Emotional Transformation Part 2

Quantum Physics is now proving this ancient knowledge by finding that when people are unhappy, depressed, angry or fearful, particular hormones [chemicals] are found in every cell of the body. These substances disable the immune system in some way, leaving the person vulnerable to illness.

Whereas when a person is happy, feels love and compassion for all and is at peace with life, their cells have different hormones which work together with the body to ward off perverse influences and help maintain a healthy environment.

At a recent conference on Health, Ageing and Longevity in Brisbane, Professor Marc Cohen [Founding Professor of Complimentary Medicine at RMIT Melbourne] said that love is a prime cause for a long, high quality life. He added that, “There is increasing clinical evidence that enjoying loving activities will help prolong life.” That is, love whatever you are doing because if you can’t or don’t love your work or your life it could literally be making you sick!

The power to change is within you

Fortunately you have the power within you to change anger into assertiveness, motivation and responsibility; fear into courage and alertness; anxiety and worry into compassion and contentment; and hate and despair into love, joy and passion for life. Instead of holding onto negative emotions you also have the power to surrender to growth and to trust life. The question is how to effect the change?

The first thing you need to know is that there are both balanced and imbalanced emotions. The second thing you need to know is that whether you choose the balanced or the imbalanced expression, it is entirely under your control. Yes, this is the hard part, but it is not impossible. Begin by becoming aware of the imbalances you experience one day at a time, then by using the power of your mind, choose not to be victimised by your own emotions.

For many years now, people such as Louise Hay, Wayne Dyer, Deepak Chopra and Caroline Myss have been telling us that changing our thoughts, beliefs and patterns of thinking can change virtually everything about our lives, from improving health and slowing ageing to having abundance and happy relationships.

Balanced and Imbalanced Emotions

As I mentioned earlier, there are five pairs of meridian-organ systems in the body. These act something like control centres for specific types of energy that include physical, mental, emotional and spiritual functions.

These five systems relate to the following organs:

Lungs and Large Intestine

Kidneys and Bladder

Liver and Gall Bladder

Lungs and Large Intestine

Spleen and Stomach.

When your body is balanced and healthy there are natural emotional expressions that are said to be “the light of the soul”. An old Chinese proverb states:

When there is light in the soul, there is beauty in the person;

When there is beauty in the person, there is harmony in the home;

When there is harmony in the home, there is honour in the nation;

When there is honour in the nation, there is peace in the world.

What a wonderful world it would be if we would all maintain the light in our soul!

Following are some examples of how our Chi energy system expresses itself emotionally both in and out of balance. I suggest identifying your most recurring negative emotional state by checking the examples marked (a), and then making use of the positive expressions marked (b) as daily affirmations of what that system would be expressing when it is in balance.

Be aware that affirmations work a bit like dropping pebbles into a bucket of water, where the pebbles represent the new thoughts and the water the old. At first very little water is displaced and therefore it can be hard to feel the subtle stirrings of change occurring deep within the psyche. However, with continued persistence and repeated affirming, more and more water [or old ways of behaving] is displaced. Until one day you suddenly realise that a situation has occurred where you might have once respond with negativity, instead you allowed the light in your soul to shine through, maintaining your balance and your true sense of self.

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3 Responses to “Emotional Transformation Part 2”

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