Emotional Release Pratice Revisited


It’s been several years since I last wrote about Emotional Release Practice.  Recently I had to revisit this technique as I had not experienced the full reactions and panic attacks that I had earlier experienced in my life when I was diagnosed with depression, anxiety, and posttraumatic stress disorder.

Panic attacks and negative reactions occur when we first have a negative thought in our minds. This negative thought is associated with negative emotions. The negative emotions we experience may be jealousy, anger, resentment, envy, etc.   These negative  emotions arise from our fears. We then react physically to these negative emotions and experience a panic attack.

The purpose of Emotional Release Practice is  to become aware of these negative thoughts when they first arise within our minds, and then to prevent the negative reaction or panic attack. Please see my earlier post on Emotional Relesse Practice for the specific technique.

This technique is difficult to master as the negative emotion will arise within seconds after the negative thought comes into our minds. The negative  physical  reaction takes only several more seconds to occur.  However, once we master the technique, it will become automatic in our every day life, and we are able to cope with the various negative thoughts, negative  emotions, and then the subsequent negative reactions that occur daily.

This technique is a coping skill to assist us while we are working on and healing our core emotional landscape.  Good luck with your spiritual and healing journey! ( copyright 2017 awakening journey with all rights reserved)

Author: Journey of Awakening

Hi, I'm Brooke who will be taking you on a journey of spiritual awakening. I experienced a spiritual awakening in March 2011 when my consciousness was awakened, inspired, and transformed forever. I will serve as your guide on this journey, and hope you will join me!

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