When your emotions overflow…

??????????????????????????????? you cry. And crying is good for you. Crying is an overflowing of emotions. It’s a release. That’s all it is. And you usually feel much better after a good cry…

People who are afraid of their emotions may find it difficult to cry and are made uncomfortable when seeing others’ cry. Crying is a natural and normal release and its purpose is just that…

Water is emotion and tears are emotions overflowing…

I have gone through periods where I was too upset and blocked to cry then when I finally did cry, I felt sooo much better…

There is no shame in crying… as there is no shame to feel any emotion. Crying is healthy…unless, it is used to manipulate and those kind of criers are usually easily spotted…

Crying : Crying womanIt’s our society that has us thinking something is wrong with us, if we cry and if we show emotions. Crying isn’t a sign of weakness. It’s a sign that you ‘feel’ and people who feel are emotionally healthy.

We are warned and encouraged to not show emotions, to not speak the truth, to be politically correct, to not show, or to state how we really feel, because it’s not polite, or ‘politically correct’. We are being taught to be cut off from ourselves, from our emotions…from who we really are… from our integrity from our true beings and from our souls.

Ever wonder why so many are afraid of emotions?

Deny your emotions and the feelings that arise from them and deny who you are. Not expressing your feelings that result in emotions, can cause addictions: drinking, drugs, over-eating, cheating on your loved one and explosions such as violence and abuse… if you suppress yourself too often then you may explode in an unhealthy and harmful way to yourself and others or to both…

There are healthy productive ways to express and explode and there are unhealthy ones. Too much suppression and you will either explode internally or externally… and exploding internally can cause illness that will eat you up inside….

So, if you feel like crying.. CRY!  It’s good for your mental and emotional health.

All of our emotions and feelings are there for us to express them. That is why we feel themthey are a part of our emotional make-up that affects our intuition and that is God-given… It’s a gift from God to FEEL!

‘Sensitives’ are usually healthfully emotional and are in touch with their feeling, emotions and their inner and outer selves and the world around them. They, oftentimes, sense the feelings, emotions and state of being of others and to do this… they are self-aware.

‘When’ we feel, and ‘what’ we feel, tells us something about ourselves and others… when we ‘listen’ to what we feel, and ‘honor’ what we are feeling, we are being true to ourselves and therefore, more able to be true to others. If we deny and are not true to our feelings and emotions, we will become a distortion of who we are, a distortion of our God-given self. And not knowing who we are, and what we feel, we can become easily led and controlled by others and that, of course, includes dictator-like regimes.

When we are ‘told’ how to feel, what to ‘think’, and that our emotions are bad,  we become confused about what is true and what is real.

Like a child who grows up around abuse or alcoholism and when they stand up and confront it are told what they ‘see’ and ‘know’ isn’t true and that their feelings and emotions are not accurate and are wrong. If this child, buys into this distortion, they themselves will become distorted.

As a society, we are being told, even ordered and mandated, to not express ourselves about what we like, or don’t like, therefore negating our individuality, our feelings, our emotions.

Some made fun of John Boehner, as his tears overflowed, when he was made Speaker of the House. His emotions were seen as ‘unacceptable’ to some who possibly can’t deal with their own emotions. Why can’t we accept others’ emotions for what they are… and that they are a ‘natural’ and  ‘innately normal’ part of being a human being?

If others’ emotions make you uncomfortable, you might need to look at yourself… perhaps, it’s because you aren’t dealing with yours… that viewing others emoting might be triggering something in you that you don’t want to, or are ‘afraid’ to address.

In some families, there may be one person who expresses the emotions of all. They may be the expressive one, the feeling one, the one who tells it like it is, the one who speaks the truth that the others don’t want to hear, or even acknowledge. The one who expresses for all, while the others may be cold, uncaring and locked or blocked in denial. To be cold and uncaring is not a worthy human quality to strive for…do you think?

Interesting, that while being told to get emotions under control… that so many attend movies and other events, such as music and the theatre, in order, to have their emotions triggered. It appears as a society that this is an ‘acceptable’ way to express and release. Feeling ‘fear’ in a horror show is fine. Feeling ‘sensitive’ watching a love story is fine… just think of the tears that were shed while watching Titanic or The Notebook. So, when a movie or book triggers emotions, it’s fine and acceptable…ummm…

But when real life does, we are told to stop crying, take some medication, stiffen your upper lip, hold strong, etc. Sooo… why is this?

I am an emotional person.  I honor how I feel and I express it. Some think I am too emotional and others like and enjoy it. I am truthful, can see through lies, and con as I have experienced much and grown into clear awareness and it’s my emotions that prodded me to do so. I am physically healthy, do not have addictions and am happy and peaceful most all of the time and when I am not, I express it.

