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What Are You Feeling?

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By Shawn McAndrew Every morning during the Process, your teacher asked you, “What are you feeling?” This was a specific question, and answers such as “Fine,” “Bad,” “Good,” or “Okay” did not answer the question of “what.” Today, in this moment, during these times, let’s take a moment to ask ourselves that same question: “What are you feeling?” There’s no wrong answer – just be honest.

Feelings are indicators of what’s going on beneath the surface. Today, I find myself vacillating between ups and downs, from moment to moment.

I am reminded of the five stages of grief, which Elisabeth Kübler-Ross brought forth in her book On Death and Dying, published in 1969.

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