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


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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
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Simple Tools to Release the Grip From Depressive Emotional States


In this video, I share a personal story about depression, the related symptoms, some truths about depression and a few tips to help one release the grip from a depressive state.

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In summary, below are a few facts for you to ponder.

  1. Depression is a term with a history and a lot of negative PR. Do not recruit this term to define your emotions just because you have a few symptoms that relate to it.
  2. Depression is perceived. And even as a perception that has graduated into an emotion, it doesn’t have identity. If you look for it within, you will never find it.
  3. The belief that you are depressed is just another thought. And thoughts are nothing without our recruitment. Remember, a believed thought will create a reality. Become aware of a thought as is without giving it your attention and it will disappear from your consciousness.
  4. You, in your true identity can never be depressed–just as the clouds in the sky can never change the sky. They dwell in the sky and then pass. And I believe the sky doesn’t personalize or identify with the clouds and define itself as a dark sky.

Please share your views.

If you need more help with perceived depression, send me an email at tapthegood@gmail.com.

In the interim, have an amazing day. And remember, always remember that there’s a place within you that never changes. This place is where infinite peace always dwells.

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May God’s love overwhelm your heart with the truth.  

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The Power of Our Attention:


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“Pay attention,” said my math teacher–because I was always absentminded. I was 8 years old and math wasn’t my best friend. So in class, I was constantly thinking about chapatti (nan bread). A lady made the most delicious chapattis I have ever eaten. Everyday, she sat outside the school canteen ready to take orders. She made the chapattis in minutes, for each order. Consequently, the chapattis were hot, soft and fluffy. She added ginger, onions, rosemary leaves and other African species only known to her. The chapattis were always salted to perfection. I could never get enough. I still think about them. However, this wasn’t reason enough for me to give my attention to the chapattis instead of the math lessons I had to learn. As a result, I continued to struggle in math. But, I learned how to make good chapattis.

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The question is, how do you assign your attention?

I’ve learned that attention is one of our most intimate and powerful mental tools. What we assign it to matters. Moreover, energy flows where the attention is. And this notion also contributes to how we create our realities. We find that what we pay attention to amplifies in our experiences. For instance, if you pay attention to a rude neighbor, a lot is going to manifest. Your mind will generate more negative thoughts about the neighbor and how rude they are. Your emotions will follow suite. You will start developing a disliking for the neighbor: a disliking amplified because you give the issue more of your attention.

The major news publishing companies in the world use this notion to influence our behavior. They broadcast news daily promoting fear, scarcity and danger. When we pay attention to this news we learn how to be afraid without any particular reason. Fear starts inspiring our decision making. We treat each other suspiciously and always look for where the trouble is not. Moreover, when we look for where something is not, we are still giving our attention to what we don’t want. And what we don’t want continues to manifest in our experiences. Bob Rotella, Sports Psychologist says it best in his quote: “Don’t think about how things will go wrong. Think about how they go will right.”

“Don’t think about how things will go wrong. Think about how they will go right.”

What Can We Do?

We have to understand that our inner world projects our outer world. So, the way we use our inner resources determines our experiences. Let’s pay attention to what we give our attention to.

On a side note: Your vibe matters. Paying attention to your energy signature, aka, vibration influences how and what you experience. Check out my newest book, Advanced EFT Scripts to Heal and Align the ChakrasPurify, Balance and Elevate Your Chakras and Heal Your Mind, Body and Spirit 

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The Null and Void Method to Resolve Negative Memories


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Mathew 8:22: “Let the dead go bury their dead…”~ Jesus

In relation to emotional intelligence, one of my interpretations of the above verse is that everything that happens in the past including a second ago, is dead…gone. If you dwell on it, you are dwelling on what’s dead.

And whatever you focus on you become. So, by focusing on a negative past you are literally murdering your attention (wasting away /killing your precious attention) that could be invested on more life progressing things.

When we realize this truth, then we can go about our business momentarily without dwelling on the negative and hence, dead past.

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Use this method whenever you find your mind dwelling on the negative past. And you will discover that you are not your emotions; you are not your past. Your memories are just thoughts and/or ideas that when you observe closely within yourself, do not exist. You could create imaginary representations of these memories but in reality, they are just illusions.

With this realization, you will free your mind from the negative memories that way you down.

Sending you much peace and divine love.

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Dr. Jacinta Mpalyenkana-Murray, PhD, MBA, is an author, Counselor, Transformational Coach and Speaker. She partners with her clients to help them achieve emotional freedom from the negative past. 

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The Art of Perseverance: 6 Tools to Persevere and Keep Moving Forward


Ellen-White-a-model-in-tenacity-and-perseverancePerseverance is a skill that’s vital for success. Without perseverance one is set to give up easily and then move from project to another just because things didn’t work out as they wanted. The most successful people in the world know how it feels to fail repeatedly but keep going no matter what comes their way.

Stories about the Fright brothers, Albert Einstein, Honda, plus many other iconic beings in history, are intended to remind us that perseverance is a necessary skill for success to be attained. Besides, the degree of celebration for any victory generally depends on the energy invested, number of obstacles overcome and the level of perseverance.

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I, like most people have had my share of disappointments in my business and life in general: disappointments that have left me feeling beaten and broken to my very core. But the passion I have to achieve my life purpose has energized me to get up, pick up the broken pieces and move forward.

The questions are;

  1. What does it take to persevere through turbulent times?
  2. What does it take not to give up?
  3. Where do you get the drive to keep moving forward when you’ve been disappointed repeatedly?
  4. How do you persevere when you have failed so many times, and consequently believe that you are a failure and will continue to fail?

