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  2. 2. Terms and Conditions LEGAL NOTICEThe Publisher has strived to be as accurate and complete as possible in thecreation of this report, notwithstanding the fact that he does not warrant orrepresent at any time that the contents within are accurate due to the rapidlychanging nature of the Internet.While all attempts have been made to verify information provided in thispublication, the Publisher assumes no responsibility for errors, omissions, orcontrary interpretation of the subject matter herein. Any perceived slights ofspecific persons, peoples, or organizations are unintentional.In practical advice books, like anything else in life, there are no guarantees ofincome made. Readers are cautioned to reply on their own judgment about theirindividual circumstances to act accordingly.This book is not intended for use as a source of legal, business, accounting orfinancial advice. All readers are advised to seek services of competentprofessionals in legal, business, accounting and finance fields.You are encouraged to print this book for easy reading. -2-
  3. 3. Table Of ContentsForewordChapter 1:An Opportunity For GrowthChapter 2:General HealingChapter 3:Get Rid Of The NegativeChapter 4:Using Spirituality -3-
  4. 4. Foreword Heartache and mourning are among the most thought- provoking experiences each of us has to face at one time oranother in our life. If you come away from this book with onlyone thing, I hope you come to comprehend that you are able to be gentle with yourself as you move through the complex stages of emotional wounds.With better understanding of the grief process, that is essential to heal emotional wounds, and learning the tools and skills youll learn in this book, youll discover youre able tomarkedly lessen your pain and suffering as you move through the process of healing emotional wounds.The great news is that when faced with the inevitable, we might find ourselves undergoing intense emotions that we never imagined we would or may feel. And these emotions may be cleansing - providing dismissals from attachments and memories that are no longer possible to resolve with an individual. The further great news is that we might experience enormous emotional and spiritual growth in our journeys throughheartache and mourning. Learning to experience and separate -4-
  5. 5. our sadness, angers and guilts that are aspects of the normalgrief experience may be enormously beneficial in the long haul. The foul news is that these are frequently painful experiences,which we may rather choose to avoid - if wed the choice. These inevitable and inescapable challenges along the road of life might, however, be so painful that we cant ignore them. When we do push them away or detour around them, we might find that were emotionally and physically debilitated and that these burdens of heartache are increasingly hard to bear. It may be ever so tempting to bury and brush aside thesetroublesome notions. While this might be at occasionally in our lives a necessary reaction in order to conduct our duties and responsibilities, if not with a battle for survival, its a reaction thats fraught with a lot of risks. Heartaches that are buried often develop into emotional time bombs that may become progressively dangerous to our normal lives, on a lot of levels of our beingness. It calls forconsiderable effort to keep the uninvited feelings and memories hidden outside our witting awareness. This is a drain on our energies. We likewise protect ourselves by heading off relationships and spots that resonate with the wounds,unsolved grief experiences - our unconscious always on the job lest issues and feelings in the current spot resonate with the swallowed materials and activate a bomb that it fears will be -5-
  6. 6. overpowering. Our lives might become constricted and narrowed as a result of these defensive maneuvers. Other divisions of our unconscious comprehend that theseburied bombs are an unhealthful burden to be carrying around with us. Signals are sent from healing regions of our unconscious to draw our attention to the immersed feelings and memories that need clarification. These signals might include disruptive dreams, physical symptoms, or strange,excessively strong responses to assorted triggers in our current lives. In this e-Book you are able to explore a lot of avenues for dealing with challenging psychological and physical trouble through holistic affirmations for self-healing. You might choose to live your life in fresh and exciting ways. Your symptoms and issues need not be curses to be eradicated. Utilizing medications to deal with symptoms of grief and bereavement might in effect be a way of shutting up the messenger whos bringing you uncomfortable news that something inside you is out of sync, or a process to deaden your reactions to these messages. This brings you is a remarkable fresh method for easing your way through the process. While it might seem to you that thelightening of your burden is a hard challenge, a lot of gratefulusers report its completely metamorphosed their process and their lives. -6-
  7. 7. Spiritual Healing For Your SoulHeal your emotional wounds and take control of your life. -7-
  8. 8. Chapter 1:An Opportunity For Growth -8-
  9. 9. SynopsisPast wounds and Grieving about them frequently stops us in our tracks. The acute hurt, depression, anger, shame and additional feelings force us into self-contemplations and introspections that wed otherwise prevent. This in itself is mending us, forcing us out of our childhood patterns of warding off painful emotions and escaping from them. -9-
