Originally published on lookwithinyou. You may have never come across this term before, and if you did, you might not have paid attention to it. However, it is an important quality that can save you a lot of emotional inconvenience and suffering. So what exactly is emotional detachment? It is a state of calmness, and the ability not be emotionally agitated by people, events, and your own thoughts.
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Post a comment. Imagine how free, relieved and happy you would be, if you could stay calm and poised in the midst of whatever is happening in your life. Think how much physical, emotional, and mental energy you could spare, if you could avoid becoming upset, angry or moody.
Learn how emotional detachment can help you maintain a state of calmness, self-control and psychic integrity in your everyday life! By Remez Sasson.
Do you take everything too personally? Do your moods go up and down often? Can an insignificant incident destroy your whole day? Are you easily affected by what people say or think about you? Do you allow situations and people to affect your moods and behavior? Do you lack inner peace? The good news is that you can change this situation with emotional detachment! Emotional detachment is useful at home and at work, in your relationships with your family, relatives, friends and co-workers, and with everyone else.
Lack of emotional detachment leads to attachment, to fear of letting go, and to avoiding changes. You need some degree of emotional detachment, if you wish to feel free, and to improve the quality of your life. Otherwise, people and events, your memories, thoughts, and past, will tie you down. Emotional agitation, anger, and hurt feelings, cause stress and unhappiness, and lead nowhere, except to more pain, suffering, and broken relationships. They disturb your mind, disrupt your concentration, and prevent you from focusing on the matters at hand.
If you wish to enjoy inner peace, it is imperative that you try to gain at least some degree of emotional detachment. Too much emotional involvement with matters that do not concern you, or are not important, take too much of your time, energy and health. Excessive emotional involvement agitates your mind and feelings, and obstructs inner peace, common sense, and right judgement. Emotional detachment would not necessarily make your life problems-free. You will still encounter disturbing circumstances and disturbing people, because this is part of life, however, your attitude toward them, your state of mind, and the way you react, would change.
Detachment, as taught in this book, does not make you want to avoid meeting people or experiencing feelings. You can interact with other people, show warmth, compassion and love, and yet, maintain a state of equanimity, calmness, and inner stregth.
Emotional detachment produces a state of inner peace and equanimity, which is unaffected by external circumstances, nor by people's moods or states of mind. Emotional detachment is essential for every person who wishes to become free from worries, fears and anxiety. A state of emotional detachment is most useful in many situations, when dealing with family or friends, or at your job.
True detachment is an inner attitude, which allows you to interact with other people, show warmth, compassion and love, and yet, maintain a state of composure and equanimity.
Emotional detachment can help you maintain a state of calmness, self-control and psychic integrity, when handling your daily affairs of life and in your interactions with people.
Learn how to avoid dwelling on distressing or unpleasant events from your past, and reliving them in your mind over and again. Learn how to avoid becoming agitated by what people say or do, and by circumstances and events. Find out how to remain calm and unaffected in the company of people, who burden you with their worries and problems, or hurt your feelings.
Discover how to remain calm and balanced, and use judgement and common sense in pressing and difficult situations. Emotional detachment is a skill, which you can learn like any other skill, and is vital for every person, everywhere, and in all walks of life. It is the antidote to constant thinking about the past, worrying about the future, dwelling on what this or that person said, and taking everything too personally.
Emotional detachment, as taught in this book, has nothing to do with avoiding people or feelings. It is an inner attitude, which enables you to maintain a state of composure and equanimity, and at the same time interact with other people, show warmth, compassion and love.
Well-developed emotional detachment produces a state of inner peace and equanimity, undisturbed by circumstances or other people's moods and states of mind, just like a calm lake that is undisturbed by winds or waves. It also guards you from being adversely affected by the moods, and negative thoughts and emotions of other people.
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Don’t Allow People and Circumstances Control Your Life
Emotional detachment is an important skill that can help you maintain a state of calmness, self-control and psychic integrity, when handling your daily affairs of life, in your interactions with people, and when facing emotional demands of another person or group of people, at home, at work, and at any other place. One of the important characteristics of emotional detachment is the ability to avoid getting involved with unnecessary or unhealthy emotions and reactions, and not becoming upset by what people say or do, or by their emotions, reactions or behavior. Emotional detachment also protects you from being upset by external conditions or situations. It does not necessarily change your circumstances, but it allows you to act and react calmly and with common sense, without emotional agitation, which often clouds the judgment and wastes unnecessary emotional and physical energy. Emotional detachment, as taught in this book, has nothing to do with avoiding people or feelings. It is an inner attitude, which enables you to maintain a state of composure and equanimity, while interacting with other people, and while dealing with your day-to-day affairs.
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The book has been revised and improved, and its cover image and title changed. The updated information has moved to a new page and address. Imagine how free, relieved and happy you would be, if you could stay calm and poised in the midst of whatever is happening in your life. Think how much physical, emotional, and mental energy you could spare, if you could avoid becoming upset, angry or moody. Imagine how free and calm you would feel, if you did not take everything too personally and could stop becoming upset by what people say and do.