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6/13 Dealing with Wounded, Crippled emotions for Total Wholeness

Posted by on December 9, 2012 at 4:24 pmsite-map

Another picture we could use to describe the relationship between your Heart and your Emotions is the example of a ‘Computer Disc’.  The Heart records all the events of your life, rleasing emotions to help bring that event into your awareness for healing.

1.  Your Past Cannot Hurt You

Your past can’t hurt you; you’ll never be that little girl or little boy again.  However, remember the heart stores all the events from your life, much like the computer discs.   It’s the recording of all those events, along with the faulty beliefs systems you developed back then, that come up in today’s problems.

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6/12 Emotions are God’s Gift to help us toward Total Wholeness

Posted by on December 4, 2012participate at 4:56 am

So far in our discussions on emotions, we have given you a definition of emotions.  We have talked about how emotions develop and how healthy emotional expression is essential to good mental health.  We have presented you with a list of words to help express the right intensith of emotions.  We even present t

We now move onto the main purpose of our emotions – as ways to help you gt in touch with deeper issues, as messangers from your Heart.

A.  Emotions are really God’s Gift to us!

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6/11 Healthy ways to express anger and emotions for Total Wholeness

Posted by on November 27, 2012suggest at 3:57 am

Total Wholeness present another YouTube video Uploaded by MagpieMedia1 on January 11, 2012.

The presented Bill answers a question from Tami.  The questions revolve around not knowing how to show her anger and asks how she can express her feelings in a healthy way.  Interesting comments by the presenter.

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May Bill’s comments reflect another level of understanding as you journey through understanding your own emotions,

Susanne Fengler, Blog Author

www.totalwholeness.mentorsnotebook.com/blog

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6/10 Personal Exercise – Using ‘Feeling words’ for Total Wholeness

Posted by on November 21, 2012language at 3:30 am

Sometimes, the hardest thing to do is to get the right word for how you really are feeling.  Here is a list of ‘Feeling Words’ that can help you put your emotions into better perspective.  This will bring a better understanding of your Emotions leading to more Total Wholeness.  Try and identify the intensity of what you are feeling rather than just ‘sad’. 

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YouTube – Healthy Anger for Total Wholeness

Posted by on November 14, 2012news at 2:05 am

The following YouTube video is presented by wgdefoore1 on Sep 14, 2009.   Dr. William DeFoore presents an entertaining talk on healthy anger. Go to http://www.angermanagementresource.com/healthy-anger.html to learn how unhealthy anger makes you less intelligent, and how healthy anger gives you tons of energy and fuels effective action when aligned with your values of your life.

We hope this has added to your information about Emotions, especially if you can get his message from your head down into

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6/9 YouTube vidoe – Controlling Your Emotions Before They Control You

Posted by on November 5, 2012site-map at 12:33 am
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Learning to understand and control your emotions can be challenging.  Total Wholeness presents a YouTube Video uploaded by rosaryfilms on June 18, 2008.  This is a series of videos on ‘Managing Your Emotions Before It Manages You’ Training Video.  

Socrates knew it all along. If you want to succeed in life you must “know thyself”. This is the first step for everything and for anybody who wants to make a difference in his or her life. The ability to listen to our own emotions, wants and needs is the first step in that direction.

 

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6/8 The Nine Major Family Groups of Emotions

Posted by on November 9, 2012 at 12:05 amhandbook

Counsellors, Therapist and people who have studies emotions can give us a list of Nine Basic ‘Emotional families’.  Most of the studies have gone into recognising the ‘unpleasant’ emotions.  I would suggest there are more ‘families’ of the ‘pleasant’ emotions that are list here.  Could you think of other pleasant emotional families?

1. The Family of Anxiety – This group is marked by apprehension, dread, worry, panic, obsessions and phobias.  Most anxiety is rooted in past psychological damage.  The challenge is to bring the damage to God for healing.  Denial, unbelief and low self worth are the common barriers for this to happen.

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6/7 Exercise #1: How well do I Handle My Emotions?

Posted by on October 30, 2012 at 4:13 amservice

This is a Personal Worksheet for you to examine how you handle your own Emotions.  It will help to print off this page to think through the statements.

Think through the following statements.  Give yourself a rating from 1    =     not good and need to improve  to 10    =    Great and don’t need to work on this at all.

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Questions to be Considered?

1 to 10?

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I am aware of my body reactions that lead to anger.

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I am aware of the intensity of my emotions but control   them.

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6/6 Healthy Ways to Handle Emotions for Total Wholeness

Posted by on October 24, 2012 at 2:17 am

So far we have been looking at the usual ways people handle their emotions, the unhealthy ways we try and ignore or force emotions ways from us.  Everyone has emotions.  Remember you really don’t have a choice in which emotions you feel.  Any emotion is neither good nor bad in itself.  Part of your journey to Healthy Emotions for Total Wholeness is to really be honest with yourself about what you are feeling

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6/4 Where do we get our Emotions for Total Wholeness?

Posted by on October 12, 2012 at 4:22 am

If we see the overall picture, Emotions are observable behaviours because of the chemical changes in our body. That is why chemicals (drugs) can be used to ‘alter our moods’. Using a definition from Selwyn Hughes in his Every Day with Jesus, May, 1998, emotions can be defined as:

“The state of mind …… that produces a feeling …..  which then shows itself in a physical change within the body.”

These chemical changes are influenced largely by how we ‘see’ the world around us.  That is, how we interpret what we see, smell, touch, hear and taste.  The brain is the organ that interprets reality and ties the five senses to thought and emotion.

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6/3 How does our Emotional Nature Develop?

Posted by on October 10, 2012
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A. So we continue with the 7 parts of your personality by focusing on the Emotions. 

Where do they come from?  How can we understand the Emotions we have gained from our scared childhood?  How can we move toward Total Wholeness with Healthy Emotions?  All these questions are important, so join us as we see where our Emotions come from!

B.  Our Family of Origin Influences our Emotions

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6/2 Intro to Emotions and Total Wholeness

Posted by on October 4, 2012handbook at 11:16 pm

Welcome back to the Boardroom of your Personality!

Your personality – or what we have called ‘The Boardroom’ – is constantly feeling emotions, thinking about things, sorting out different views and making decisions.  Most of this activity is ‘under cover’; we need to look for the patterns that are happening to understand our own Boardroom.

Remember the other influences in the Boardroom?  For most people, the Conscience has a large say in any decisions.  This voice uses the ‘should, ought, must’ and etc.  It often condemned us into action.

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