Spying on subconscious feelings

Perhaps since emotions are invisible, they are treated as if they do not exist. Meanwhile, emotions affect the bottom line of our health, happiness and well-being.

by Jill Mattson — 

We spend our formative years in school developing our rational minds, but our emotions receive no formal attention. High divorce rates, job loss, employment stress, accidents, deaths, personal struggles, changing hormones, financial problems and health issues can challenge anyone’s emotional health. Yet, as a society, we stubbornly treat the development of our emotions as a low priority.

Perhaps since emotions are invisible, they are treated as if they do not exist. Meanwhile, emotions affect the bottom line of our health, happiness and well-being.

Developing the mind is important, but so is improving emotional strength. Think about a world in which many people display emotional mastery and harmony. Emotional development is crucial for personal growth, but the cumulative effect of our collective emotional strength can impact entire societies.

Sharry Edwards, a pioneer in sound healing, developed a system to monitor emotions, even the subconscious ones. Edwards’ signature system, BioAcoustics, maps and balances frequencies in the body, resulting in astonishing health improvements. She also has now gifted us with a frequency-based personality profiler, the nanoVoice. Hold on to your hats — it is free! You can download it at www.nanovoice.org.

Personality programs identify our natural talents, strengths and capabilities, and encourage us to better utilize them. Simultaneously, personality profilers identify our weaknesses, allowing us to turn them into strengths.

Sages throughout history report how difficult it is to “know thyself,” but these wise sages did not have access to Edwards’ multifaceted nanoVoice, which reveals subconscious emotions.

Many of our behaviors and moods are hidden beneath layers of pain. We do not eliminate negative feelings by ignoring them, but by identifying and addressing them as they are released.

We experience complex thoughts, feelings and behaviors, but are only fully conscious of one element at a time. We subjugate feelings and thoughts when we are occupied with other things.

This underground emotional energy influences our health and creates emotional habits. Since our minds process only one action at a time, thoughts and feelings are regularly processed below our conscious mind. It is not only unpleasant feelings that we deny, but also deep levels of thinking and feeling that we experience all day long.

The nanoVoice graphs our emotions, whether or not we are conscious of them. Our feelings go underground far more than we realize:

  • People unknowingly project their subliminal feelings onto others. For example, a person withdraws, not allowing anyone to get close, yet he perceives that others have abandoned him.
  • We clothe dark feelings in an acceptable light. Anger is often disguised as a righteous reaction.
  • Subconscious expectations set up interpersonal difficulties. For example, we do not voice our expectations, yet we are wounded when they are not met.
  • Unconscious feelings can trigger other people’s behavior. For example, Bob believes that he is no good, and radiates this feeling. Those nearby feel this energy, subconsciously pick up on it and act accordingly. Subtly Bob conditioned others to treat him with low regard.
  • People are rarely aware when their egos direct situations. When we are not conscious of it, our ego is extraordinarily hard to manage.

Usually we are clueless about subconscious feelings, which illustrates why it is difficult to know ourselves from the inside out.

Negative emotions spread to those in close proximity. Just as second-hand smoke inflicts damage, so do our toxic emotions. Yet, we steadfastly believe that we can hide our feelings without any impact on others.

Edwards created the nanoVoice, to give us inner knowledge so that we can better navigate emotional challenges. This allows us to view our underlying emotions and access buried feelings.

This unveils confusion, sheds light on indecision and depicts ego issues. These revelations enable us to acknowledge, resolve and release negative emotional habits.

 

Jill Mattson is a three-time author and recognized in the emerging field of sound healing. She lectures about the healing power of music, unveiling ancient cultural secrets and scientific findings, and produces sound healing musical CDs. 814-657-0134, www.jillswingsoflight.com or www.jillshealingmusic.com.

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 29, Number 3, June/July 2011.

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