Saturday, July 19, 2014

Healing on the Emotional Layer

In the last few months, I have addressed the need to heal on four different layers: Spiritual, Mental, Emotional, and Physical.  In this blog post, I'd like to address healing on the Emotional layer.  

It is not a surprise that the Emotional layer has to do with feelings.  Experts agree that emotions are created by thoughts.  I believe this to be true, except where the sense of smell is concerned.  When we smell something, aromatic molecules reach our olfactory bulb, which then sends nerve endings straight into the limbic portion of the brain. 
This is where we handle emotion.  This means that when we smell something, it is first an emotion, and then a logical thought.

Between that emotion, or that thought, which is a primary stimulus, and our response to that emotion or thought, we have a space where we can choose our response to the stimulus.  We have the power, as human beings, using our unique human endowments of imagination, self-awareness, independent will and conscience, to choose our response.  To put it succinctly,

"Between stimulus and response there is a space in which we are free to choose our response."  --Stephen Covey

There are times however, when we are under stress (sympathetic nervous system, also known as fight or flight), that the stimulus of a strong emotion gets buried and covered up.  In that case, we bury feelings and don't deal with them as we should.  These strong emotions get stored in the cells of our body as negative balls of energy, and eventually this starts irritating the cells in that area.  Over time, damage occurs there, and ailments rise to the surface.

At times these trapped emotions, as they are called, can be stored by the body during trauma as a protective measure for what might happen in the future.

For whatever reason, there comes a time when the body feels safe, and no longer feels the need to hang on to that trapped emotion.

It is possible, through various modalities and techniques, to release those trapped emotions, so that the body can go forward with healing.
To release those trapped emotions, and heal on the Emotional layer, consider the following:

  1. Use Bradley Nelson's Emotion Code.
  2. Emotional Release with Essential Oils.
  3. Use EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique)
  4. Use Sharon Plaskett's AMSTAR modality, including Interface (canopy).
  5. Use Young Living's Release Essential Oil Blend.  Put a drop of Release right on the affected area, or on the bottom of the feet, at night, and then follow with a "happy" oil such as Valor, Joy, or Forgiveness in the same spot in the morning.
  6. Use Young Living's Idaho Blue Spruce Essential Oil.  Apply Idaho Blue Spruce on the Brow Chakra point (between the eyebrows), and proceed with emotional release techniques.  Put on the market by Young Living just 18 months ago, Gary Young has called Idaho Blue Spruce the Frankincense of the west, and some are finding that it far surpasses any other Young Living oil for aiding in emotional release (and that's really saying something!
  7. Use the protocol found in Young Living's Freedom Sleep and Freedom Release Kits.   
I believe that these modalities help set up the right conditions for our bodies to heal through the Light of Christ.  As we release past emotion, and learn how to deal with strong emotions in our present circumstances, we clear the way for moving forward with gratitude, joy and purpose in our life.

Don’t expect the same results unless you are using Young Living Therapeutic Grade essential oils and supplements. Also, each person is different so you may not get the same results that others have. If this is the case for you, try another Young Living oil or supplement that might work better for your circumstances. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The products mentioned in this blog are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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