Jan-Len wrote: The dialectic argument: if we look at emotions as a spectrum,
or a rainbow, realizing that, we go or grow through
emotions, they are necessary to become wise and achieve a
richer wholeness found in the collection of all spectral
emotional colours or white light. White light represents
spiritual attainment; higher spirit-vibe energy;
We cannot dispense so easily with emotion; it is what makes
us human, sometimes emotions seem to not help matters.
But would you rather be a robot without emotions or
plastic; denying a key to the road to fullness in mind,
body and spirit?The divine must have given us emotions for
something goodWhy Do We Have Emotions?
a message from Sarah Biermann
from NINA...RE EMOTIONS...HMMMM?
Friday, 20 March, 2009
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Emotions are a major part of the Earth Game. We wanted to
experience duality, to see what it was like to be separate,
limited, and have physical bodies. We wanted to experience
all the juicy, human possibilities; to feel emotions, taste
food, sing a song, ride a horse, pet a cat, and make love.
The problem is that we identify ourselves as being that
emotion. We say, “I am sad” or “I am frustrated”. NOT TRUE!
You are an Infinite Being who is feeling an emotion. There
is a belief that if you have an emotion you become that
emotion. If you feel shame it means that there really is
something wrong with you at a core level. It’s like if we
feel it then it makes it real, and it will never go away.
Actually, the opposite is true, but we aren’t taught that.
We’re at the end of the Earth Game of duality now. It is
time to release our judgments of what is good or bad and
embrace the whole. It isn’t about only having the positive
emotions and positive thoughts in order to create a
positive reality. It’s not set up that way. In order to
fully experience joy, love and excitement, you must be
willing to equally fully experience sadness, anger and
hopelessness. That’s how the Game was created.
The transition we are going through now is to be willing to
feel all the emotions fully while at the same time
maintaining your awareness of self as the Infinite Being.
We’re remembering our multi-dimensionality.
In her book Initiation, Elisabeth Haich wrote about her
experiences as a Priestess in Ancient Egypt and her
initiation process. They deliberately brought up strong
emotions (positive and negative). Ptahhotep is the Priest
who taught her. He explained emotions to her.
"My dear child," he begins, "initiation, as I have already
explained to you, means to become conscious on the highest
level, the divine plane. To be able to do this requires
long physical training and spiritual preparation. One first
must strengthen the nerves to enable them to bear these
high vibrations without harm, without death.
To become conscious on a given plane means to conduct the
vibrations characteristic of this plane into the nerves and
through the nerves into the body. From the time a body is
born, that is, from the time a 'self' dwells in it, the
body develops a power of resistance corresponding to the
average degree of consciousness of the spirit dwelling in
The degree of consciousness of a living creature fluctuates
up and down, depending on its emotional condition, within
the limits of a octave of vibrations. These fluctuations,
however, must not exceed the limits of elasticity of the
nerves; for if they do, injuries and sicknesses of a more
or less serious nature occur, even death. The vibration
belonging to a creative vital energy is absolutely lethal
for creatures whose consciousness has not yet reached this
The great initiation means consciously experiencing the
vital energy and creative vibrations of eternal being,
experiencing these vibrations on every plane of development
and in their original frequency, without transformation,
and simultaneously conducting these vibrations into the
nerves and the body."
They began by intentionally producing emotional states by
using dream pictures.
Once that was mastered they had to experience different
emotional states on command, without dream pictures, going
from the lowest to the highest.
Then they practiced fast changeovers from one emotional
state to another.
The next step was to experience opposite emotional states,
one after the other, with no time lost for transition,
shifting from deep sadness to the highest hilarity, or from
fear to self-assured courage.
"People believe that there always has to be a reason for
their being joyous or happy. Through the exercises with
dream pictures we first imagine we have a reason for being
in one mood or another. Thus we learn to control the
reasons themselves! As we do not actually have a reason,
however, we have to imagine one.
Then comes the next step of experiencing an emotional state
by itself, without a reason. After long practice, we
discover we have always imagined we had a reason form being
'sad' or 'joyous', 'depressed' or 'exuberant' etc. Through
these exercises we thus become convinced that events and
occurrences in our lives must not have any effect on us. We
discover that every state of consciousness arises - and can
only arise - within ourselves. The same event can provoke
one person to laughter and another to tears, while a third
remains completely indifferent; all because each is merely
projecting outwardly his own inward attitude, and it is
only the inner attitude which provokes our response, not
the external events themselves."
The end result of all this emotional training is that we
are able to experience all levels of emotion and at the
same time hold an expanded view, knowing that our True Self
is untouched (being multi-dimensional). We have gained
unshakable emotional composure, knowing that "...whatever
happens on earth is only a transitory dream projected in
time and space by ourselves. We only need to take it
seriously in so far as it adds to our experience."
That's emotional freedom!
Sarah Biermann - Teacher, Intuitive Counselor, Energy
Healer, Writer and Artist www.limitless-one.com - Email:
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