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The Emotional Body

The emotional body construct in The Gnostic Way comes from Tibetan Buddhism. It is a simple 7 level system. Within those main 7 levels each level exists equaling 49.

Level 7- Unconsciousness – Apathy, Grief, Fear, Anger, Pain, Enthusiasm

Level 6- Apathy– Grief, Fear, Anger, Pain, Enthusiasm, Unconsciousness

Level 5- Grief– Fear, Anger, Pain, Enthusiasm, Unconsciousness, Apathy

Level 4- Fear– Anger, Pain, Enthusiasm, Unconsciousness, Apathy, Grief

Level 3- Anger– Pain, Enthusiasm, Unconsciousness, Apathy, Grief, Fear

Level 2- Pain– Enthusiasm, Unconsciousness, Apathy, Grief, Fear, Anger

Level 1- Enthusiasm– Unconsciousness, Apathy, Grief, Fear, Anger, Pain

From this basic emotional format, we gain an understanding of what is happening as we are moving emotionally upscale, from level 7 to 1- bottom up (gonads to pineal).  Being present and willing to feel ‘what is there’ is the first step to change and evolution. From here we bring from suppression the trapped emotion. This is done in a meditative practice, by remaining perfectly still and breathing deep and regular with out pause. When we have the emotion we increase its intensity (more willingness), venting without projection. Here we find our gratitude, forgiveness, and love for the feeling.  With emotion is a suppressed memory and word pattern. When we have all three aspects present, combined with the tenacious willingness to change, we encompass the 3 aspects (memory, emotion, words) and apply one or more of the three powers- Love, Forgiveness, Gratitude for as long and hard as possible. The energy that was once trapped by resisted experience is released. This frees up the physical and emotional body. Being nutritionally saturated (enzymes, minerals, etc.), hastens this process. Enzymes International liquid minerals, mineral caps and superfood enzymes are at the top of the nutrient list.

B.E. Principle- Feel WHAT (authentic/real) we feel, WITH love, forgiveness, gratitude.

The above picture reminded me of my first Guru, Gramma Velma.   

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