This is a follow up from my last blog “Unintegrated childhood experiences are still creating your reality” If you haven’t read that blog I recommend you take a look at it first. I will put a link to it at the bottom of this blog.
All of us have unintegrated emotions from childhood. They are unintegrated because the child’s mind is not developed enough to process these experiences and integrate them properly.
Often a child will block memories as a coping mechanism. How much of your childhood do you actually remember? I know with myself there are very big gaps in my memory.
These unintegrated emotions sit in the subconscious mind festering, and on many levels, they cause the resident emotions attached to them to be repeated throughout our lives. This goes as far as to allow situations in our external reality to be set up to match these early felt perceptions causing them to be played out over and over again without us realizing what is actually happening. I go into more detail about how this happens in my previous blog post.
What is needed is to integrate these unintegrated emotions/felt perceptions and to begin being with them in the present and on a consistent basis.
Your brain is programmed to function in a certain way. This is because It has built neural path ways from your previous behaviors. As you change and integrate these unintegrated emotions your brain, which is just an organ, is not going to be on your side. Your brain is going to want to follow its regular routine and it’s going to put up resistance to this type of change. So simply resisting your own brain is going to cause a lot of discomfort, but by knowing this you can see it for what it is and move through it.
To integrate these perceptions from childhood, we need to focus on the emotional pain and discomfort that comes up in our lives. We need to be with our pain as a good mother would be with a child who was experiencing pain. Patient, here, now, and with it.
As we walk along this path it is not going to be easy. We will be walking straight into our pain and discomfort. In fact, we will also manifest other uncomfortable experiences that will come to the surface for integration because of you prolonging your time in present with the practice I will give you. Don’t be surprised and disillusioned if things feel a lot worse once you start down this path.
However, if you stick to this path no matter how uncomfortable it becomes you will walk through these unintegrated emotions and come out on the other side changed for the better.
This method is not a quick overnight fix like a Band-Aid used to mask an ailment, but it is an authentic resolution. Significant change takes around 8 or 9 months with consistent work. Although I believe there will be signs of change periodically, and even a worsening of the situation can be considered a sign of change going back to my previous statement.
I don’t want to discuss the changes or the signs you will see along the way in detail as this is a very personal experience and discussing it will alter the effect, but I do believe that the tool I’m going to share with you is a true, and rare gift that was given to me, which I am passing to you should you be ready.
The gift I want to share with you is “The Presence Process.” This is an accelerated process for integrating childhood felt perceptions on your road to recovery.
The Presence Process is not an easy process to follow, although the steps are simple, but the results make it so worthwhile.
It’s a 10 week program of 15 minutes in the morning and evening of continuous breathing. Our continuous breathing for an extended amount of time repeatedly forces us to keep in the present, slowly strengthening our “present focus muscles.” There is no way that you can breathe in the past or the future and the continuous loud breathing as well as saying “I’m here now with this.” One word for each breath in and each breath out keeps us focused in the present and connected to the emotional body for a set amount of time every day.
This exercise is important because we need to be in the present in order to tap into our emotional body where our felt perceptions are located. The emotional body only exists in the present. When we are focusing on the past or future, we are in the mental body, and not the emotional body as is required here.
Michael Brown the creator of this tool also gives you assignments and insights every week to deep in this process.
The Presence Process has no religious affiliations and is only meant to deepen and integrate these childhood emotions/felt perceptions that are reoccurring and interfering with your present reality.
It is recommended that you do this 10 week program at least three times over a space of a year to see significant changes.
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Sending you light and love
Delaney Kay (Daylight out of Darkness)
My previous blog “Unintegrated childhood experiences are still creating your reality”
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