Craziness Definition and Cure?

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asked Jul 25, 2020 in H&E by rosariawetzell (6,700 points)

The cycle we are living means we Meridian Health Protocol Review wind up spending a large percentage of our time and energy focused on building and repairing our dam, attempting to manage the effects of the emotional pressure we recognize as emotional stress, and handling damage control when the dam breaks. We get hurt in the cycle and so do those who have regular interaction with us.

The Native Americans say that one of Beaver's positive characteristics is his habit of swimming with his head out of the water. This is the characteristic we should adopt emotionally. If we are damming up or fighting against our own emotional current instead of flowing with it, then we will eventually exhaust ourselves and become overwhelmed or drown in whatever emotion we are fighting off when the pressure becomes greater than our ability to hold it back. 

A more effective action to take with our emotions is to stop fighting their flow and swim with them. Keeping our heads "above water" as we swim in the flow is learning to maintain objectivity and perspective with our feelings so that we don't become lost through total immersion in what we are experiencing.

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