The Burden of Negative Emotions

Negative emotions are the main cause of self-sabotage. Self-sabotage is any way of acting, thinking or feeling that prevents you from achieving your goals in life. When you sabotage yourself, you take action based on negative emotions like fear and worry. You use self-sabotage when you talk yourself out of doing something that requires stepping out of your comfort zone. 

• If you are like most people, you have a dream or a goal that you want to achieve. You know that you have to take new action, meet new people and go to new places, but are unable to do so due to fear. 

• You come up with excuses why you cannot do what you know is the best thing for you, because it feels very uncomfortable. 

• You allow this feeling of uneasiness to be your guide in making your decision and choose to stay where you are. 

• You also engage in negative self-talk and convince yourself that you don’t have what it takes to move forward in life.

You don’t consciously think in terms of sabotaging yourself or your life, this is an unconscious mechanism. You consciously think more in terms of limitation. Limiting thoughts and believes inevitably trigger negative emotions and feelings of indecisiveness and unworthiness. 

When it comes time for you to take action in the direction of your goals, you feel jaded. The pure thought of doing something that involves change or going outside what’s familiar and comfortable, creates a true state of panic, anxiety and insecurity.

This state governs your decision making skills.

Here are some examples:

 You postpone doing something because you don’t feel ready.

 You always need more time to think about it.

 You change your mind and decide to do something else instead.

 You find good excuses why now it’s not a good time.

 You consult with people who will help you sabotage yourself.

This process happens to you in such a way that you are not fully conscious of it. You are in a state of misconception that makes you attend to your immediate uncomfortable feeling. The end result is always not taking the required steps to move forward.

The reason why it is so hard for you to take the first step or to keep going, is because you have trained your unconscious mind to believe that you are not worthy of your dream. 

Since childhood, your mind has been trained through the habit of thinking, feeling and acting, to work in a certain way. In reality, you are a byproduct of your family and social conditioning.

When a learned self-sabotaging behavior becomes a habit, you do it over and over, without even noticing. It’s a mental program that constantly runs beyond your conscious awareness.

Experiencing Negative Emotions

The human experience is such that you will experience all kinds of different emotions from happiness to sadness. If you notice, each emotion you experience creates a different feeling in your body.

Scientist now know that certain specific emotions will be associated with the biochemical release of certain chemicals within the body.

For example, when you are happy, your brain will release dopamine, oxytocin, or serotonin. On the other hand, when you are stressed, your body will secrete cortisol or adrenaline. 

What happens to your body when you are thinking negative thoughts and are worried all the time?

Your body will be certainly responding to your thoughts and feeling either in a positive or negative way, depending on what you are thinking and feeling. 

Mind Body Connection

The mind-body connection is very powerful in affecting your state of mental and physical health.

Even if you are not aware of this connection, studies have shown how strong it can be in creating health or ill states within the body.

When you deal with life issues with an overall positive mental attitude, you will create a mental state that supports ease.

When you deal with life issues with an overall negative mental attitude, you will create a mental state that supports the dis-ease state.

Trapped Emotions

When you experience trauma or intense negative emotions, you enter a state of being that is out of balance.

When the negative emotional change is over, you should be able to go back to your normal natural state of ease.

When this does not happen and the intensity or frequency of the emotion is intense, you feel overwhelmed and instead of releasing the negative emotion, you suppressed it and in doing so it becomes stuck or trapped inside of you.

Trapped emotions are real and you carry a lot of them in your body as a result of  trauma and difficult life events.

When you feel an intense emotion and this emotion is not process in a healthy way, it will remain stuck. The energy of the emotion or the emotional change of your experience forms a ball of energy that becomes nested next to an organ, gland, muscle, tissue and remains there forever.

The emotional change continues to vibrate according to the initial frequency of the trapped emotions causing interference with the normal functioning of the body creating dysfunction and disease.

You know you have a trapped emotions if when you feel angry you really overreact to small little things, if you fall apart for a simple misunderstanding or if it will take a minor incident to make you feel hurt and sad. 

Physical Dysfunction And Negative Emotions

When negative emotions become trapped in the body there can be dangerous consequences to the organs, gland or tissues when the trapped emotions is lodged. The frequency of the trapped emotions works like an interference disrupting the communication circuits connected to the organs.

Cellular mutations are more likely to occur in this state of imbalance and bacterial or viruses are more likely to target that organ, gland or tissue.

When you have a trapped emotion, it's only a matter of time before tissue inflammation, damage or disease shows up. The average adult has a minimum of 300 to 400 trapped emotions.

Your natural state of health is balance and harmony. If you are not in this state you can rest assure you have trapped emotions affecting you. 

Negative emotions can be visualized as a cloud of gray energy surrounding a gland, an organ or a muscle and you may have more than one trapped emotions located in the same area.

Often time the subconscious mind uses these negative emotional energy to build a wall around your heart. This is called the Heart-Wall.

Your Organs Store Negative Emotions

The ancient Taoists knew that negative emotions could have a detrimental impact on someone's health causing physical and spiritual conditions.

The realized that each human emotion creates a form of energy, which can be referred to as emotional change. It is this energy that causes many conditions. There is a strong correlation between an emotions and certain organs. For example, when you feel a "knot" in your stomach, you are probably worries or concerned about something. Negative emotions can get trapped in any location of the body, but are often found more specifically in certain organs. 

For example:

  • Anger weakens your liver
  • Grief affects your lung
  • Worry weakens your spleen and stomach
  • Anxiety affects your digestive organs and glands
  • Stress weakens your heart
  • Fear affects your adrenal glands and kidneys
  • Shock attacks you kidneys
  • Humiliation is connected to your reproductive organs and glands
  • Guilt and bitterness affects your gall bladder

According to Chines medicine, negative emotions are produced by certain organs.

The energy of the emotions can travel along a meridian and get stuck anywhere in the body. meridians are energy pathways through which energy moves in and out of the organs and glands to bring new flesh Chi (life force energy) and release old Chi.

Releasing Trapped Emotions

Since trapped emotions are basically made of energy they can be released. The process of effectively release trapped emotions is based on a few steps:

1. Define the emotion 

2. Locate where it is trapped in the body

3. Release it by using a magnet

4. Double check to make sure it has been released

The information about the emotions that are trapped in your body can be found by using muscle testing. Through muscle testing we can access your subconscious mind.

Your subconscious mind is like a supercomputer that contains all the information about what happened to you at every moment of your life. Your subconscious mind has stored every emotion, every thought and every action your have ever taken throughout your existence. 

Through muscle testing we can ask specific targeted questions to get the answer about trapped emotions we need. This will reveal if any issue you are experiencing now could be related to having trapped emotions.

There are always trapped emotions at the root cause of many issues in every area of your life: health, finances, and relationships.

Do not underestimate the burden of trapped emotions!


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