Feelings are like water. When they are bottled up and kept from flowing, they stagnate and become poisonous. When they are allowed to flow in a safe and non-destructive way, insights arise, and they cleanse themselves. Strong emotions become pure and life giving once again.
At night during dreaming, the eyes move back and forth. This is called REM, or Rapid Eye Movement. REM shifts emotional energy back and forth between the two hemispheres of the brain, and between the parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous systems. This allows emotional energy in the dream to process and heal itself on all four levels of consciousness.
When a person is recalling and reliving a memory of an emotional trauma, and feeling the original feelings as they come up in the process, it is wise to shift the eyes back and forth exactly the same way as in dreaming at the same time.
The most important principles to remember in healing emotions are:
Recall and relive only one memory at a time.
Choose the memory that is the most painful. MAKE A VISUAL PICTURE IN YOUR MIND THAT REPRESENTS THIS MEMORY as if you had a snapshot of the event. Write down a description of this snapshot.
Remember and relive the memory completely from beginning to end. Do this a number of times, reliving the memory from beginning to end. Do this as long as it takes to bring up all the feelings.
Commit to stay with the remembering and feeling process for as long as it takes in order to obtain healing insights into the circumstances of the wounding event. This takes discipline. Always, at some point in the healing process, there is a strong, urge to “bolt” and walk away from the painful feelings. Usually this happens just prior to the stage when the most intense healing is about to occur.
Use eye movement, REM, in order to help the brain process the powerful emotional energies. The fastness or slowness of the eyemovement is optional, use whatever is comfortable. In other words, as you feel strong feelings, move the eyes back and forth. The eyes can be open or closed.
Emotional traumas, especially when they occur at a young age, cause a person to form negative beliefs about themselves and the nature of reality. In reliving a memory of a painful trauma, insights occur which free a person from these negative beliefs. When enough of these insights have occurred to shed a new positive light on the memory, FORM ANOTHER VISUAL PICTURE IN YOUR MIND THAT REPRESENTS THE NEW FEELINGS ABOUT THE TRAUMA AND IMAGINE PUSHING IT INTO THE ORIGINAL PICTURE. Merge the two snapshots together and WATCH CAREFULLY WHAT HAPPENS TO THEM WHEN THEY ARE MERGED TOGETHER.
The final image is the resolution image that replaces the original picture in the memory of the wounding event. Since memories are made up of only pictures, thoughts, and feelings, and all of these have now changed, the memory is changed forever. Whenever this event is remembered in the future, it will be remembered as the resolution image, with the new insights, and changed feelings.
This is a natural process that must be experienced in order to understand the power of it.
Each person has a finite number of individual traumas that must be healed, and in time, using this process, a person’s original bliss and innocence is regained.
“Except ye be as little children, ye shall in no wise enter the kingdom of God.”
Whenever a child of God sets about the task of healing emotions, we come along with many orders of angels to give help and inspiration.
Emotions are the precursor of materialization, so each child of God, in order to outpicture perfect health and immortality, must be filled with joy.
“I have not given you the spirit of fear, but of joy and life everlasting.”
In a blissful state, the physical body is perfectly capable of remaining free of disease and the effects of aging.
Each child of God longs to feel bliss, and instinctively knows that this is their natural emotional state.
“On earth as it is in heaven.”