Here are 5 things to remember when you feel wrapped in unease
Acknowledging to yourself how you actually feel, is the starting point. And be unapologetic about how you feel. Your experience is your own, no one can define how you feel, or condition how you are supposed to think or act in any way.
2. Talk with someone:
Step two in acknowledging is sharing with others how you feel. Talk to someone; your close ones, family, or friends. But most importantly, don’t hesitate to seek help!
Seek to gain awareness on your situation, both with work on yourself, but also with the help of others. In seeking professional help, you get an objective perspective, which sometimes can be liberating and allow you to understand yourself differently, and more constructively.
Be patient in your process, allow what needs to express to move through, and take the time it needs.
Be kind to yourself. Steer away from the inner critic, self-judgement, and trying to “fix it”. Be gentle and kind to your self, as you would with a loved one.
We can already gain so much in being more gentle with ourselves. And I believe strongly that increasing ease within supports us in relieving the inner unease.
Interested in learning more about how to navigate difficult times? Kristin is guiding an online training, Yogi Facilitator Training: Find Ease in Unease by Knowing Yourself starting November 13th, 2020. If you want to step deeper into your own process, get to know yourself more, or unravel yourself from emotional struggles - this workshop is for you.