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Marti Murphy

Forbidden Emotions

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    Your Thoughts ➞ Create Your Emotions ➞ Create Your Beliefs
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    This sequence of electrical impulses is what we call thinking. A thought would then be the electrical impulse that gets wired into your brain. Thoughts themselves get wired into your brain.
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    What is a thought, really? According to neuroscience, a thought is the process of an electrical impulse in your brain that stimulates some part of it, prompting another electrical impulse.
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    In his article, “Can You Change Your
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    Brain by Thinking Differently ,” Dr Joe Dispenza says:
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    According to Dr. Joe Dispenza, we create our emotions by the thoughts we think about an experience, and our emotions are by-products of our past experiences.
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    There’s a funny saying by personal development speaker and author Dan Millman.
    “What do you think you’re thinking, when you think you’re not thinking?”
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    These thoughts had been running the show of my life and, because of them, through self-fulfilling prophecy I had unconsciously created what was showing up in my life for decades.
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    When I started paying attention to the thoughts rumbling around in my head, I was astonished to hear how many of my thoughts were so negative
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    Using electron microscopy, I not only saw the cells from the outside, but I went through the cell’s anatomy and understand the nature of its organization, its structures, and its functions. As much as people talk about flying into outer space, I was flying into inner space and seeing new vistas, having greater appreciation of life, the nature of cells and our involvement with our own cells.
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    Consider this from stem cell Biologist Dr. Bruce Lipton, from his June 7, 2012 article “The Wisdom of Your Cells.”
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    I heard an interview with Quantum Success coach Christy Whitman.
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    An emotion we do not avoid, bury, or stop takes ninety seconds to move through us.
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    would Rant Tap—I will teach you this later—and just talk out loud, spew out whatever I needed to get off my chest, tapping while I did so.
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    Rant tapping was key for me to free myself from suppressed emotions. Anger, for example, was a big one for me.
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    Once I allowed myself to free myself from years of suppressed anger, when I would feel anger in an unencumbered way, it moved through me in around ninety seconds.
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    when they start to build, instead of burying them, tap through them to release them, as well as the buildup of buried emotions you have accumulated over the years. Y
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    I have noticed that emotions are like waves.
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    You will notice that, over time, they do what they should do: move through you.
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    You stop asking yourself to be someone you are not and stop living in a way that is not congruent for you.
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