Dealing with your hidden grief, wounds and tears

It is common in our society to not show tears or show tears as per our gender role plays and given circumstances. Shedding tears can be socially acceptable or unacceptable again depending on many factors. People find great pride in not expressing and thereby not acknowledging their grief.

When we do not acknowledge our grief, we shove it under the carpet. It is like the wound which keeps festering time and again.

Now is the time to recognize these wounds. Let it drain and dry out.

Your grief could be because of losses. Your own disappointment with yourself for not acting as you would have acted; for not doing what you could have done or for not doing your bit to save a part of your personality, a part of your, body, a part of your life, of your relationship and kept watching and saying that ‘I am brave enough’; ‘I can handle it’.

We take pride in suppressing crucial feelings and valiantly keeping it to yourselves

Its time to recognize, reorganize, relive and heal, those hidden tears.

Redikall Soul Bath tonic for this is:

Redikall Healing Consciousness is Purifying, Energizing, Completing, Grounding and Protecting me from my hidden grief, wounds and tears.

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Comment by Sanjeev Padmanabhan R on June 30, 2018 at 11:11am
Really vital and necessary for all of us men who are trianed to think "Mard ko Dard nahi hota" and we suppress tears..
Thank you

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