Clearing the emotional center
One of the problems that plague our current
radio transistors is an overload of electricity in some centers; which might cause fuses
to blow up or static to affect other parts of the radio. Something like that happens in
our bodies as well when the energy from one center overcharges and radiates excessively to
other parts. The emotional center is often affected this way. Some of us carry too much
energy from the mental center and feel their emotions with their mind. They
have become too used to channel everything through their mental constructs that different
emotions are processed through them. In other cases, strong currents of excess energy are
channeled through our kinetic system; causing us to associate emotions with
heat in our face, increased blood pressure, a lump in the throat, a stomach ache, etc.
Clearing the emotional center has to do with allowing emotions to flow and radiate through
its natural channels, and also to avoid charges from other centers to overheat and
negatively affect the emotional center.
- Put either the Journey to Alpha or the Shaman Music disk on
your CD Player.
- Sit in front of a painting or sculpture. You can also sit in
front of a mirror.
- Fix your eyes in one point of the work of art, or between your
eyes in the mirror.
- Now, diffuse your vision, expanding it so that you are aware
of the figure in front of you at the same time that you are aware of the edges of your
field of vision. It is like having everything in front of you be part of a flat movie
- While keeping the vision diffused, place your attention on
your heart chackra, looking at the figure in front of you with a diffused vision at the
same time your attention sits on the center of your chest.
- When you are done, vow to the figure in front with gratitude
for what just transpired.
- Get up.
- Find something that aggravates you to no end... maybe a
particular TV Show, a newspaper columnist, a movie... your choice!
- Now watch or read the input that you picked and watch your
inner reactions to it. Allow yourself to react, don't repress or in any way contradict
what is your normal response to this input.
- Once you feel the anger or agravation raising in you, stand up
and raise your arms to shoulder level.
- Very slowly, allow the anger to turn you in a clockwise
direction. Very slowly.
- As you start to move in this clockwise direction, with your
arms outstretched, let the anger be your fuel for the movement. As you feel the anger
increase, the speed should increase. If the anger is leaving, then you should slow down.
- When the anger is completely gone, come to a complete
standstill and breathe deeply for a few minutes.
We all have things we like to do when we get anxious,
depressed, worried, etc. Some of us get an urge. Next time you feel one, just feel it. It
could be that you feel like shopping, having an ice cream, going to the movies, calling
someone, take a nap, play, scream, fight, etc. No matter what it is, just feel the urge.
Sit somewhere, and say to the urge: Ok, let me welcome you. Come to me. Let me feel
you as much as I can. Sit with that feeling without doing anything to alleviate it.
Sit with it until it blooms like a flower and disappears.