Trapped emotions (harmful emotional energies from negative past events) can cause depression, anxiety and they can block people from love and happiness and make them feel disconnected from others. And because trapped emotions are made of energy, just like the rest of the body, they exert an influence on the physical tissues and can cause acute pain and even life threatening illnesses.
In addition, because these negative emotions and associated limiting beliefs are stored in the subconscious mind, they exert a dramatic effect on your emotional balance – how you think, the choices you make and how successful you will be.
Whatever trapped emotions you have – e.g. anger, sadness, depression, frustration – whatever they are, they block you from being able to live a full life. Because these energies are resonating in your body at their own frequency, they act like tuning forks putting out a frequency of negative energy, negative emotion. If you have a trapped emotion of anger from long ago, you are going to become angry much more readily than you otherwise would because part of you is literally already angry.
We have all felt that hollow ache in our heart during times of deep grief, hurt or loss, often referred to as heartache or heartbreak. At times these feelings are difficult to deal with and often result in the formation of an energetic “wall” put up to protect the heart from further injury – we call this a HeartWall.
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“If you don’t keep clearing out the old residual energies in the form of negative trapped emotions then this clutter progressively weakens your power. Slowly, slowly you lose your force. It lies buried in the corrosive negative beliefs you hold onto, one on top of the other. Simply put, it eats away at you, often resulting in mental, physical, emotional discomfort & ultimately dis-ease in your body.
The releasing of trapped negative emotions is somewhat like a mechanic cleaning a car’s battery, removing the corrosive muck inhibiting & draining your power. ”
~ Annette Janover, CECP, CBCP