Advanced Ho’oponopono- Level 2 For Negative Emotions for Disease or an illness


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When we have discomfort or disease in our body, we tend to develop negative stories that promote negative emotions around the disease. We think it’s normal and okay to feel sad or bitter when we are in pain. However, physical pain is not necessarily connected to emotional pain. Generating emotional pain to escort physical pain is a choice…a habit. It’s not biological law that the two should co-exist. Also, when we generate negative emotions to accompany physical discomforts we create more discomfort. Note that experiencing negative emotions for a long time can manifest into physical misalignment.

“Generating emotional pain to escort physical pain is a choice…a habit.”

Therefore, it is vital to release any negative emotions and/or stories that we’ve generated because of disease or illness in our bodies. Note that when we release the negative emotions the disease or illness is isolated without being burdened by the negative emotions. Consequently, the brain can execute the body’s healing process without having to deal with the generated negative emotions. 

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In this advanced ho’oponopono session, we shall release negative emotions and stories that you might have generated because of an illness or disease in your body. When you release this negativity you will witness a sense of calmness. And this emotional state will help your body to use whatever it is given and/or have to heal itself quicker. 

If you want more help, please send me an email at tapthegood@gmail.com

Love and light

Dr. Jacinta Mpalyenkana-Murray, Ph.D., MBA

http://www.tapthegood.com

Emotional Counseling and Angel Therapy for Negative Emotions Related to Relationships’ Conflicts


DemosSo you are having a hard time with your relationship, right?

I know what that feels like. I’ve experienced the related negative emotions accrued from troubled relationships. These emotions can be draining and disorienting when accommodated and believed. The good news is that there are proven simple tools that can resolve and dissolve any negative emotions or feelings regardless of their intensity. But this can only happen when we remember the following:

1. We can not control other people.
2. We are not our emotions.
3. We perceive our emotions.
4. There’s an observer within us who observes both the negative emotions and the perceiver of them.
5. When we recruit thoughts that generate emotions to relate to an experience, we create two types of emotions:
(i) Dead-end emotions
(ii) Trouble generating emotions.

6. When we deny thoughts our attention they cease to create conditions.
7. There are conditions in life that may not change; but there is a place in you they can never change.

“When we deny thoughts our attention they cease to create conditions.” Jacent Mpalyenkana-Murray

In this video, I go in depth to explain the difference between the two types of emotions and how they affect us. I also offer a simple, yet powerful tool to help you release the negative emotions. Lastly, I take you through an Angel therapy session to help you soothe your mind.

If you have questions, please send me an email at tapthegood@gmail.com

In the meantime, know that you are loved and blessed beyond your imagination because of who you truly are.

“There are conditions in life that may not change; but there is a place in you they can never change.” Jacent Mpalyenkana-Murray

Love and peace
Dr. Jacinta M Murray, PHD, MBA
Spiritual Counselor, Transformational Coach
http://www.tapthegood.com

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Anger Management with Advanced EFT – 7 Video Sessions Included


In my humble opinion, anger is an indication that one is holding onto an unpleasant past. It is reveals that one is still stuck in the past–carrying a whole load of negative memories. 

There are many reasons on which anger is rooted. And although these reasons are acknowledged and respected, they retard, instead of progress us. 

My life has presented many opportunities for me to be angry. And I have given in to these “opportunities” more times than not. I have had very profound reasons to justify my anger. And I have held onto these reasons persistently at the back of my mind to promote the anger. I thought it was right and fitting, and actually needed of me to express my anger. I deserved to be angry. “Isn’t that what human beings do?” I thought.  Now, tell me about insanity!!  At the end of the day, the anger hurt me more than the people and experiences I was angry with. And this is a lesson to remember for as long as I live. I learned that it is vital for me to let things go as soon as they happen. There is absolutely no reason to hold onto an ugly past. And although one has to remember the lessons learned, the assigned perceptions and conclusions about the negative experiences should be nullified and dropped from the mind as quickly as possible.

It is important to remain silent and observe the angry thoughts dwelling in the mind before they take over our emotions. 

“Anger is one of the certain routes to insanity. “

If you are dealing with anger, I have recorded 7 videos to help you release and let this anger go. In the videos, I have employed the magical tools of EFT, the emotional freedom technique, known to help millions of people globally to achieve emotional freedom.

Please take advantage of these videos and do share about your experiences.

 

In the interim, I’m sending you abundant love from my heart to yours.

Dr. Jacinta M M Murray, is a spiritual counselor and transformational coach. One of the techniques she uses to help her clients achieve emotional freedom is EFT. As an advanced practitioner, Jacinta has helped thousands of her clients achieve emotional freedom. 

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When Love Hurts: One Powerful Technique to Liberate Yourself from Abuse-addiction.


Domestic abuseOur personalities are complex and to dissect them to identify the conditioning upon which we create them takes time. Sometimes we don’t even know our personalities since we might have more than one.

With that said, addictive personalities weaken our natural abilities to go through life with faith and courage. We rely on behavior or substance intake for short-term comfort or as escapes from whatever we are running from. Other times we fall into addictive behavior to subconsciously support an underlying belief.

