During a morning meditation while working consciously, I was trying to sense my whole body and following the circulation of energy in the body. Suddenly I became aware of certain blocks in the way of this energy. I intentionally focused my attention on these blocks and felt these blocks were actually like small crystals made of some definite material and they were not in the physical body. There must be some another body which is connected with the physical body.
On looking deeper I found that these blocks were accumulation of certain negative emotions. The first cluster of emotions were of anxiety, worry and fear. It looks like the emotions move into the physical body and slowly penetrate in our cells and tissues, finally effect the organ or the whole physical body.
I was genuinely curious and this brought me in state of complete wonder and then due to this state I experienced a flush of energy wave which disintegrated the earlier emotions of anxiety, fear and worry. Suddenly I was deeply relaxed and free. It was a moment of delight and inner freedom.
Slowly and steadily I kept working and found that for every cluster of negative emotion there is an antidote of positive emotion. Here is a small table to depict the corresponding positive emotions for some of the prominent negative emotions:
It is quite clear that emotions are tangible and made of some very subtle material which cannot be seen by naked eyes. Over a period of time these emotions become clusters and blocks and start effecting human organs. In some cases it may lead to very great damage too. It looks to me if somebody could simply take a pill of positive emotion say 3 times a day for 21 days, I think it could heal even the worst and chronic negative emotions.
This can be called deep healing but at the same time one needs to be vigilant / aware of the production of new negative emotions. In our daily lives we come across many instances where we accumulate these negative emotions unknowingly. Like one may be having a lovely walk in the park and suddenly one sees someone we know and we are anticipating to greet each other and to our surprise the other person simply walks away ignoring us. May be the other person is engrossed in solving some personal problem but such a simple act can leave marks of not being acknowledged and bitterness.
Now how to remain unidentified, as if looking from a distance and not believing in every thought which crosses our mind, not give in to every emotion, this requires continuous awareness and inner work. I would like to suggest my reader not to conclude anything but to take this as a beginning for an exploration. To explore more go to www.iconnectway.com/book-online for online guided meditation classes.