Focus again on a memory when someone hurt you or made you angry.
You already appreciate that memories involving low vibrational emotions, such as anger, are held in the head because, when we recount them, we move up into our head and stay in our head to do so.
Today, I invite you to recount this negative memory and while you do so, tune into your heart.
Does your heart feel expansive or constricted as a result of this memory? Does it feel full or contracted?
Low vibrational emotions, such as anger, a contractive emotions, meaning they do not let your heart or your energy expand, they keep them small and tight.
When your heart is kept small, are you able to experience expansion? No.
So when you recall a memory that has negative emotions attached to it, your heart has no room to expand and, so, you remain up in your head.