What is abuse-addiction?

adbThis is when one finds him/herself attracting and staying in abusive relationships. Abuse addicts have many excuses for staying with abusive partners. They have supporting reasons. They could also blame themselves—suggesting that it is something wrong with them that trigger their partners’ abusive behavior. At times, they conceal the extent of the abuse, and re-narrate the incidents to prove that their partner wasn’t abusive.

For instance, for many years I was addicted to abuse. I believed that I wasn’t good enough; that I was ugly and that no man would love, without insulting me. I believed that abuse was part and partial of being in a relationship. As a child, I heard many stories about promiscuous and violent men.  Most of our neighbors were single mothers who continuously indulged in conversations about the insane nature of men. And I believe that’s when I was conditioned to believe that love hurts emotionally and physically. I must have subconsciously cemented the idea that it was okay to be abused.

It took years of emotional and physical pain, plus many disappointments to realize that I was basically hurting myself by staying in abusive relationships.

How do You Liberate Yourself From Abuse-addiction?

abseThe first step towards liberating yourself is to find out the underlying beliefs about your self-image, self-worth, self-love, relationships, plus the childhood stories you have about abuse.

Today, as a counselor and coach, I use these techniques to help my clients overcome their addictive behavior.

Do not Listen to Your Mind.

The mind is like a policeman you hire, who ends up stealing from you. The mind is a trickster, and you shouldn’t trust it. Unfortunately, we’ve been conditioned to believe that the mind is powerful. The mind is king. The mind is our friend. Trust me when I say, that the mind is the enemy. For instance, the mind could tell you damn stuff like, “Forgive him/her. They won’t do it again,” when your hubby has just smacked you. However, this could be the 100th time they’ve done it. And the mind could have told you that crap to forgive them ninety-nine other times. It will continue persuading and giving you thoughts as reasons to forgive them.  When you give in and forgive the idiot, the mind will bombard you with thoughts about how bad they hurt you. How they should treat you. How you should find someone else; or maybe have a side fling. And if you cheat instead of leave the relationship, and they find out and then abuse you again, the mind will say, “Wow! See what I told you? You are seriously damn. Why didn’t you just leave them? What the hell are you still doing in this relationship? What is wrong with you? You definitely deserve to be hit thousands times over. You are not worthy. You are not good for anything. Blab bla bla.” Note that this is the same mind that convinced you to stay in the relationship.

“The mind is like a policeman you hire, who ends up stealing from you.”

I guess you realize that the mind is not particularly our friend. Therefore, do not listen to your thoughts. Only use your mind when you need it instead of letting it use you. The idea is to ignore your thoughts. Do not recruit them. Do not assign meanings, create relationships, associations, or even entertain them for a single second. Instead, respect your feelings. If your partner behaves in ways that abuse your personal standards, move on. If they physically abuse you the first time, there is no reason in the world to stay in that relationship. Because trust me, they will do it again. Remember that when you respect and love yourself unconditionally, you will attract the same. Note that we do not experience the world as it is: we experience it as we are. As within, so without. Our experiences mirror our conditioning. Change your negative beliefs and conditioning, and your world will change accordingly.

“Only use your mind when you need it instead of letting it use you.”

Dr. Jacinta M Murray is a spiritual counselor and transformational coach. Helping people to overcome their addictions is one of her specialties. 

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How to Release Fear Energy with Ho’oponopono


FearMy biggest fear is heights. And this is because of a childhood memory when I was 8 years old and a neighbor’s kid fell to her death from the 5th floor of an apartment building. This memory has never left me. So, activities such as getting on a roller-coaster, Jambo jumping and the like, trigger a lot of fear in me. However, this fear restricts me from experiencing the thrill involved in activities that involve heights.

We all have fears and some of these fears retard our progress. Although certain fear is needed to alert us of any possible dangers, there is fear that is not necessary or productive.

The questions are;

1. What are your fears?
2. How are these fears serving you, if at all?
3. When will you let them go?
4. What would it take to let them go?

Fear release

In this advanced Ho’oponopono session I deal with releasing the energy of fear from one’s system.

All you have to do is listen and let the four magical Ho’oponopono statements being recited dissolve your grip on fear.

Dr. Jacinta Murray is a spiritual counselor and transformational coach who specializes in helping her clients achieve emotional freedom from negative conditioning, hurtful memories, abuse–and the like, plus liberate the spirit from bondage, in order for one to live life on their terms.

For more about her, please visit, http://www.tapthegood.com

EFT Session to Release Fear Energy


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Fear is a positive emotion when it alerts us of the dangers related to playing it small or repeating what hurt us in the past. However, fear is retarding when it stops us from progressing. 

Fear has a tendency of telling us everything that could go wrong with what we plan to do or what we are doing at a particular moment.  Once we give in to these fears, we lose confidence in whatever we are pursuing. Fear blurs our focus, inspires procrastination, blocks our vision and keeps us captives of our self-created hell. Fear is the reason we stay in abusive relationships or at jobs that are literally killing us.

In this video I use the magical tools of EFT to release the fear that inspires a belief that things won’t change for the better. 

Use this recording every day for the next 21 days to release fear energy from your system.

Let me know how you feel after tapping.

If you have questions, please contact me at tapthegood@gmail.com

Much love from my heart to yours. 

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