All Cued Up

 

I am taking a course right now on Emotional Intelligence. I have taken this course before however I want to see how I can improve in the areas that still trigger my emotions. I still have plenty of room to grow! My emotional triggers are usually small things like my cell phone not working properly or my computer acting up. Then again I have some family members that can press certain buttons that try to stir things up.

What I find is missing when I work only with my EQ is my SQ or my spiritual intelligence. Without considering how this effects my EQ is leaving out a huge part of the equation. We are body, mind and soul. Therefore IQ (intelligence) EQ (emotional) and SQ (spiritual). When I coach people, I have discovered that most of their struggles are between the emotional and spiritual realms.

When I help people become aware of  this missing link we open up the possibilities for healing their emotions, as well as tapping into intelligence’s that  they never even were conscious of before. They increase their energy levels, productivity, health and happiness.

Here are 3 easy things to do to become aware and integrate your EQ and SQ.

1- When you are noticing your feelings, ask for guidance. Just see if you can quite your mind and listen.

2- Get comfortable in silence. Allow yourself the pleasure of just being. Feel the energy of the life force course through your body and mind without any judgement.

3- When something or someone presses your buttons, before you react, put your hand over your heart and breath.

These practices and more take time.  Need some guidance? Let’s have a conversation. Call me for a FREE consultation.

 

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