The Power of the Emotional Body
The emotional body is the throne room of your reality creation. The reason that there is so much power in the emotional body is because it is the primary control center for your vibrational rate of attraction and what you are magnetic to on a day to day basis. The emotional body has the ability to amplify and infuse any thought that you think into a powerful, creative wave of energy that you can blast out into the Universe to attract like thoughts to it. This, in turn, begins to collect like vibrational wave patterns which coalesce and return back to you like a boomerang, thus creating your physical reality. It doesn’t necessarily matter what the thought is, what matters is how active your emotional body is during the time period that you think the thought.
If your emotional body is active then the thought will inherently become more powerful. The reason this is so is because your emotional body infuses the thought with vital life force and a magnetic resonance. The emotional body charges the thought based upon your internal concept of what you think you want and what you think you do not want. The strongest desires, which are often held at a subconscious level, will have the most powerful effect upon your emotional body. If you have a strong desire not to be poor, this will unfortunately be translated into your emotional body as the fear of being poor which will send fear based thoughts out into the ethers to begin the construction of that very unwanted reality for yourself.
However, if you happen to allow yourself to focus your thoughts on things that really bring you joy then you will leverage your ability to harness the emotional body via infusing your thoughts with the positive power of your emotional body, and thus create more things that are wanted in your reality.
Being Emotionally Honest
Trouble often comes in the form of not allowing yourself to express ‘what is’ for you in the moment. Often, people will become fearful of their thoughts and begin to deny their authentic feeling nature in lieu of what they think that they are supposed to be thinking. This can be problematic because, if you are feeling badly, and you are infusing your thoughts with this bad feeling, even though you are trying to be positive, you will create negative results for yourself. In other words trying to be positive when you are obviously feeling negative does not make the negative feeling go away. In fact, it may even amplify your negative thoughts because now you are adding resistance to it as well.
Take an interaction where two people run into each other at the line in the grocery store. One is not feeling so good, but feels the need to project the positive image of ‘well being’ for fear that it will be discovered that all is not well. The other person may not be consciously aware of this energy, but they will sense it and react to it unconsciously, attempting to avoid this person and their negative energy field. A better way for the person who is under emotional duress to handle this would be to allow themselves to fully feel this energy for a moment, to inquire as to where it’s coming from, and then just be with it. Walking around pretending everything is ok when it is clearly not only serves to compound the problem and perhaps begin to suppress this emotional energy even deeper where it will create yet further problems.
The Emotionally Honest Person
Many of the most evolved beings on the planet can be denoted by their ability to be emotionally honest. There is a fine line between telling it as it is, complaining, and actually being emotionally honest with where you are in life.
In the first instance, a person who ‘tells it as it is’ is usually attempting to validate their story with the telling of it. This isn’t actually true emotional honesty because this person is creating an excuse to feel this way rather than address the issue within them self. You know this type of person because they will tell you the story in a sort of monotone type of way that doesn’t leave you with a good feeling after it’s done. It comes across as a rather fatalistic story, where there really isn’t the possibility of change; it is simply the cold hard facts.
The second version is also not authentic emotional honesty, but is easier to identify. In this second variation the person is just venting and complaining about their life and not really interested in changing their thinking or doing the necessary work. This is slightly different than the first because this person is usually even more unconscious and unaware of how they are creating their life. The complaining has become part of their ‘story’ on a daily basis and they are not usually interested in help. However, this type of person is often times more open to receiving help than the first variation.
Authentic emotional honesty, however, is a much different type of thing. This type of person is different in that they are able to let their guard down and share their story with you, without additionally creating a victimizing mentality. When the emotionally honest person speaks, they are often imparting real life lessons via their own story and you know it because there is never an implied ‘should’ or ‘should not’ in anything they say. There is no unconscious projection or unconscious reactivity in this person. They are completely aware that they are creating their own reality even if they haven’t pinpointed how they are doing it. The most striking aspect of this type of person is the courage they demonstrate in their ability to tell their story in front of other people in the face of much potential projection and unconscious reactivity. Most people do not know how to handle someone who is emotionally honest because most people are nowhere near that level of development, so they mistake this person as someone who ‘needs their advice’ and begin unconscious projection immediately.
Another key component of the emotionally honest person is that you will find that, for perhaps the first time in your life, you have found someone who can and will listen to and hear your story without telling you how to run your life. You may even find out about the amazing healing power of having someone listen to you unconditionally as you suddenly realize that you have let your guard down and told your story. When was the last time that you were able to do that? Tell your story without worry of someone judging or reacting to it? For most people, this is something that they have never actually experienced. So, when/if you encounter someone who can or is willing to do that, you have encountered a rare pearl. Be in awe as you are now in the presence of a more evolved being. You may be tempted to say, “Well, he/she doesn’t seem to have it all together…” or “He/She is not doing that well in life…” but I urge you to take another look. You may find that this person whom you may have been about to project onto or unconsciously judge, is, in fact, doing much better than most people in life.
It’s just an idea and I offer you the exploration of it…