It’s Okay to Feel How You Feel

Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise.

You are the only one inside your head

There is nobody but you inside your head. Period. You are, as such, the only one in there who can think and feel as you do, and act in whatever ways you choose to act…or not.

What you feel versus how you feel

Let’s say I am feeling angry today. That’s the what. How am I feeling angry? There is a tightness in my chest, which feels as if it could burst out and attack someone in physical form. It feels as though I could growl convincingly. My fists are clenched, and it feels as if the slightest next awful thing I encounter will cause me to shout, flip some tables, and possibly do other damage.

How you feel — within and without

The problem with the question “How do you feel?” is in explaining it to another. I know how I feel, or at least I have a sense of how I am feeling. But can I really explain it to you?

Mindfulness helps in understanding

When you practice mindfulness, you are practicing awareness, specifically of your own thoughts, feelings, and actions.

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I am a practitioner of mindfulness, positivity, philosophy, & conscious reality creation. I love to inspire, open minds, & entertain. http://www.mjblehart.com

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