  10. 10. Viewing It DifferentlyThe skills we memorize and the resources we gain in dealing withthese feelings will carry on standing us in good stead with laterexperiences of acute emotions of all types.When going through our healing of wounds we likewise have anexcellent chance to clear our inner file drawers where aged,disregarded, buried matters are stored beside the fresh ones. Thesetechniques are especially helpful in this respect, enabling us todecrease the strength of residual notions from old grief along withnew, raw feelings from the fresh ones.We likewise learn compassion by our own experiences of sufferings.This is generally acknowledged in the observance that many of thebetter caregivers for ill people are themselves injured healers. Closureisnt a time or date when you shut the door on your wounded feelingsand feel it no longer. Closure begins the instant you soak up the factthat the situation happened. With each step along the path of healingwounds you take is a step toward further, deeper closure.Several are led astray to feel theyve reached an early end to theirclosure when theyre in the grasp of waves of sorrow, anger andshame of the moment. Learning that healing has its own method, its - 10 -
  11. 11. own timing and its own meandering, hilly road toward ever betterclosure is a part of the process. Its an awareness regarding theprocedure of grieving and healing; a growing intimacy with how yourmind and feelings react and deal with emotional wounds.Heartache over our losses and wounds stops us in our tracks. Itassists us in realizing a lot of disregarded truths and to acquire manyhelpful and life-enhancing lessons.If you trust in endurance of the spirit and that you are able to recover,you might have fewer anxieties and even reach a place of much richerand greater admiration for all of the chances, blessings and lessonsyouve had and will have in this life. Youll pull through the closureprocess with Appreciation for the great experiences you recall and thelessons acquired; with gratefulness for the enrichments accumulatedin your life so far; and with acute anticipation for the graces yet tocome.In this life there is transience in all experiences. Recognizing an endwill bear on every and each relationship we have, including theelemental end of our relationship with all we have lived in this life,helps us to treasure every experience a great deal more. Thisawareness might be one of the biggest benefits of transitioningthrough the healing process. - 11 -
  12. 12. Once we come through such grave challenges, other issues in our lifeshrivel up in comparison. As we clean-cut issues and feelings in thepresent tense, we frequently discover like issues lurking in the samefile drawers. These might have been stacked away many years before,at times when we didnt bear the resources to handle them.At present, with the successes of managing problems of grief andhealing, you can do an exhaustive clearing up of such unnecessarybaggage that you carry with you in your unconscious. This is theacceptance of grief as a part of healing; as that which bestows deepmeaning to life; as a chance for clarifications; and as the terrificteacher it may be.This is a branching out of our positive cognizance. That is, when weunderstand were safe and need not fear our past experiences - whichis for a lot of people very difficult- then all additional stress and fearsin our lives become nothing more than added lessons. We understandthat everything in our lifetime is manageable; theres nothing we haveto worry about or fear.We may than accept everything in our life as a lesson. Rather thansaying, "Oh, my goodness! How will I handle this challenge?" we canstate, "Hmmm! I’m curious what intriguing lessons Ill get from thisinvitation to look deeper inside myself?" or "I question what Illdiscover to clear up next from the file drawer that this hurdle isdirecting me towards?" - 12 -
  13. 13. Chapter 2:General Healing - 13 -
  14. 14. Synopsis We all allow a small child plan our lifetime processor. Having made this inevitable mistake, we wind up making the goofy error of running these programs for nearly all of our lives. As youngsters, we frequently cant comprehend the causes for awful or frightening states of affairs. Youngsters cant alter their objectionable circumstances, cant leave, cant fire or switch out their parents. Were stuck in sadness and from ourkid views, see no means out. In such spots, its really helpful forus to head for the hills to hide from the hurt or to blank it out – burying the feelings externally of conscious awareness. As youngsters, this is a great choice for warding off pain and suffering, as we cant prevent it. Following, our unconsciousrapidly gets used to protecting us from the hurt of these hiddendistresses by keeping them securely locked up so that we cant feel them and dont suffer from them. Feeling memories are stacked away in unconscious parts of the right side of the brain. The right hemisphere places a sign on the inner file cabinet stating, “Stand back!!” It addresses the more consciously aware left hemisphere and states, “We don’t wish to understand about this, do we?” And the left hemisphere states, “nope, let’s stand back from those dreadful memories - 14 -
  15. 15. and feelings.” So we make-believe to ourselves they aren’t there. - 15 -
