Too Much Emotional Intensity?

For people who are healing from emotional wounds, abuse, trauma and tragedy there is a technique that can help you see the progress you are making. This method will reduce the despair that comes up when one realizes they have to work on old issues once again.

“I thought we already worked on that!”

Now, when feeling distressed because you have to work on that “old issue” again and you know you made great progress before and again wondering why it feels so big once again – replace that thinking. Try ranking how much the response to an old issue is bothering you. If you identify feeling “the holidays are making me sad again”. You might decide it feels like a 7 (on a 1-10 scale) then you can compare it to the years when it felt like a 10.

Ranking the intensity of your feelings gives you a mechanism to see progress. Usually after you have worked on something the intensity when it comes up again is less intense. It may bother you that it came up again, but at least it isn’t a 10.

After any energy healing technique, one can revisit their emotional intensity scale. Often, people find after an old issue resurfaces and is in your face again then doing the next level of healing work, the intensity has dropped to a 2 or 3. They have gotten relief. More of the shock trauma, beliefs and programs from the time the person underwent abuse are now gone. PTSD symptoms come down to a manageable level.

As I suggested before, when triggered again check the intensity; it may have risen but usually won’t be as high as it was in the first place.

Use the scale to increase your overall perspective and proceed with your healer to get greater relief. You deserve it. Inner peace is possible.

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