So I was alone in the car again today, which is very, very, very rare. And apparently, my brain was thinking. I was listening to Nothing Breaks Like a Heart by Mark Ronson and Miley Cyrus. It was on some random Spotify playlist that I thought would be a good idea. Anyway, it just kind of made my brain tick a little. I’m sure the cold brew at 06:00 p.m. might be helping, too, but I want to talk about where we get these terms, like heartbreak and butterflies in my stomach.
These terms are very common…but not commonly practiced in every day life. When you have heartbreak, you can FEEL it. This is the somatic aspect of what I teach, I want to share this with the world and make it normal, that you can sense your emotions, you can sense your energetic experiences.
So heartbreak, what doe it feel like? It feels like sharp edges and corners. Sharp corners and too much space. Because it’s not put together.
We have these sensations for everything in life, not just the bad. We have sensations for the good, too. And that might be more important to focus on at the beginning here so that you understand what truly makes you happy, what makes you energized, what makes you feel whole, what makes you feel like your best self, like a human?
You hear all this music written about this exact thing, yet it’s not commonly practiced. Let’s change that.