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Release Shutting Down Your Own Joy

I have a friend who hasn’t been very much fun to be around. She has only wanted to do things that she enjoys doing and when someone else wants to do something or go somewhere different, she refuses. She gets anxious to get home. She has never enjoyed going to events and she treats every occasion as something to dread. As kind as she is, the relationship has been one-sided and devoid of spontaneity and joy. We recently got to the root of the matter.

I wanted her to spend the afternoon with me. I just blurted out. You don’t have to be afraid to die, we are just going shopping. She started crying at that statement and continued until I picked her up.

When I arrived at her house. I saw images of one of her past lives that was affecting her joy in this life. Multiple images overlaid the one that I was seeing vividly. This showed that the trauma was ingrained and reinforced in many lifetimes. What happens is there is a small transgression to a part of the body or psyche and that part becomes vulnerable to similar transgressions in different scenarios. For example, if I see someone was decapitated in a causal (past life) image, I may also see hangings, choking or other injuries to the same area of the body.

The trauma of being surprised by an attack was so ingrained that my friend was shutting down her own hormones as a response. It was as if her excitement became a trigger for trauma and so she preferred to stay in a slightly depressed state rather than risk reliving the attack in any way. Her own enthusiasm conjured up a state of distress. This happens more than people realize and can be address with the taps.

Here are some of the taps I led my friend through.

I release the fear and trauma of being Shanghaied, in all lifetimes.
I release associating spontaneity with being Shanghaied, in all lifetimes.
I release forgoing spontaneity for security, in all lifetimes.
I release being imprisoned in a routine, in all lifetimes.
I release converting my life into a fortress, in all lifetimes.
I release confusing excitement for danger, in all lifetimes.
I release using fear to squelch my enthusiasm, in all lifetimes.
I release diminishing my life to monotonous state, in all lifetimes.
I release squelching my enthusiasm, in all lifetimes.
I release shutting down my happiness, in all lifetimes.
I release the pain and trauma of the attack in all lifetimes.
I release allowing small issues to trigger the attack, in all lifetimes.
I release holding myself hostage, in all lifetimes.
I release the fear that loved ones will hurt me in all lifetimes.
I release seeing enemies in loved ones, in all lifetimes
I release turning my sacred space into a prison, in all lifetimes.

After the taps, the sun broke through from behind the clouds (this happens more that sounds credible to mention). My friend saw everyday things in her neighborhood that she had never noticed before. She enjoyed a presence and an enthusiasm that I have never experienced from her before. It was pleasant all the way around.

One Comment on “Release Shutting Down Your Own Joy

3eileenegan
October 10, 2015 at 4:08 pm

Fantastic!

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