe deeply and remember that unhappy time many years ago. Visualize every detail and recall all the uncomfortable emotions—the loneliness, fear, anger, shame, and anxiety.

Notice any resistance that may arise. When I completed this exercise, part of me wanted to forget the past, ditch this, and run far away. But I listened to the wiser part of me that was urging me to push on, reminding me that it’s safe to look within and fully experience my emotions.

2. Take some more deep breaths and repeat affirmations like, “It’s safe for me to feel all my emotions.”

3. Once you’re fully entrenched in those uncomfortable feelings, imagine that you are an angel going back in time to comfort your younger self. This angel embodies complete peace, tranquility, security, and, most of all, love.

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