Releasing Emotions in the Body

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“The body is the most reliable truth meter.” ~ Adyashanti

A while back, I found myself in tears during a yoga class. It was near the end, and as I tried to keep my face down as I rolled up my mat, I felt the teacher come and stand near me, lending supportive energy as she chatted with another student. I knew she had noticed my upset and probably recognized it for what it was — a timely release.

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Victoria McGee

Victoria McGee

I write about the spiritual aspect of healing from trauma. My blog can be found at www.stillbeloved.com.

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