Healing the Emotional Body – Part One

Probably the most difficult of the lower bodies to heal is the emotional body. This is because emotions tend to be magnetic in nature, and it takes a lot of energy to pull magnets apart. Therefore, if you have negative emotional patterns, they will tend to stay in place unless you put a great deal of effort and attention to healing them. Healing emotions is also tricky because you do not want to dwell on or drown in them. In all our past books, we have mentioned the two steps to emotional healing, and for those of you who are new to our work, let us repeat the formula. Here is the short version:

You must fully feel, experience and express your emotions, while at the same time remaining detached and viewing them from a higher perspective. Those who are unable to detach will often indulge their emotions and get stuck in them. They might be referred to as “drama queens” or “drama kings.” These are the souls that are forever expressing emotions and never resolving them.

“Woe is me. Ain't it awful. Life's a bitch, etc.” are the favorite refrains of the emotionally attached. Being around people like this can be very draining, or at the very least, distracting. The whiny tone of voice, as if everything in life is about trying to resolve something, is a trademark of those caught in the web of emotions. There is always a problem to be solved. Never do you witness a day of peace and tranquility. Those stuck in emotions are always waiting for the “shoe to drop.” Their minds are constantly preoccupied with “what ifs.” They cannot go anywhere without doing a million things first, in case something bad might happen. If they call you on the phone, the first 15 minutes involves a list of everything bad that happened to them that day, or they start out crying for no apparent reason.

There is nothing wrong with expressing emotions, if the expression creates a resolution. But without a higher perspective, nothing ever gets resolved. Meditation, detachment, and seeing the big picture are absolutely essential for emotional healing. However, those who get too detached and forget to feel their emotions become the space cadets and ivory tower intellectuals you see so much of in the world. These are the people who talk about emotions, or think about emotions, but never actually FEEL them. You can analyze life, try to figure it out, predict it, and anticipate it, but if you do not FEEL it, you are not really living. Even many who practice the Taoist arts fall into this trap. They have convinced themselves that they have evolved beyond emotions. Now everything is perfect, clear and calm. But without emotions, life becomes boring and colorless. And sooner or later, their repressed and denied emotions will come to the surface, possibly in embarrassing ways.

Beware of the gurus and teachers who seem to have transcended their emotions. One of our favorite teachers is Krishna. Why? Because he and his fellow merry-makers are always prancing, dancing, playing music and having a good time. They are expressing emotions. Jesus, in the Bible, is reported to have wept and laughed often. Nowhere does it indicate that he was stoic, straight-faced and monotone. Although the chanting of monks can be transfiguring and transformational, some of them have sacrificed a degree of their life force energy in order to be renunciates. We do not understand any religion that involves denying the emotions. In fact, in this channel's earlier writings with the Founders, he goes into great detail about Luciferianism. The short definition is, “Any religion that makes the emotions wrong.” It is remarkable that fundamentalist Christianity bears little or no resemblance to the Jesus in the Bible, who embraced his emotions.

Excerp from the book "Soul Integration"

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