Thursday, December 1, 2016

5 tips to prevent anxiety and depression in empathes

It is scientifically proven that empathes are more prone to anxiety, especially to social anxiety and depression. Being an empathist means that you have the intuitive ability to interpret the inner emotions of other people. However, some of these emotions can affect you more easily. And very quickly, anxiety and depression set in, and life becomes more difficult than expected.

Here's how to avoid and break this vicious circle.

Being empathetic means that you have a very powerful gift, the ability to feel what others feel and use that emotion to serve the good. This can make you a good communicator, a proactive humanitarian actor, knowledgeable in marketing or you simply have a natural understanding of the needs and feelings of others.

All the gifts we have as human beings come with great responsibility. And being empathy is no different.

So what is your task? To go through the repressed emotion that eats away at your health and destroys your tranquility.

During childhood, we were often told to stop crying, to remain calm, to remain seated and to remain silent. And when we expressed our feelings, we were told to put it on hold. Over the years, this behavior has stifled our free expression, which in the long run disconnects us from our true nature.

Although everyone needs to express their emotions, empathers have a much greater responsibility than others. Why? Because they not only interpret their emotions, but also those of others.

Here are some valuable tips to help you effectively prevent anxiety and depression and allow you to make great strides in order to lead a happy, healthy and fulfilling life.

Here are 5 tips to prevent anxiety and depression in empathy:

1) Create motion
The fact is, that the majority of people have a range of life experiences and emotions not integrated. But what is the main cause? Emotional constipation.

People simply do not allow themselves a healthy life and do not express their feelings and emotions through their bodies.

There is a cumulative effect to this emotional constipation. Once the layers of social anxiety and depression stack on top of each other and integrate into our minds and bodies, life becomes a downward spiral of constant threat.

The solution? To express emotion = it takes energy in movement

We must be truly willing to live our lives, and that begins with courage. Have you ever noticed that when one of your loved ones is depressed, he / she will be more likely to stay cloistered in bed watching TV or drama movies without getting tired. But why? Because of this, he / she has a very pressing need for emotional expression.

There are two ways to approach this topic. Create movement in your life by exercising, going adventurous or simply overcoming the monotony of your daily life. The other way is through promising practices such as creating a safe space to express your emotions (example given below).

2) Practice Catharsis (the means of artistic representation)

Catharsis has the effect of releasing, as well as relieving strong emotions or repressed. It is a scientific principle of psychological processes, not just pseudo-spiritual science.

In summary: repressed emotions = De-Pression

The more you have repressed emotions the more you are faced with a greater likelihood of coping with depression. 

The remedy = The expression

Catharsis can be done naturally or may be provoked. Every time you cry, yell, move or even when you laugh a lot, you release energy loads. The idea is to become more comfortable with the expression. And to achieve this we must provoke catharsis and emotional liberation.

For this good progress, it is advisable to have a private space where you are alone. This can be in the car, the tub or in your room. It is essential that this space be clean and that you have a good intention. Then start by making some movements, stimulate pressure points, and just allow your emotions to manifest and circulate freely through your body. 
You can cry or express your anger, or an immense joy, and even a combination of it all. Try!

3) Talk to your emotions

Do you know the existence of emotional grammar? Literally, there is a whole science that has been developed to understand this ability to interpret and relate your feelings to your needs. In fact, this topic has been listed as one of the core competencies in the book "Get to Know You. "

So here's a big secret. There is a firm limit to your spiritual development and personal development if you are not emotionally literate. This is especially important for empathes, since you are not just surfing on your own emotional landscape, but also on that of others. It is better to be equipped with a map than to be lost in the great aquatic depths.
Once you are able to identify and familiarize yourself with your own feelings and emotions, you can begin to create a dialogue. This could be something like:

"I'm angry and upset ... Hmm maybe it could tell me something. Anger, what are you trying to show me?

That I am sad secretly. But why am I sad?

Did I miss something ..

What is it about?

I do not spend enough time to be creative in my own space.
I need to be alone to be creative.

How do I feel? Better now. I will create a space for dialogue tonight. "

You will be amazed to see everything you will acquire by simply creating a dialogue and asking yourself questions.

4) Prevent anxiety and depression in empathy:

Keep a clear mind

Often, our external reality can reflect our inner world. What we feel inside can be manifested through external actions. If you are an empath, you must be very careful with this, because while you take on the emotions of others by having relationships with them, very soon you will see these emotions (which are not yours) change your life.

Anxiety can easily arise when one is worried or uncomfortable about something. Often this has to have with the high level of uncertainties related to the toxicity we are telling in our lives, which can lead us to feel out of control.

To avoid these moments of anxiety, you should study what you can control ... Your internal autonomy and your environment. So keep your internal and external space clean, clear and organized!

Begin each of your days by putting your house and house in order, symbolizing the maintenance of inner cleanliness in the mind, body and heart. Whether it is you or your personal space, you will be really surprised to see how keeping things well-kept can indeed be really effective in keeping a cool head.

5) Seek help and energy support
Finally, and often the most important, ask for help. As a bachelor, you are not only sensitive to negative emotion. I would even venture to say, that positive emotion is much more contagious.

To prevent anxiety and depression, you should familiarize yourself with crawling triggers. And as soon as you start to realize the trigger, it's exactly at that point that you need to ask for help.

Remember, that help can take various forms. For example, call your friend to let her know that you are feeling the arrival of many emotions and that you need positive energy to raise your mind, so plan a hike together. And here is how to avoid depression, spending time in nature for example is one of the best tools to prevent and treat depression and anxiety.

But also, as a bachelor you are very sensitive to energy support, so remember that you can call your friends to send you prayers and blessings, and that you can soak up the good energy to break these walls.

Originally written by Amateo Ra and published on Spirit Science and Metaphysics

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