We are ;sentient beings’ living on this earth and we are here to feel and express. This is how we grow and evolve emotionally and why God gave us the ability to feel, to have empathy, to care, to cry, to love, to become angry, to fear, etc. TO FEEL! And to express what we feel!

Laughing : Portrait of a beautiful lady standing with folded hands and laughing against white background Stock PhotoWhen we process through all of our emotions, we arrive back at peace… it’s when we become blocked that we become irritated and ill… which can result in mental, emotional and physical disorders on a variety of levels.

I have written a book titled, DADDY THROWS ME IN THE AIR… that I will put on my site to market in the near future… that deals   with emotions and family lineage.

If you can laugh in full abandon, you can cry as such. When you can feel the pain, you can feel the joy!

So, if you feel like crying CRY! Don’t deny who you are and how you feel! Be who you are, feel what you feel and express it healthfully… when you do, you will be happier and healthier on all levels and whole in your emotional being! 

Be what God put you here to be …YOU! Authentic people honor emotions in themselves and others… Agree or not? Express yourself…

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Your actions are a reflection of what you really believe…

???????????????????????????????and actions display who you really are… not your words. Your words show your intent, but if your actions don’t follow through then your words are empty…also words can be used to manipulate others…

So observe and trust more in actions and behaviors and just ‘listen’ to words…

In an honorable person with integrity, their words and actions match up. They say what they do and they do what they say.
In a fraud, a con, a disordered person, words and actions do not match up.

Example: people who pray using words of kindness and caring towards their fellowman… then treat others with hurtful actions and behaviors even contempt are clearly not what or who they ‘say’ they are.

A recent observation: I was in a situation where a group of people held hands and prayed about all things ‘good’ and about people being kind to one another. Then two hours after this ‘circle-praying’, I witnessed one person try to hug another person who was in this prayer group, reaching out to her out of caring and empathy, and saw them be rejected by ‘this self-proclaimed religious’ person who happened to be the wife of the man doing the praying… complete hypocrites… lots of empty words with no follow through… they must ‘think’ that just ‘saying it’ makes it real and true… 

A person who says the words, “I love you”, then treats you badly, this is not love, is it? It’s manipulation. Love is actions, not words… The words, “I love you”, can be the most manipulative in the English language…

A Father who tells his child, ” I love you” then does hurtful things will instill in a child confusion that is harmful even detrimental to a child’s development. And will make the child confused as to what love really is. They will not trust others and not trust their own eyes and ears. They may attract to them abusive people who say the words, “I love you”, but do not have the actions and behaviors that go along with their words.

This disconnect makes them open to being taken advantage of and abused by sociopaths, psychopaths, predators and cons, etc.

I have been writing lately about hypocrites and about words and actions not matching up because I am seeing this has become a rampant disease among people.

Just look at the ‘Obama Regime’, it is despicable in its hypocrisy. They ‘say’ they want to ‘help’, do ‘good’, and care about America, but what they are ‘doing’ is destroying and doing harm. And they are modeling to those who can’t ‘think’ or ‘discern’ for themselves and those without morals that this kind of lowly behavior is okay… in fact, this is a display of what to do to manipulate and get into a position to have power over and be able to control others. Instead of having honor, truth and integrity with words matching actions being shown we have the opposite… as if they are all scripted actors reading their lines while doing the exact opposite.

The world is being run by sociopaths, psychopaths, predators and cons…and it is all based on ‘rule by hypocrisy’. It is a plan to capture the very spirits and souls of the pure of heart.

So ‘listen’ to words, but ‘believe’ their actions and when words and actions don’t match up… know that there is a disorder going on, either in the person, the organization or the administration … and step away, turn away, vote them out, and know that you are not dealing with truth, but with the manipulation of evil…the evil of hypocrisy.

Unfortunately, the Leviathan lies of spin and fog are more prevalent than truth in our world today. Learn to see through the words by observing and witnessing the actions, the beliefs and the agenda…

Seeing clearly is the only way to clear out the evil distortion of hypocrisy, the tool that ‘they’ are using, to try to take over all that is good, pure and Holy.

Freak show! Instead of a refined world of class…

are we living in a gaudy world that is crass? Instead of less is more, are we living too much is better…?

I look around and gag!!!

Fat pig people dress like sloppy fools, proud of their gluttony. A first lady that looks like Ghetto trash who many time dresses, acts and looks like a transvestite, or a hooker while she is touted as being a ‘fashion icon’ by the bought and paid for corrupted media.

Some men look like women and some women look like men.

