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Our emotions are gifts, things God gave us in order to help us understand what's happening around us and in us.

In the same way that physical sensations such as pleasure and pain help us encounter the world, so also do emotional sensations (such as fear and joy).

What if we could live in such a way that our emotions SERVED us?

Peter Scazzero (Emotionally Healthy Spirituality) observes that many people walk through life with an under-developed emotional center. He reminds us, first of all, that we are multifaceted people- each of us having various components: 

  • Physical
  • Spiritual
  • Intellectual
  • Social / relational 
  • Emotional

Emotional health is a vital component of total health- yet it’s one that we often overlook (or don’t even own in ourselves).

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Big idea #1: Your total health will never surpass the level of your emotional health.

You’re only as strong as the weakest link. 

Good news, though: The book Emotional Intelligence 2.0 reports that people with the highest IQs outperform people with lower IQs only 20% of the time- yet people with higher EQs (emotional quotients) out-perform higher IQs over 70% of the time.

EQ accounts for a pay increase of $28K per year- across all fields.

EQ can be learned. You can GROW in your emotional quotient.

How? By learning to recognize your emotions when they happen… then STOPPING to read what they’re saying BEFORE you respond.


Big idea #2: The right response isn't to shut OFF our emotions, but to let them stay ON.

Though it sounds true, and though I understand the sentiment behind this “bumper sticker-ism,” fear isn’t a liar.

Rather, fear is a valid emotion, an expression of something happening deep inside (often because of some external circumstance) that our heart seeks to communicate to us.

If you’re about to step off the edge of a cliff, fear is healthy. Fear might save you from walking down dark alley, keep you from engaging in a verbal barrage with a bully, or trying to cross a railroad track when there’s an oncoming train. You get the idea.



Big idea #3: If we learn to listen our emotions, we can respond intentionally instead of reacting impulsively!

No, we don’t want to be controlled by fear, but we do want to hear what our hearts are saying.

That leads me to this...

We’re often afraid to talk about- or even feel- the “bad” emotions. We’ve been told that fear and anger and some of the other emotions aren’t healthy. Hence the “bumper sticker-isms,” memes, and pithy one-liners.

Let me offer a different perspective: There aren’t bad emotions and good emotions. Just healthy and unhealthy expressions of all of them. Many of us are taught- from a young age- to be afraid of the “bad” emotions. But, we shouldn’t be.

The following graphic illustrates how this works --->>>


More about the book

Here's the overview, chapter by chapter: 

1. We're All Emotional People

Main idea= Emotions are part of who we are. If we don’t find a healthy way to express them, our feelings “come out” in unhealthy ways.

2. Emotional Health = Part of the Whole

Main idea= Emotional health is a vital component of total health- yet it’s one that we often overlook. And, the reality is that you won’t be healthy without emotional wholeness.

3. Two Mirrors That Unmask Dysfunction

Main idea= Spirituality often MASKS emotional dysfunction. Two things transform us into who we’re designed to be, though, making us spiritually healthy & emotionally whole!

4. Fear Isn't a Liar- Nor or Any of Your Emotions

Main idea= There aren’t bad emotions and good emotions. Just healthy and unhealthy expressions of all of them.

5. The Checklist

Main idea= We aren’t required to react when we Recognize an emotional feeling. Rather, we can step back and “read” what our heart is saying. Then, we can respond in a healthy manner.

6. Who We Are Inside

Main idea= The emotional wholeness checklist empowers you to deal with new situations & the corresponding feelings in the moment. But, Sometimes you need to go back in order to move ahead.

7. The Feelings Kit- Six Essential Oils for Emotional Wholeness

Main idea= Use the Young Living Feelings Kit 2x a day for 30 days (morning and night), validating your emotions as you do. Within 30 days you’ll see + sense the world differently. 


In the third video of the course, we walk through The Feelings Kit, explaining how each oil works & when & where to apply them.

Consider this your cheat sheet: 

  • Valor = courage to face whatever + however. Was inspired by a blend Roman soldiers used before going into combat. Apply to the soles of your feet.
  • Harmony = to bring things back in balance. To give you confidence + creativity. Apply to your heart.
  • Forgiveness = the key to unlocking freedom. Apply to your stomach, your gut (which is your “second brain”) as you forgive and let go of things you need to leave behind.
  • Release = b/c negative energy actually goes into your blood and streams through your body, feeding your cells. Apply to your wrists, at the pulse points and visualize yourself letting go of negative thoughts.
  • Present Time = b/c we want to live in the moment. Not in the past. Not in the future. Here. Apply a few drops to your chest and neck. as you “face forward” in your day.
  • Inner Child = b/c living your best life is a matter of awakening to who you truly are, the greatness you were created with in the beginning! Apply to the back of your waist, near your spine + the back of your neck.

Tip = twice a day, morning + night. For 30 days. Will take you less than 5 minutes to do AND will reap powerful results!


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