  16. 16. Understanding Helps HealAlthough this scheme works well to protect us as youngsters fromconcerns and pains, it shortly becomes the default for our lifespaninner ‘steering’ programs. The unconscious stays afraid of thesehidden feelings shut away in its file cabinet drawers. It trusts that theoriginal, hidden concerns and hurts may still overpower us with allthe strength of our original responses from the time when weimmersed them.As we become aged, these programs get old-hat. The unconscious, allthe same working according to the youngster programs, doesn’tunderstand we may manage these feelings better as grownups. Forinstance: The right hemisphere might warn us in small print belowthe ‘stand back’ sign of the cupboard where concerns from ourparents’ arguments, tongue-lashings or other injurious behaviors areshut away. Such a sign might state, “Stand back from anything likearguments and from furious individuals.”We might thus prevent feeling disturbing emotions in our currentlives (that unconsciously vibrate with our earliest life fears), but welikewise wind up blocking ourselves off from experiences andrelationships that may have been much better managed or stomachedwhen were grownups. For example, we might avoid individuals with - 16 -
  17. 17. big voices or individuals who resemble our parents in additionalmanners.Once we come across something in our current life that wakes thesemonsters in our closets, its conceivable that the door to fearfulmemories may pop open a bit, and we may feel a few of the original,hidden feelings. This is why occasionally we over-react when anindividual in our present life reminds us of somebody who scared orhurt us in the past.I know someone who had a lot of anger toward his mother as ayoungster, but swallowed it as she was a single parent and he didntfeel safe conveying it, and detected no other vents for it. For a longtime, he was easily infuriated by authority figures, especially pushywomen.As grownups, we go on to stuff uncomfortable feelings withinourselves, closing a mental door to keep them safely away from ourawareness. Our unconscious mind watchfully stands guard over theseemotions shoved away in files in the caverns of our being, stands firmagainst releasing them – still when were no longer in the dreadfulsituations that caused them; still when were clearly in a morebeneficial position to cope with them.For example, we may have hidden heartache, anxieties, fears andangriness when we were younger. It may begin with being distressed - 17 -
  18. 18. because our loved ones had to move; with one parent being forced tobe away from home for an long period (for work or to look after issuesof extended family); with heartache over our parents splitting up; orwith the demise of a loved one. If this sort of grief response werehidden instead of being conveyed, then we may wind up with aninternal program that leads us to immerse all future grief responses.As grownups, if were once again grieving, we might feel veryuncomfortable – totally out of proportion to what were experiencingin the here and now. We might react with remarkably deep sadness oranger as the memories and notions are stirred in the cupboardsholding our feelings from our earliest life. And so, what do we do?Our chronic reaction is to stuff the fresh objectionable feelings intoour inner cupboards, just like we did when we were too little to knowbetter.With graver wounding experiences, like those of soldiers in wartime,the turning away might be more serious, followed by symptoms ofpost traumatic stress disorder. In addition to anxieties and sorrow,there might be flashbacks to the hurts; activating of acute fears orangers; irrepressible crying; grievous depression; trouble sleeping;intolerance for loud disturbances, closeness with others, and anythingelse that remotely resembles the traumatizing spot; and even self-destructive thoughts and demeanors. (Its usual for individuals withwartime PTSD to have had grave stresses and losses in earliest life.) - 18 -
  19. 19. There might likewise be acute anxieties, due to the signs thatdiscourage letting loose the hidden feelings and memories. Its reallyusual to feel that the acute, long-buried emotions may beoverpowering – even as they felt during the original, woundingexperiences.The graver the abuse or harm has been, the more intense ourresponses might be to anything that trips the warnings on our filecabinet drawers and that conjures up the memories and feelingswithin them. Usual reports of such terrible traumas are connected tosoldiers in combat zones, firefighters, policemen, emergency medicalteams, victims of vehement crimes and assaults, survivors of childvilification, and others who were likewise abused or who saw suchdreadful events.Self-healing strategies and assorted therapies are available to freemany of these well-buried and secret traumas, our internal programscommonly defy such efforts. Frequently, its only if the emotional pusfrom past harms festers to the point of severe physical and emotionalhurt that we even start to become aware that something disturbing iswithin us and come to recognize that its begging us to free and dealwith it.When traumas have been grievous, its often advisable and helpful tohave the guidance and backing of a counselor or therapist whostrained in grief therapy – until individuals learn how to utilize these - 19 -
  20. 20. methods and till they acquire the confidence that the freed feelingsand memories wont be overpowering.Your negative, wounding memories can be transformed intoprofoundly healing and growth-enhancing experiences.Have a Happy and Healthy LivingWith Best RegardsChandana & Raghavendra Yasamwww.HealthWinner.netwww.ProactolWheretoBuy.infowww.CapsiplexWhereToBuy.infowww.FightingStress.infoResources - 20 -
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