So what do you spend your time daydreaming about? Improved Health? A more active lifestyle with a fit body? Better relationships? More money? A successful career? Are you putting in place a plan to achieve your goals?
Are these thoughts running through your mind desires or intentions? What’s the difference?
Desire is defined as a strong feeling of wanting to have something or wishing for something to happen.
Intention is defined as a thing intended; an aim or plan. The difference between the two is a plan and also the commitment to take action or aim at an end result.
Let’s take weight loss as an example: How much time have you devoted to lamenting the fact that your clothes are tight or you don’t look as fit and trim as you used to look. You definitely desire to reduce body fat and increase muscle mass. But do you truly intend to make changes? Are you committed to the goal? Maybe you have made the commitment but keep going off track. It’s easy to get sidetracked with life. There are so many ways to justify putting off your goal. After all, it seems kind of selfish to spend time exercising or preparing healthy meals when your family or coworkers need you. There are other reasons too. There may a voice in the back of your mind telling you that you can’t do it or that you don’t deserve to look good or any number of other negative things. This seems to be the most common reason for failure and that’s what I want to talk about today.
Negative emotions are more than just thoughts. They actually create thoughts. Removing the negative emotion can reduce the number of damaging thoughts cluttering your mind and derailing your efforts to improve your health and your life. So what are negative emotions?
Negative emotions are stored in your cells as vibrations. Removing the negative emotion that you feel is as simple as removing the vibration that is stored in your cells. According to Dr. Bruce Lipton we are made up of 50 trillion cells that work together as a community. These negative vibrations impede the self healing nature of individual cells and thus the entire community of cells.
“Health is when there is harmony in the community and dis-ease is when there
is a disharmony that tends to fracture the community relationships.”
Dr. Bruce Lipton
These negative vibrations can also affect behavior. Negative vibrations create negative thoughts that cause you to dismiss your intention. I know this seems bizarre but understanding this is the key to achieving your health and other goals.
When you are sitting on the couch in your third hour of watching television thinking that you should be exercising, what other thoughts are going through your head? You may be thinking that it’s hopeless because a little exercise won’t fix your weight problem or that life is hopeless anyway so why bother. Whatever you tell yourself, it may be that a past trauma is actually the root cause of the depression, discouragement, fatigue or whatever else you are feeling.
So how does one remove a vibration? It’s easier than you think. There are a variety of techniques that I use to help my clients. The best place to start is by reading one of the books listed below. This is by no means an exhaustive list of available books and techniques. There are many paths so just pick one and get started.
The Healing Code by Alexander Loyd , PhD, ND and Ben Johnson, MD, DO, NMD
The Emotion Code by Dr. Bradley Nelson
Feelings Buried Alive Never Die by Karol K. Truman
Letting Go: The Pathway of Surrender by David R. Hawkins M.D. Ph.D
And what about the application of these techniques? Be creative. If something bothers you, give it a whirl. Remember that the negative emotion is a vibration that results in a physical symptom or behavioral issue. So you are actually always releasing a negative emotion but it is not necessary to discover what the underlying negative emotion is in order to heal the resulting symptom. Here’s a list of some obvious and not so obvious applications of these techniques.
Mental/Emotional – depression, anxiety, fear, anger, sadness, insecurity, resentment, bitterness, powerlessness, guilt, shame, grief, etc.
Behavioral – procrastination, laziness, irritability, chronic lateness, hyperactivity, trouble focusing, etc.
Physical – rashes, psoriasis, eczema, headaches, nausea, digestive distress, thinning hair, weight gain, thyroid dysfunction, allergies, asthma, circulatory dysfunction, hormonal imbalance, hot flashes, etc.
I helped one seven year old client eliminate stomach aches associated with school attendance by removing fear that he felt after a bully punched him. After one session, his stomach aches were gone and he was happy to get back to school. I helped another client improve his work performance by removing long term bitterness that was making him unhappy and difficult to be around. I have helped many clients eliminate anxiety and even OCD. Here are a few more stories from clients I have helped.
Improving your health starts with your intention to make lifestyle changes including a commitment and a plan.
Recognizing and addressing emotional trauma is the next step in your journey.
If you would like to discuss how I can help you please feel free to contact me.