IEMS: My New Process for Managing Emotions
Often, we find ourselves trapped in a cycle of negative emotions that we struggle to break free from. Despite knowing that this pattern is self-sabotaging, we feel powerless to interrupt it, leading us to believe that something is inherently wrong with us. I have observed this common pattern among my clients, including successful business owners and CEOs who struggle to manage their frustration, fear, and overwhelm.
As humans, we strive to do our best, but sometimes we need tools to help us. As I write my book and share stories and tools, I have developed the Internal Emotional Management System (IEMS). It is a process I teach my clients, based on developing an intentional relationship with our emotions.
Relating to our emotions is crucial, and it is a fundamental aspect of the support I offer my clients. Our relationships are formed based on our thoughts and feelings about various aspects of our lives, such as food, time, money, work, partners, children, ourselves, or even life itself. However, we can control how we think and feel about these topics.
Even when we experience overwhelming emotions like frustration or over-desire, we can choose to consciously engage with them. Instead of pushing them aside, we can breathe and lean into them, deciding how we WANT to deal with them.
By using IEMS, we can achieve emotional states of freedom, agency, empowerment, control, grounding, and calm. This helps us live a more fulfilling life, full of the desires and wants that truly satisfy us.
So, are you ready to join me on this journey?