The 3 R's
The three R’s are doozies. These emotions are powerful, & can create significant disruption within the energetic bodies. They are responsible for an anger pattern that can be hard to pinpoint but are present on the surface as venomous emotions and rage. In turn, they form blocks that don’t allow grace to come in, creating even more rejection, resentment & regret—a very vicious cycle. Holding these emotions is like a silent poison, slowly making you sick.
#Rejection: rooted in lack of #selfacceptance. Not feeling worthy. Usually created in #childhood or adolescence by a parent or peers where you perceived to be rejected by them. This was taken in as truth, & their lack of acceptance of you became “fact” within your #subconscious. You built this within your reality, bringing in more situations in which you felt rejected. It creates self sabotage, &/or can inhibit you from finding #truelove (lack of action from fear of rejection). Rejection is held in the solar plexus & heart chakras (&/or the #sacralchakra if sexually rejected). #Resentment: rooted in long held anger which often turns to bitterness. Can come off has envy, jealousy & deep insecurity. Grows from the lack of contentment with the self, & adds to self rejection. Also built from others not meeting your expectations. Feeling disappointed. Grudges created to keep you safe, & keep those that have caused you pain at a distance. Resentment is found in the #solarplexus #chakra & liver (Traditional Chinese Medicine/Anger). #Regret: rooted in living in the past. Second guessing your own action or inaction. Not trusting the process of your own learning. Knowing your higher truth & ignoring it. Choosing comfort over growth. Regret can be found in the whole body, but I tend to find it most within the solar plexus, heart & throat (words unspoken) chakras, & the lungs (TCM/Grief). Sit with the 3 R’s & reflect deep within yourself in search of their life inside you. If they do indeed live, bring them forward & break them down, starting with where they originated. Acknowledge how they made you feel, & sit with it until you’ve forgiven the other party, & most importantly, yourself.