One morning I was in the swimming pool and had just started to swim the laps I had planned for the day when I just stopped. I lacked the energy or motivation to swim any further. I realized that I was in the pool with enough time to swim and was getting out the pool due to a lack of emotional energy. That’s when l discovered that we are so focused on time management to reach our dreams, while at the same time we live in exhaustion as work, and family and social commitments pull us in every direction. The quality time to read and pursue hobbies seems to elude us. I posed the question: “What is more limiting: clock time or Emotional Time?”
As an alternative to “time management” we can have more energy. More emotional energy as the tile suggest, using “energy management”. We can both build emotional energy and avoid energy leaks?
“Energy leaks?” I hear you ask. As we engage with the people and events of our day a series of thoughts and feelings are stimulated. Some of these thoughts and feelings can generate responses that sabotage our environment, and leave us feeling angry, frustrated and depleted. Being aware and mindful can disrupt sabotaging automatic responses, and we can choose to respond in a way that reveals the best in us.
My programs on Ho’oponopono & Mindfulness (follow this link https://emotionaltime.com/hooponopono-mindfulness) are designed help these situations and release more energy capacity into our lives.
Building our sense of inner value can also play a role in building emotional energy. In much the same way that low self-esteem can sabotage success, building a high sense of inner value or self-worth can attract success. Build your inner value using the three building blocks of this site.
Source Value is a spiritual journey where source energy feeds your emotional energy and clears the blocks in your path.
Articles on source valuer include:
- Law and Attraction (source-value/law-and-attraction)
- How To Believe In You: 5 Ways To Create Support (source-value/how-to-believe-in-you )
- Letters On The Subject of Happiness – Richard Branson (source-value/the-subject-of-happiness)
Trait Value is about enjoying the journey and the way you express your values.
Articles on trait value include:
- Focus Development: Lessons from the African Bush (emotional-time-trait-value/focus-development).
Habit Value focuses on those actions and daily habits that build the road that produces value.
Articles on habit value include:
- The Road Not Taken Analysis: 3 Ways to Choose (emotional-time-habit-value/the-road-not-taken-analysis)
- WOW Success Factors: The Power of Small Things (emotional-time-habit-value/wow-success-factors)