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Emotions Are Stored In Our Body On The Cellular Level

on June 26, 2012
Emotions are stored in our body on the CELLULAR level!
When we choose to hold onto anger, frustration, jealousy, or impatience, those emotions negatively impact our physical well-being.
Questions to ask yourself next time you have an ache, pain, or feel ill:
What emotions am I storing in this part of my body?
Am I holding onto something in my life that is no longer serving me today?
What is my body trying to tell me?
– What’s the downside of letting go of this negative emotion?

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