Money can’t buy class. Look at many Hollywood types… they act and live like ‘an immoral freak show’ with their lives on display for all to see and for many in the clueless, ‘unable to think for themselves’, masses emulate their example. Many in the masses can’t discern that it’s all a freak show…entertaining to watch, but not to live…

Many people these days seem to enjoy, even strive to act and look like freaks…
A ‘president’ that talks about ‘fairness’, while he lives like the dictator of some third world country.

Think of third world dictators, they live like gaudy, over-indulgent pigs (remember Emelda Marcos and her shoes, now think Michelle Obama and her garish wardrobe and continual vacations), while most the people, ‘their loyal subjects’, starve, live in squalor, poverty and illness, while ‘the few’ entertain and support, in order, that they stay in ‘favor’ of the regime. And this is what the Obama Regime wants for America. To quote Obama, “I punish my enemies and reward my friends.” Those are the words and actions of a dictator, ‘a Chicago Mafia, Muslim thug’, not a President.

Then we have the non-Americans moving to our country trying to change the view to something un-American and certainly anti-Christ…

And we are ‘supposed’ to accept their strange way of dressing, beliefs and habits, while they ignore even tear ours down…

Everywhere we look, it’s the Star War’s Bar… But this is not a movie this is our America.

What is happening to our country and what do we do about it…?
America was built upon, In God We Trust, not an anything goes freak show of immorality, lies, cons, power hungry thugs, etc…

America is by the people and for the people… not corrupt the people, change and dumb down the people, demoralize the people so that they don’t know who they are and are more easily controlled for the purposes of a government that becomes more corrupted by the day.

I look around and don’t recognize our America… It scares me and literally makes me physically, mentally and emotionally ill. So, I turn to God and ask for comfort and intervention…

Anyone else feel the same way?…

How do you know when you are in the presence of evil?

???????????????????????????????Does your skin crawl? Do you have a certain feeling in your gut?

Do you feel like you need to get away from the place, or them fast?

Do they appear too good to be true… or too bad to be around?…

Can you see evil from viewing it on TV? Can you catch it at a glance, or does it take time for you to see it?

Is evil obvious, or does it ‘try’ to hide itself? When evil tries to hide in good, is that its worst and most destructive manifestation?

Can you discern when evil is trying to hide in good?

What is it that lets you know or reveals that you are in the presence of evil?

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They can try to teach or to tell you anything… but

Ann05cit doesn’t become true until or unless you believe it…

It’s you that decides and has the final say about what you believe … not ‘them’…

So if you allow yourself to become brainwashed and led down a path to destruction by politicians or anyone else… it’s because you allowed it to occur.

The Obama regime is preying on those with no self-will or ability to think or to discern for themselves.

His agenda is to brainwash the non-thinkers and those without the sense and intelligence to think for themselves. Hear through Obama’s circle-talking lies… his Leviathan spin on everything… the fog that he creates that hides the truth… if you can’t see through that you are being brainwashed…

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Scrupulosity…

???????????????????????????????… is the modern-day ‘medical diagnosis’ that corresponds to a traditional use of the term scruples in a religious context, e.g. by Roman Catholics, to mean obsessive concern with one’s own sins and compulsive performance of religious devotion. As much as I find categorizing people trite and obnoxious… because of a group I recently observed, I began thinking why are some people so ‘overly religious’ and wear the mantel of the church like self-protecting armor as a facade to hide in and behind.

Overly religious people… those who hold hands and pray in a circle, as if ‘showing off’… those soooo ‘righteous’ and ‘religious’ and who say bless you’, ‘praise God’ and ‘Amen’ at the drop of a hat, and who attend church as if it’s their whole life and world…I wonder why their connection to God isn’t more secure in themselves?

One possibility might be that there is a besetting sin they are aware of, or perhaps, past sins that they find too upsetting to think about, or perhaps, even consciously remember, but have not been confessed to God and repented of.  As I have noticed that these people rarely appear happy, or joyful and are overly serious, critical and careful to word things in just the ‘right’ way and ‘according to them’. They appear full of a guilty conscious … and like they are hiding it from the themselves and the world…

Some people have made some bad choices in their lifetime and they begin to get a guilty conscious. They can’t forgive themselves and so they turn to religion ‘hoping’ that they will find a God that will forgive them so that they can ‘feel better’ about themselves. They are, perhaps, afraid of their karma coming back to ‘haunt’ them thinking that when they die, they will have to face the punishments for what they did in this lifetime. They fear that they might be judged harshly someday and maybe that’s why they judge others so intensely and try to lord their facade of being religious over others.

Example: There was a very wealthy man in Texas who was accused and tried for killing several people including his stepdaughter..after going through much of his fortune defending himself, he got off. Then this guy became a minister… HA!

