The metaphorical red pill from the movie the matrix is easy to take, but with anything new its best to prepare the ground first. Today we will look at a way of clearing out some unwanted emotional baggage from your past, this will clear your mind for the work you are about to increasing your sensitivity and ESP.
The emotional give-away
If you have not tried this method, then I urge you to give it a go.
This simple Do-It-Yourself technique is an excellent way to clear out all your old emotional baggage. Most of have some issue or other that plagues us with thoughts that keep coming into our heads uninvited.
Our minds have unexpressed and unresolved emotions that sit in the background of our mind and add a steady level of irritation and stress to our lives, this can be related to issues with family, work or just life in general.
How it works:
You simply write down all those annoying thoughts and then destroy what you have written. The trick is that you must not read what you have written. This is why we use a pencil on newspaper, you cant read a word. If you use subdued lighting then this is even better.
What you need:
- Quiet time
- Glass of wine
- Shredder or fire to destroy your work.
Find 30min (or longer if you have a lot of issues!) that you can spend alone, fix yourself a glass of your favourite tipple, get nice and comfy, turn down the lighting so that it is too difficult to see what you have written.
Write about everything that bothers you, go back to your childhood and write to all the people, aunties, uncles, parents, siblings, work colleagues and friends where things didn’t go too well. Take a deep look at yourself and write down all those things that were painful. Write all over the paper, it does not matter if it is just scribble, get the thoughts down in writing.
Offload, dump, unload, clear out, erase, remove, cleanse, eject, squeeze out all that messy stuff from the past.
Just unload your thoughts as they come into your mind, it does not have to make sense, just write it down. Look for any emotional hurt and write to the person concerned and tell them how it was for you, close off that episode of your life.
When you have completed dumping your thoughts onto paper, shred and re-cycle the paper or burn it. Just keep doing this over the following weeks, until you begin to feel the benefits.
Thanks to Chris Thomas for this.