What's Your Wobble?

Think of your “wobble” as an emotional frequency…

If you follow the wobble, it will help you get to know your hidden brain.

Wobbles feel like emotions, but they are not “true” emotions.  Instead, they reflect the Attitude your mind has adopted towards your emotions.

How Do Feelings Become “Unresolved” and Start  to Wobble?

Feelings become unresolved if they are not received properly when we first learn to have them.

If your emotions were not received properly, you develop a negative relationship towards them.  That’s what makes them “unresolved.”

Unresolved feelings of frustration, or anger, or disappointment, or heartbreak or despair, for example, can show up with agitation.  Dread.  Confusion. Shame. These are feelings we are uncomfortable with.

Here are some examples of “wobbles”

How Do Feelings Become “Unresolved” and Start  to Wobble?

Feelings become unresolved if they are not received properly when we first learn to have them.

If your emotions were not received properly, you develop a negative relationship towards them.  That’s what makes them “unresolved.”

Unresolved feelings of frustration, or anger, or disappointment, or heartbreak or despair, for example, can show up with agitation.  Dread.  Confusion. Shame. These are feelings we are uncomfortable with.

What do Resolved feelings look like?

When your feelings are resolved, they become sources of information to help you know how to navigate the world and take proper care of yourself.

Remember, Resolved Emotions Can Serve Us.

Ready to Find Your Wobble?