The 6 pro·m·emo essences
NATURAL REMEDIES THAT MAY ASSIST YOUR EMOTIONAL HEALTH AND WELLNESS
Pro·m·emo, Process my emotions essences are drop dose essences to assist with processing your emotions when experiencing emotional disturbance either mild or severe. The pro·m·emo essence remedies may assist with mood, fear, love, sadness, grief, melancholy, emotional stress, terror, worry, loneliness, manic excitement and so on. The pro·m·emo essences do not remove the feeling or emotion. Rather they assist with processing those emotions so they do not get ‘stuck’ in the body and progress to physical symptoms. For example, anger presents in the body as a feeling of rage and has the correlating physical symptoms of red face, distended arteries and blood vessels, a raised voice, red eyes and rapid breathing. In this example, pro·m·emo allows the anger to be processed by the MindBody complex, therefore avoiding the expression of physical symptoms. Your health is maintained because the body is not subjected to emotional extreme that people can feel, and life becomes a journey of calmness and inner peace, where emotions are felt and processed immediately, naturally and with no effort. The benefits of living an emotional free and non-reactive life are too vast to list. pro·m·emo may assist with emotional health and wellness. What do you have to lose?
EACH ESSENCE IS INTERTWINED WITH THE BEAUTIFUL ANCIENT CHINESE MEDICINE 5 ELEMENT THEORY AND ASSISTS TO BALANCE YOUR 5 ELEMENTS; WOOD FIRE EARTH METAL AND WATER TO RESTORE HARMONY & BALANCE WITHIN YOUR BODY MIND.
Why is our emotional health important?
Emotional health may lead you to success in work, relationships and health. Previously, researchers thought that success was responsible for making people happy. However, new research reveals that it is in fact, the other way around. Happy people are more likely to work toward goals, discover the resources they need and magnetize others to them with their energy and optimism which are key building blocks of success. Adapted from “Review of research challenges assumption that success makes people happy”. 1)Show 1 footnote“The Benefits of Frequent Positive Affect: Does Happiness Lead to Success?, Sonja Lyubomirsky, Ph.D., University of California, Riverside; Laura King, Ph.D., University of Missouri, Columbia and Ed Diener, Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and The Gallup Organization; Psychological Bulletin, Vol. 131, No. 6. ↩
In every workplace and indeed more increasingly in our everyday lives we are understanding that Emotional Intelligence (EQ) is directly related to taking care of and looking after your emotional health AND that your emotional health is truly just as important as caring for your physical health. People who are emotionally healthy are:
- in control of their emotions and behavior
- bounce back when bad things happen
- better able to handle life’s inevitable challenges
- build strong relationships
- manage stress without falling apart
- lead productive, fulfilling lives
If your emotional health is not as strong as you wish it was,
then pro•m•emo is for you . . .
In three to five drops you can boost your mood, build resilience,
let go of baggage and get more enjoyment out of life.
Tony Robbins states that “emotional mastery is the key to living a life that you direct. The capacity to have absolute direct power over what you feel in every single moment—no matter what happens around you—is one of the most important skill sets you can have.”
Tony focuses on ‘three forces’ that is known as ‘the triad’ which together “create any—and every—emotional state.” He goes on to state “Whatever you feel, you’re not feeling it because you have to feel it. You’re feeling it because you’ve chosen from the Triad. In order to master your emotions and consciously choose the emotions you want to live in, you need to understand these three forces and how to use them to your advantage.”
But consciously (mentally) focusing on emotions we believe is the wrong way to go. Have you ever tried to tell a angry man to calm down? How long was it before he became really angry?! We decided to focus on herbal medicine and their effects on emotions. The starting point for this was traditional Chinese medicine which, has long been known for its power to assist in processing emotions. Each herb has an emotional component that it addresses and we figured that if we chose the strongest herb that pertained to the five pure emotions (anger, worry/over-thinking, joy/sadness, grief/melancholy and fear) and used it during a time when that emotion was predominating the person, that it would make the body more emotionally resilient and give the person complete emotional mastery (without the need to consciously do anything!).
Are you ready to live with less stress, limitation and fear?
Discover pro•m•emo for yourself.
Access your key to emotional peace
Take the pro·m·emo 5 Element Assessment to find out which Element from Ancient Chinese medicine needs to be tonified to regain your harmony & balance within
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|1.||↑||Show 1 footnote“The Benefits of Frequent Positive Affect: Does Happiness Lead to Success?, Sonja Lyubomirsky, Ph.D., University of California, Riverside; Laura King, Ph.D., University of Missouri, Columbia and Ed Diener, Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and The Gallup Organization; Psychological Bulletin, Vol. 131, No. 6. ↩|