How To Be Emotionally Stable - an Invitation

Hi there my friend. I’d like to talk with you about how to be emotionally stable… or rather… how NOT to be emotionally stable. I have a little invitation for you at the end of my story to help you with the stability question. Don’t worry. I do have that answer for you. But first…

Maybe you can relate to what I’m about to share here. It’s amazing what our nervous systems do with deep pain. 🙁

I’m feeling a little somber as I write this post. I have a daughter who has been through some pretty severe trauma over the past two years, and as she heals, the things she says to me about emotions break my heart.

She wants to figure out
being emotionally stable.

She wants to feel better and let it all go, but her young mind has grabbed hold of an idea that is actually the anti-emotional stability.

(I know because when I was in my deepest trauma, I did the same thing! See if you can relate.)

She said to me that she wants to turn her feelings off. Just stop feeling. Then she’ll feel better and nothing can hurt.

Just… that’s
not how to be
emotionally stable!

In fact… that’s how to hold the pain forever and spin in numbing cycles that just keep our hearts from becoming secure and safe to feel.

Every Tuesday at 10am Mountain Time, Tera Brown is teaching her Marriage and Emotional Sobriety class, and you are invited to come – even if you aren’t married.

If you catch yourself walling up and trying
to numb the pain, this class is for you.

Join our community HERE to come live so you can get some of Tera’s focused coaching, just for you, at the end… should you be brave enough to raise your hand. 😉

Here class starts at 10am Mountain Time and is held on Zoom.
See you at class!

Bronwen Oehlschlager
Head Collaborator
Shayoli Hope Center For Healing
Creating The Infinite Effect

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Bronwen Oehlschlager

Hi, I'm Bronwen.

I own and operate the Shayoli Hope Center for Healing in Utah County. I work together with an independent team of collaborators who have messages that I find valuable for whole healing and prosperity.

At Shayoli Hope we are dedicated to bringing healing, hope, and prosperity to God-centered, awakened souls. That means we keep our focus on Christ and God the Father in all of our work together. We believe that in our healing process, we are finding the wheat, and gathering up the tares to burn.

Burning the tares means awareness of what we have believed that hurts (tares), making a new decision to believe something that serves us better (wheat), and collecting the tares, in full awareness, to purge them from the harvest so that we can live free and abundant in wholeness.

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