The Metaphysics of Emotions - emotional energy is real [NOOK Book]

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This ebook The Metaphysics of Emotions - emotional energy is real is a follow up to the ebook The Law of Attraction - Misunderstood & Misinterpreted A Larger Spiritual Paradigm. The author’s reasons for publishing these ebooks are summed up in the following paragraph from his ebook The Law of Attraction - Misunderstood & Misinterpreted.

"I am publishing this book because I believe that the way the Law of Attraction is being taught by ...
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Overview

This ebook The Metaphysics of Emotions - emotional energy is real is a follow up to the ebook The Law of Attraction - Misunderstood & Misinterpreted A Larger Spiritual Paradigm. The author’s reasons for publishing these ebooks are summed up in the following paragraph from his ebook The Law of Attraction - Misunderstood & Misinterpreted.

"I am publishing this book because I believe that the way the Law of Attraction is being taught by most people who are teaching it today is not ultimately Loving.  I believe it is being taught in a way that makes many of the people hearing it feel ashamed;  in a way that causes people to focus on reaching a destination at the expense of being present in the now;  in a way that reinforces the delusion that there is something inherently wrong with being human, with human beings.  It is also being taught by most spiritual teachers in a way that discounts and devalues emotions and emotional healing."

This ebook addresses the emotionally dysfunctional, emotionally dishonest nature of civilization as it has evolved on Planet Earth - and addresses how vital it is to learn to have a better relationship with one’s own emotions.

The author in his first book states:

“Our mental health system not only does not promote healing - it actually blocks the process. The mental health system in this country is designed to get your behavior and emotions under control so that you can fit back into the dysfunctional system.” - Codependence: The Dance of Wounded Souls by Robert Burney

In a quote from his writing that he includes in this ebook, he states that emotions are a vital part of our being for several reasons.

“1. Because it is energy and energy cannot just disappear. The emotional energy generated by the circumstances of our childhood and early life does not go away just because we were forced to deny it. It is still trapped in our body - in a pressurized, explosive state, as a result of being suppressed. If we don't learn how to release it in a healthy way it will explode outward or implode back in on us. Eventually it will transform into some other form - such as cancer.

2. As long as we have pockets of pressurized emotional energy that we have to avoid dealing with - those emotional wounds will run our lives. We use food, cigarettes, alcohol and drugs, work, religion, exercise, meditation, television, etc., to help us keep suppressing that energy. To help us keep ourselves focused on something else, anything else, besides the emotional wounds that terrify us. The emotional wounds are what cause obsession, compulsion, and addiction.

3. Our emotions tell us who we are - our Soul communicates with us through emotional energy vibrations. Truth is an emotional energy vibrational communication from our Soul on the Spiritual Plane to our being/spirit/soul on this physical plane - it is something that we feel in our heart/our gut, something that resonates within us.

Our problem has been that because of our unhealed childhood wounds it has been very difficult to tell the difference between an intuitive emotional Truth and the emotional truth that comes from our childhood wounds. hen one of our buttons is pushed and we react out of the insecure, scared little kid inside of us then we are reacting to what our emotional truth was when we were 5 or 9 or 14 - not to what is happening now. Since we have been doing that all of our lives, we learned not to trust our emotional reactions.

4. We are attracted to people that feel familiar on an energetic level - which means (until we start clearing our emotional process) people that emotionally / vibrationally feel like our parents did when we were very little kids. At a certain point in my process I realized that if I met a woman who felt like my soul mate, that the chances were pretty huge that she was one more unavailable woman that fit my pattern of being attracted to someone who would reinforce the message that I wasn't good enough, that I was unlovable. Until we start releasing the hurt, sadness, rage, shame, terror - the emotional grief energy - from our childhoods we will keep having dysfunctional relationships.”

In order to get in touch with who we Truly are - with our own heart and soul - it is vital to heal our emotional wounds and to change how we relate to our own emotions.

This ebook The Metaphysics of Emotions will be part two of the hard copy book that will be titled: The Law of Attraction - Misunderstood & Misinterpreted A Larger Spiritual Paradigm - including The Metaphysics of Emotions. In this ebook Robert Robert is addressing the Truth as he understand it - that is, that emotional energy is real and honoring it is vital to the health of the individual human being.
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Meet the Author

Robert Burney is an author, counselor, and Spiritual Teacher who has been referred to as "a metaphysical Stephen Hawking." His first book Codependence: The Dance of Wounded Souls has been called "one of the truly transformational works of our time." In this ebook he discusses the emotionally dishonest, emotionally dysfunctional nature of civilization as it has evolved on the planet - both Eastern and Western. He shares his opinion that both traditional mental health practitioners - and new age and alternative healers - who are not in recovery from their codependency will discount and devalue emotions and emotional healing. Here is a quote from his book

""Attempting to suppress emotions is dysfunctional; it does not work. Emotions are energy: E-motion = energy in motion. It is supposed to be in motion, it was meant to flow.

Emotions have a purpose, a very good reason to be - even those emotions that feel uncomfortable. Fear is a warning, anger is for protection, tears are for cleansing and releasing. These are not negative emotional responses! We were taught to react negatively to them. It is our reaction that is dysfunctional and negative, not the emotion." Codependence: The Dance of Wounded Souls by Robert Burney

Robert is a pioneer in the field of inner child healing / codependency recovery. His work has been compared to John Bradshaw's "except much more spiritual" and described as "taking inner child healing to a new level." He discovered and developed a holistic strategy for emotional healing and spiritual integration that is the next level of recovery / healing / spiritual awakening that so many people have been seeking. The inner child healing paradigm that he discovered offers a powerful, life changing formula for integrating Love, Spiritual Truth, and intellectual knowledge of healthy behavior into one's emotional experience of life - a blueprint for individuals to transform their core relationship with self and life.

Robert, whose work is firmly grounded on twelve step spiritual principles and emotional energy release / grief process therapy, learned in his own personal recovery that doing deep grief work to release the emotional energy from the past was a vital component in starting to gain some freedom from the old wounds and old tapes. Emotions are a vital part of a human’s being - and must be honored in order to learn to accept and love the self.
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