Negative Emotions and Limiting Decisions –
Humans have the propensity for self-destructive behavior.
True or False
I have found this to be true, time after time after time.
Why is this so?
What can be done about this?
What are negative emotions (NE)?
What are limiting decisions (LD)?
How are you supposed to deal with them, change them, remove them or control them?
Have you ever wondered if there was a part of you that secretly wanted to experience unhappiness or pain, or even to be punished?
Often times your current emotions don’t have anything to do with the present situation or circumstance you find yourself in, but have more to do with something from your past. The present situation is just a trigger, and this trigger has opened up a wound that was never healed, just buried. If you find this hard to believe, then ask yourself why there are occasions where you find yourself feeling angry or annoyed or frustrated or unhappy over a minor incident, hardly worth worrying about.
Have you ever looked back over a particular incident where you felt very strong emotions and wondered why on earth you reacted so strongly over such a minor occurrence?
Maybe you have, maybe you haven’t, but I’m sure now that it has been brought to your attention, you will be watching carefully and noticing events in the future and how you react to them and how they impact on your life.
Negative Emotions can affect many of your experiences and results in your life, without you ever being aware of the reason. Everything you think and say and do affects everything else. Your capacity to think objectively for example – this may lead to wrong decisions or negative actions, which could turn inward, and you would then berate yourself for being so stupid. But were you really stupid? No, I don’t think so you were just operating with a set of incorrect emotions from the past.
These incorrect emotions may lead to self destructive behaviors, because in those moments, of anger negativity or even depression, there is a need to vent and let Mount Vesuvius blow and this either manifests inwardly or outwardly, depending on who has just pressed the trigger.
When you go inward and vent at yourself, you may think and act with spite or bitterness, and even do things that punish and hurt you. You may be aware you are doing this or not. Sometimes it is so deep, on a level that you are not even aware that you are self-destructing, until things start falling in a heap around you. This may impact on your relationships, your health, even finances.
What about Limiting Decisions?
How often in your past have you been put down, criticized, ignored, yelled at, hit, or worse – given the silent treatment?
What was your reaction? Did you take all this inward and tell yourself that you deserved to be treated this way because if you were a good, valuable person, no one would act this way toward you.
This also is a load of rubbish, but it happens and you then believe that you are unworthy of love, companionship, financial security, comfortable lifestyle or any other niceties.
I’m sure many of you reading this will relate to some if not all that you are reading and wondering what to do about reversing or correcting the situation.
I have found with my clients that Time Line Therapy with a few other modalities thrown into the mix is perfect to reorganize the blueprint of you past, and create a clean slate to operate from in the present so that your future can be what you want not what someone else has programmed into you past.
It begins NOW with YOU – DECIDE –
If you keep doing the same thing, you will keep getting the same results. If you want different results, a change needs to take place.
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