There are a wide range of ‘mental afflictions’ in which people have an area of their life to which their mind keeps lying to them. Is this why some wear the mantel of ‘religion’ while lying to the world? Is it their guilt and fear of being judged eventually by the God that they ‘claim’ so devoutly to believe in and worship?

 Is this why they continually judge themselves and others as it relates to God and try to hold themselves out as more ‘religious’, so that others will view them as ‘good’ and they can think ‘good’ of themselves? Priests who molest children. The Bishop who extorts money for donations and kisses up to the wealthy, using guilt and the ‘promise’ of redemption… The true redemption that he has nothing to do with…

Scrupulosity has been called “pathological doubt.” OCD sufferers do something simple – depending on the person, it might be locking a door, switching off the oven, or receiving God’s forgiveness – and then their illness causes them to worry

abnormally over whether they did it correctly. They feel driven to keep seeking assurance far beyond what is rational.

Scrupulosity can fill people with such false guilt that many are unlikely to admit to it, while others have no idea that they have an unhealthy sense of guilt and so ‘suppose’ there is nothing wrong with them.

Consequently, scrupulosity remains such a hidden disease that
researchers have been unable to determine how common it is. One study of Catholic high school students found that a staggering 25% seemed to have scrupulosity. Perhaps, there was something in their religious teaching that contributed to this astounding figure.

Famous Christians often thought to have suffered from scrupulosity include Martin Luther, who spear-headed the Protestant Reformation, and John Bunyan, author of one of the most influential of all Christian books, ‘Pilgrims Progress’. If so, it highlights how Christians cannot only survive, but spiritually thrive despite this affliction. The Almighty can turn this horror on its head, even bringing incalculable good out of a most distressing illness. This most certainly does not mean, however, that the God of love who went to the extreme of the cross wants anyone to suffer the torment of feeling unforgivable. That is why Christ suffered on the cross, so that we could be saved. So why all the guilt and fear? 

It is well known that in his early days as a monk, Luther was overwhelmed by feelings of utter depravity and terror of judgment. It is claimed that, despite desperately wanting to please God, he was assaulted by anger and hatred towards God, urges to curse God and, during prayer, obsessing about the devil’s rear end. It is frequently told how he threw an inkpot at a vision of the devil, but less well publicized is that he also threw an inkpot at a vision of Christ. The great reformer often suffered such depression that he wished he had never been born.

Interestingly, Luther’s wife, Kate, is thought to have suffered from a different anxiety disorder; Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD). Not only is this condition often treated with the same medication as used to treat OCD, it can also be spiritually bewildering. 

I once knew someone who was tormented by mysterious guilt feelings and had feelings of being cut off from God. He suffered from a serious illness that caused great physical pain and yet he found this inner pain far worse than the physical pain. The torment persisted for years despite him having a solid Biblical understanding of salvation, being strongly committed to God and frequently being powerfully used of God. Eventually, he discovered that GAD was causing what almost seemed to be spiritual symptoms of guilt and/or alienation from God.

Do feelings of internal guilt turn some into religious zealots, and is that why some enter the church in service? Are addictions caused by this same kind of internal guilt? Look at Islam and the guilt and hate that it instills and inflicts in their ‘practice’ of  being ‘devout’. Their repetitive prayer routines, their covering and confining clothing…their punitive maiming, stoning and killing…

Scrupulosity and its derivatives  describes an obsession with one’s sins and ridding them at all costs – has caused the suffering of many a Christian both past and present. It’s derived from the 14th century Latin word scrupulous, meaning a “sharp stone or pebble,” used figuratively by Cicero to describe that which causes unease or anxiety. Think of it as a jagged pebble lodged firmly in the recesses of the mind, causing Martin Luther, for example, to go through confession marathons with annoyed priests to make sure he hadn’t left one sin unconfessed.
For the believer, an obsession with moral purity can stifle fruitful relationships with other Christians, and perhaps ironically, with the Lord himself. Instead of leading a believer to a deeper trust in God’s mercy on account of their sins – a trust that is meant to bring “peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ” – scrupulosity focuses the person back on the efforts of him or herself, which usually leads to excessive guilt and despair.
It fills me with sadness and even fear when I observe the angry, stern, sad countenance and suffering look on many of the faces of those afflicted… and the damnation and brimstone of those preaching and the pathetically joyless faces and countenance of so many overly obsessed with religion. Then there are those who have this almost dazed, ‘drank too much of the koolaid’ self-righteous expression…A true connection to God is freedom from inner pain and the joyful inner knowing and peace of the Lord for the gift of forgiveness in Jesus Christ and why he died on the cross…it fills one with an innate joy in their spirit and is displayed in the actions of  everyday living.