The Vampire Effect of Holding On to Emotions That Do Not Serve Us

Letting go of negative emotions…

We cling to emotions that do not serve us. Why?

There is a vampire effect of negative emotions that occurs when we give away our personal power repeatedly and let those negative emotions feed on our spirit, weakening us. We don’t have to do this.

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Storyteller and dreamer. I write about the English language, being human, the magic of life, and metaphysics. Ph.D. in English Literature. www.regina-clarke.com

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Regina Clarke

Regina Clarke

Storyteller and dreamer. I write about the English language, being human, the magic of life, and metaphysics. Ph.D. in English Literature. www.regina-clarke.com

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