Emotional Mold

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Unattended negative thoughts and emotions seep into your subconscious.

Imagine standing in the bathroom watching the bathtub overflow with water as it escapes over the side and starts flooding the floor. The water damage will start leaking through, causing more damage into walls and floor boards, if left unattended, this will produce mold.

You can turn the facet off, drain the tub, and mop the water but what if the water damage is deeper? Or this continually happens over a long period of time? You are going to have water damage and mold. If the mold is left to grow and is unattended, it can create health issues.

You can put a rug down and paint over it but the water damage is still within the walls and floor boards. It won’t just disappear because you ignore it, you have to break open the layers and repair them.  

You can skirt around, distract, cover up, pass the buck, numb out – but it’s impossible to hide from yourself. 

Emotions that drive fear within us become emotional mold. If it isn’t love then it is fear. 

Fear (from Iyanla Vanzant)

1 – Losing someone’s love or rejection.

2 – Powerless – Helpless – Not Safe or Vulnerable

3 – Loss of Control

4 – Not being seen as valuable, worthy, or necessary.

You must find the strength to open the wounds, stick your hands inside, pull out the core of the pain that is holding you in your past, the memories, and make peace with them.”                                                                                                                                                                     ~Iyanla Vanzant

If an emotion rises up when you think or speak about a person or circumstance, it needs your attention. There is work to be done to get to the heart of the matter. 

Why does it upset you? Where is that coming from? What is the trigger? Is it true? Is it time to address and clear some emotional mold?

Love, Light, & Blessings to you,