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The Only Way to Live Fully is to Feel your Feelings... & Turn Chaos into Curiosity

I don't know a good way of avoiding emotions. We often perceive them to be weeds, viruses. So we attempt to pluck them from the soil of our souls.

But it never works. They inevitably sprout again.

Alive. Energetic. Yearning.

My life changed when I stopped trying to extract emotions.

What I learned as I learned into them, is that they have a vast intelligence to share.

Welcoming them became the way to a full life.

Anais Nin quote about experiencing many emotions at once

There are moments when I feel whole, balanced, centered, and aligned.

And in the very next second can emerge a fractured chaos.




“What am I doing?” I might ask.

“What is the point?”

It’s all the same. This mess of life.

The highs and the lows are the visiting teachers sent to show us how to breathe, eat, love, and feel.

How to question and reflect.

How to choose a way forward.

How to think and how to bloom.

Our emotions are like seasons…time changes…that come and go and invite an evolution.

When I was in the dark of disordered eating, I didn’t get this.

I didn’t want to die, but I didn’t know how to live.

The living could only come from feeling.

And feeling fully.

Feeling the chaos.

And believing the chaos to be a beautiful chance for awakening.

What are you experiencing now?

How does it feel?

Yes, right there, in your body.

Give it a language. Heavy, thick, foreboding, soft, prickly?

We are not ever just one feeling.

We are not ever only angry, only sad, only depressed, only anxious, only overwhelmed.

We are multitudes.


Do you struggle with feeling your feelings? Knowing what emotion is present and what to do with it?

There's much to learn about the wisdom of emotions and how we can welcome them as our teammates.

I love this work. It's been instrumental in my own life in so many ways!

I'd relish the opportunity to support your emotional recalibration too!

Let's connect to discuss your needs, goals, and how we might work together.


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