5. Emotional Priority
Name the following emotions and test to see whether they are weak:
This is written as if the patient were you, but may be applied to another.
Once you know the emotions in the record that needs to be cleared. Ask "Age of decision (your present age), and below." "(Next decade down) and below." Do this until you get a negative test. Then go up one year at a time until you get a positive test. That is the year of the event influencing your emotional distress. This can go back any number of months into the womb, or even first, second, third, fourth, etc. past lives. State "Mother involved." "Father involved." "Female involved." "Male involved." Test until you find out who was there for the event.
- overwhelm burden
- need for approval
Then try to picture what might have happened involving the emotions. Test to see whether your guess (or direct sense) is true. Use muscle testing to get at the truth. This takes some fine tuning and often some training. If you felt badly because someone did or said something, put them into you circuit and test to see what they were feeling or had gone through. Often this goes back to their childhood or even past lives. Find out the truth--"the truth shall set you free".
Finally, put "present day into the circuit", and test each of the emotions again, to see if they are clear. If they are not go back and examine the event again to see if something was not understood.
Back to THE TEN PRIORITIES.