The left side of the body is often regarded as the feminine side, the receiving side, where you take in. It represents, among other things, the mother. The right side of the body is often regarded as the masculine side, the giving-out side, where you express. It represents, among other things, the father.
The left side of the body represents the feminine principle in both men and women. It indicates the ability to ask for help, to receive, or to surrender; to nourish and care for others; to be tender and caring; to be creative and artistic; to listen to and trust our own wisdom.
When an emotion is not fully processed, it may become “stuck” in the body. However, it’s the limbic structures of the brain where emotional processing occurs.
Most of your powerful emotions such as anger and fear are stored in your back.
I was at a yoga retreat which gave me time to ponder this whilst also learning that yes, in many traditions all over the world, the left side of the body is the feminine side and the right is the masculine.
The three key areas in the body that have the potential to be most affected by emotional forces are the pelvic floor, the diaphragm, and the jaw. Many of you have experienced tension in your neck and jaw and tightness in your low back.
Stretch, dance, run - whatever kind of movement you enjoy - just let your body freely move and get that energy flowing. Feed your senses - Feed yourself a delicious and nurturing meal, listen to moving music, go to an art exhibit, or even just set out some fresh flowers.
The left channel, begins at the 1st chakra (Mooladhara) and passes up through the left side of the body, crossing the 6th (Agnya) chakra into the temple and terminating in the right side of the brain in the superego area. The superego is the storehouse of all our memories, habits and conditionings.
Emotions produce physical responses—racing hearts, burning cheeks, trembling hands or tightness in the chest. And according to new research, the way those emotions make us feel is the same regardless of a person’s culture, background or origins—humans share some universal emotional experiences.
Mining Books To Map Emotions Through A Century. People reported that happiness and love sparked activity across nearly the entire body, while depression had the opposite effect: It dampened feelings in the arms, legs and head. Danger and fear triggered strong sensations in the chest area, the volunteers said.
Recurrent, unwanted distressing memories of the traumatic event. Reliving the traumatic event as if it were happening again (flashbacks) Upsetting dreams or nightmares about the traumatic event. Severe emotional distress or physical reactions to something that reminds you of the traumatic event.
Neck /Shoulder Tension: Burdens and Responsibilities
If you suffer from neck and shoulder tension, it’s likely that you’re overly burdened. Rather than ask for help from others, you’re likely to do everything yourself. This most often leads to neck and shoulder tightness.
“[N]ervousness, stress, fear, anxiety, caution, boredom, restlessness, happiness, joy, hurt, shyness, coyness, humility, awkwardness, confidence, subservience, depression, lethargy, playfulness, sensuality, and anger can all manifest through the feet and legs.”
Signs You Have Shame- Feeling sensitive.
Feeling like you have little impact.
Being worried what others think about you.
Worrying that you aren’t treated with respect.
A blocked root chakra can manifest as physical issues like arthritis, constipation, and bladder or colon problems, or emotionally through feeling insecure about finances or our basic needs and well-being. When it’s in alignment and open, we will feel grounded and secure, both physically and emotionally.
Kundalini is thought to be an energy released within an individual using specific meditation techniques. It is represented symbolically as a serpent coiled at the base of the spine.
The right side of the brain is feminine or that which is creative, delicate, intuitive, nurturing, receptive, tender, surrendering, synthesizing, integrating, soft, feeling, and the part of us that “knows” without explanation.
Woman with too much masculine energy shows excessive masculine energy traits such as competitiveness, aggressiveness, and dominance. She is often very independent, goal-oriented, and directive. She is usually not very emotional or expressive and can be quite harsh and unyielding.
Some people’s efforts to block residual feelings of trauma may look like adapting avoidance behavior to avoid feelings of pain, also called trauma blocking. What is Trauma blocking? Trauma blocking is an effort to block out and overwhelm residual painful feelings due to trauma.
Five Stages Of Healing- Stage One: Grief And Denial.
Stage Two: Anger.
Stage Three: Bargaining.
Stage Four: Depression.
Stage Five: Acceptance.
signs of high feminine energy:- You are nurturing and compassionate.
You are affectionate.
Your intuition is your guide.
You are magnetic.
You are attractive.
You are warm and welcoming.
You are sensual.
You take good care of yourself.
Wounded feminine energy is caused by unsafe, traumatic, and/or abusive experiences in our past. These can be emotional, physical, or sexual abuse; neglect; and other types of traumatic experiences. These events leave an imprint on our psyche, which causes us to distort our view of ourselves, others, and the world.
The Divine Feminine is the feminine aspect of the divine power that connects and binds the Earth together. In other words, it is the goddess energy that exists within all of us. Many ancient cultures have a Divine Feminine concept. The Egyptians had Isis, the Greeks had Aphrodite, and the Hindus have Shakti.
What is dark feminine energy? The dark feminine is one-half of the divine feminine. She is not the negative aspect of the feminine but rather the dark, fiery, transformational, shadow aspect of womanhood. The birth, death, and rebirth cycle is at the center of our story as women and at the center of mother earth.