We've been conditioned to repress our unwanted emotions, teaches Kim Eng. In The Emotional Body, Kim leads us in a guided practice that helps us let go of our ideas about emotions and invites us to feel the natural flow of emotional energy, even as we contemplate the awareness in which all emotions arise and dissipate.
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This session is excerpted from Kim Eng's two-CD audio program Resist Nothing.
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For the student/practitioner of consciousness who is working on pain body transformation, this audiobook offers a superbly transformative opportunity. My experience was as follows: I listened while lying down on a yoga mat in a darkened room. Kim’s narrative gently conveys a tone pf confidence and encouragement in tandem with highly skilled timing. While following the directives, some formerly unavailable feelings came to my consciousness, and with focused mental effort I was able to identify them, i.e., rage, shame, sorrow. I felt releases from the muscles of the lower back, and sensations in the mid spine and in my lower heart (a heart whose emotional energies have been unavailable to me for some years). Tears flowed, silently. Somehow, our older, very intuitive dog, felt this, and she came into the room to comfort me. Immediately afterward and since then, I have felt a little bit like a different person - more inwardly relaxed. I highly recommend this audiobook.
the author - emotional tone and timing are superb
I don't think I could "get" this work from reading a book. Listening to the spoken word from this and prior Eckhart and Kim audiobooks are what made this process available to me.
The thing is, it's more than an insight, it's a transformative process.
Thank you, Kim. Thank you Eckhart.
This is a short yet lovely meditation. I would like to hear a lot more from her. Thank you.
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