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In this video, I share a few personal stories that will inspire you to get up and keep moving forward. I also share 6 tools that will help you do the same.

The tools in summary are:

~ Be clear about what you want to offer and why?

~ Focus on becoming an expert in your field of preference.

  • Use related personal stories to support your credibility
  • Keep researching and learning new information about your field
  • Invest in self-development, coaching and/or counseling.

~ Don’t take things personally. Don’t let other people’s behavior, opinions and perceptions disorient you from pursuing your goals.

~ Focus on what you want religiously

~ Keep taking steps–however small.

~ Don’t give up.

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Dr. Jacinta Murray is an author, speaker, transformational coach and spiritual counselor. She works with over 1000 clients annually, on and offline, to help them achieve emotional freedom from the negative past, heal from trauma, abuse and stress, develop a success-infused mindset, cleanse the unconscious mind from blockages, resolve bloodline and lineage conflicts, and get clear about their life purpose—among other issues.

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5 Psychologically Proven Tools to Emotionally Detach From Envious/ Jealous People


Two-Guys-sword-fightingOne of the major causes of our suffering is other people’s behaviors. Often, other people’s behavior and actions conflict with our individual beliefs, values, attachments or personal standards. And this can trigger feelings of discomfort or resentment towards them. 

Also, some people give in to negativity, and consequently develop jealousy, envy and toxic behavior that could hurt other people who also give in to personalizing the former’s actions. 

Note that jealously and envy are some of the main causes of witchcraft, backstabbing, murder, plus many other types of crime. So, it’s important to learn how to detach from jealous/envious people. 

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Now, let’s imagine that you find out that someone you thought was a friend is envious of you and has been backstabbing you in different ways. What do you do? 

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Below are 5 tips that will help you detach from such jealous/envious people and most importantly, feel at peace with their actions. In this video, I explain the tips. 

  1. Know that it is their “business.”
  2. Know that they are suffering. 
  3. Remember that you have the power and choice to detach from relating with them
  4. Block them
  5. Focus on your “business.” 

Remember to click on this video, to listen to the tips. 

Dr. Jacinta M Murray, is a spiritual counselor and transformational coach. She specializes in helping her clients achieve emotional freedom, release stress, heal from the negative past, resolve and cleanse dark entities, bloodline curses, energetic and spiritual toxins, become more productive, have clarity about their life purpose, and live life on their terms. 

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Reality Check to Progress as an Entrepreneur (1 of 4)


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When I founded my business about 9 years ago, I fondled my way to making losses, month after month. I did everything my mentor suggested but kept struggling to make ends meet. At one point, I gave up upon concluding that I wasn’t cut to be an entrepreneur. However, my mentor advised me to perform four reality checks about myself and the business.

Below, is the first reality check I performed. Note that in the next three articles I will share each of the reality checks. Please subscribe to my blog or check back next week for the next reality check.

1. Personal Reality Check.

This involves evaluating the following areas of your life:
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 (a) Mindset:

  1. What are your beliefs about being a successful entrepreneur?
  2. What are your prominent thought processes? Are you consistently dwelling on the past and what went wrong, what could go wrong, or you are focused on what could go right?
  3. What is your relationship with money?
  4. On a scale of 1 to 10, (1, being “not at all,” and 10, being “absolutely influential”) how influential are you?
  5. What fears do you have about success?
  6. Do you feel worthy of progress?
  7. What’s your idea of success? What will have to happen for you to know that you have succeeded in business?
  8. What’s your why? Why are you pursuing this business?
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 (b) Strengths

  1. What strengths do you possess that can progress your business? These strengths are both internal and external.
Internal strengths are related to the mental, emotional, and spiritual states; skills, expertise, educational background and/or experience.
External strengths include your financial status, and resources available to you, such as office space, good business relationships and connections, plus support from your loved ones or other positive-minded individuals.
The idea is to find out your strengths in these areas. Note that it’s vital to be honest with yourself.

 (b) Weaknesses

This involves investigating your weaknesses, internal and external.
It would be helpful to refer to what you discovered about your mindset. Are there are any loose ends you need to fix?
  1. On a scale of 1 to 10, 1, being “not driven,” and 10, “very driven,” how driven are you?
  2. Do your daily rituals support your progress?
  3. What relationships weigh you down and why are you still holding onto them?
  4. On a scale of 1 to 10, (1, being “not at all,” and 10, being “absolutely determined”) how determined are you in improving your health? Note that a healthy body promotes a healthy mindset, which then promotes positive, and enthused action.
  5. On a scale of 1 to 10, (1, being “not at all,” and 10, being “absolutely determined”) how determined are you about focusing on what you want without dwelling on the negative?
  6. On a scale of 1 to 10, (1, being “not at all,” and 10, being “absolutely organized”) how organized are you?

  (c) Opportunities

  1. What opportunities do you have at your exposure that you can explore to progress in your business?
  2. What can you do to turn your weaknesses into opportunities?

 (d) Threats

  1. What do you believe are your threats?
  2. What risks are you facing by operating your business and how can you avoid, or work with them without letting them affect your business?

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Note that becoming a successful entrepreneur demands more than wishful thinking. One has to be determined to evaluate how they can improve consistently, what they should let go and the changes that need to happen.  However, all this begins with mindset.
In my transformational coaching sessions, I can help you identify the areas in your inner and outer worlds that need to change, improve or be released. I partner with my clients to help them release anything that could be blocking them from taking action. We work together on developing mindset, and operational strategies for success. After the sessions, clarity, a new sense of direction and enthusiasm are achieved.
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