The Universe sends us those,
Who we thought we wanted,
But only to discover what we really want.
That is unconditional love from the soul,
It is sacred and spiritually binding,
And given only to another.
We each will find this,
For we only need to seek it,
And know what we seek,
When we are ready.
And our hearts have healed,
It is filled with love for ourselves,
then we can give to another.
When two hearts meet,
And souls remember,
There is stillness to reflect this love.
For we shall seek forever,
Until we find this soul,
Then our hearts shall finally rest. ~ Brooke
(Copyright 2013 Kundalini Spirit with All Rights Reserved)
Fear is the underlying feeling for all negative emotions, such as anger, jealousy, envy, suspicion, resentment, insecurity, etc. What I have observed under the Universal Law of Attraction is that we will attract exactly what we fear. When we feel fear, this emotion is energy, and this negative energy is sent out to others. This negative energy will attract the exact same energy that is the energy of what we fear.
I have seen this happen to me, and have observed this with others. For instance, there is someone at my work who fears being discovered about her incompetency and losing her job. This is exactly what is happening. Recently, she has been questioned about her attendance at work, and what she is actually doing at this job. Unfortunately, in her attempt to cover up, she has treated others with an iron fist causing much fear and instability for others.
The only way to overcome attracting negative energy under the Universal Law of Attraction is our awareness of our fears, then overcoming them by releasing these fears. This can be done through Emotional Release Practice found in the above tab of my blog. There are other forms of emotional healing work that will work as well. Find your method, and find freedom from your fears. Blessings of love, Brooke (Copyright 2013 Kundalini Spirit with All Rights Reserved)
When we face trauma or abuse as children, our emotional growth becomes stunted and we become stuck at the age of that trauma or abuse. My abuse and trauma began when I was eight years old. So for most of my life until recently, I have been at the emotional age of eight.
The trouble was that I was unaware that I was only eight years old emotionally, since I had nothing to compare myself to, and was not awakened to recognize what was happening to me. Therefore, for most of my life, I operated under this emotional immaturity without recognizing it. My behavior was defensive, I lied to get out of trouble, I never wanted to take responsibility for my actions, I remained a victim blaming others for my life, and I was always afraid and anxious.
As a child and into adulthood, I suffered ulcers, stress, back pain, body twitches, head aches, and other stress related symptoms. I took medication to cope with anxiety and depression, and my life was just a balancing act of getting through my day. My life was very difficult, stressful, unhappy, and full of drama.
After I began my spiritual journey in March 2011, my life began to change. Immediately after releasing my first layer of pain and hurt that is anger and rage, my physical symptoms began to lessen. My back pain, ulcer pain, and body twitches lessened. I also stopped taking medication for my anxiety and depression.
Emotional pain that we hold within us will destroy us if untreated, just like physical pain and illness. Over time, we will become physically ill due to all the unresolved emotional hurt and stress that we endure and tolerate. Healing our emotional wounds is our way to well being and peace in our lives. Blessings, Brooke (Copyright 2013 Kundalini Spirit with All Rights Reserved)
I am happy for you that you have decided to take your own spiritual journey. As in all journeys, we must begin to experience our own lives and struggles. To get started begin with Emotional Release Practice, please click HERE for my earlier post on this practice. ~ Blessings on your spiritual journey, Brooke
For the past two years, I have been practicing truly letting go. What I am learning to let go is the emotional wounds caused by father who was a central figure in my life. My experiences of abuse, abandonment as an infant, and his infidelity to my mother shaped the person I am today. As a result of my experiences, I became an angry, vengeful, defensive, and jealous person. There was just so much hurt that I needed to overcome in my life.
After practicing emotional release work, I began to heal layers of my emotional wounds. Please see the above tab on Emotional Release Practice to learn how to heal your emotional wounds. Our emotional wounds exist in layers within our emotional landscapes. The first layer was rage or anger that I released. This layer is the most superficial layer of emotional pain and hurt, and is our most primal response to perceived hurt. At least for me, the next layer involved other negative emotions such as distrust, jealousy, and suspicion.
The layer after that was fear. Fear is the underlying feeling for nearly all negative emotions. The fear I experienced was the fear of being abandoned and being unloved by my father that may reoccur in my life. Within this layer, I released the fear of abandonment first, and now I am facing the fear of being unloved by my father.
Within the layer of fear of being unloved by my father was the need for approval and acceptance. As I release this layer of pain, I have begun to stand up for myself and not fear losing my father’s approval. I have ceased to seek the acceptance of my father, and see my father for the man he truly is that is emotional wounded and troubled himself, and suffering from dysfunctional behaviors and addictions.
As we work through these layers of emotional pain and hurt, we will finally reach the foundational layer that is fear, and must release this fear in order to move onto a healthy, functional, happy, and peaceful life for ourselves. ~ Blessings and love, Brooke (Copyright 2013 Kundalini Spirit with All Rights Reserved)