Do you want to get off this wheel?
Do you ever feel that you are struggling under the weight of something that you can’t quite put your finger on?
Perhaps your life is not turning out how you had hoped.
Perhaps your attempts to form lasting relationships never seem to work out.
You may wish that certain events in your past had never occurred but feel powerless to move beyond them.
You may even have an uneasy feeling that your present is being held hostage by your past in some vague and indefinable way.
Getting rid of your trapped emotions can help you to overcome the obstacles of your past and can bring new life to your marriage, family, and other personal relationships.
Freeing yourself from your trapped emotions can make you feel more secure and motivated, and can liberate you to create the relationships, career, and life that you always wanted.
Every face you’ve ever seen in a crowd, every smell, every voice, every song, every taste, every touch and every sensation you have ever experienced has been recorded by your subconscious.
Every virus, bacteria or fungus that has ever invaded your body, all your injuries, all your thoughts and feelings, and the entire history of every cell in your body has all been archived. Your subconscious is also aware of any trapped emotions that your body may be harboring, and it also knows exactly what effect these trapped emotions are having on your physical, emotional and mental well-being.
All of this and more is tucked away in the subconscious mind.
If you strike a tuning fork and place it against a pane of glass, the glass will begin to vibrate at the same frequency.
!at’s because the tuning fork forces the energies that make up the glass into motion – in sync with its own vibration.
When you have a trapped emotion it’s a bit like having a tuning fork in your body that is continually vibrating at the specific frequency of a negative emotion. Unfortunately this may bring more of this particular emotion into your life.
But waiting for the body to heal itself naturally can try our patience. We usually want a quick fix. We don’t want to wait; we want it now. We are conditioned by endless advertising to think that if we take a pill our problem will be solved. While some prescription medications do address the cause of illness, most only cover up the symptoms. !|They usually do such a wonderful job at masking our symptoms that we may think our problem is gone, when it is merely being chemically suppressed.
When you feel stuck, where do you feel it in your body?
Besides You, who else are you trying to please?
What are you trying to avoid?
FOLLOWUP: How is avoiding it affecting you?
What kinds of things get in your way when you think about your next step?
FOLLOWUP: What is that “thing” trying to protect you from?
Is there something you want to avoid feeling?
FOLLOWUP: How do you think that feeling will impact your life?
If you are completely honest with yourself, when you contemplate your next step, is it EXHILARATING or EXHAUSTING to you?
Is there something you are afraid to look at that is stopping you from taking action?
What do you feel silly putting into words?
What inner rules do you have for yourself that get in the way of you taking the next step?
FOLLOWUP: What are these rules costing you?
What do you believe is stopping you from completely stepping into your (new) role?