2016-07-26-About Painful Memories

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Topic: About Painful Memories

Group: 11:11 Progress Group


Teacher: Thought Adjuster

TR: Anyas



Thought Adjuster: “You have been asking Me how to stay strong while processing painful memories. I hear your plea and I understand as I am ever-present in your life. It has been filled with many moments of sadness and you have not allowed yourself to grieve about the pain you felt. You have swept it all under the carpet in order to remain strong and it has not been adequately dealt with.

“Do not worry about your current emotional state. It is a necessary step in the right direction even though you may feel otherwise. When you do office work, you have various filing baskets for incoming and outgoing mail as well as for pending matters.

“Try to look at your emotions in the same manner. You are constantly flooded with new emotions — your very own in-basket. Some of them flow through you as they are supposed to. You witness them like you would follow a fish swimming in the river. You accept them without resisting them and you allow each of them to live the course of their natural life. They naturally move through your emotional in-basket, your pending- and out-baskets.

“However, there are also more complex emotions which you find difficult to process. They seem to be stuck in your ‘pending-matters’ basket. They are trapped in that basket and because they do not feel good, you procrastinate and resist dealing with them. Yet, they are part of your emotional workload and are waiting for their resolution or ‘soul-ution.’

“Making the courageous decision to deal with them is definitely a step in the right direction, even though it may awaken in you many painful memories you had placed in a state of suspended animation — an emotional coma.


“I am with you every step of the way as I want to help you move through your complex emotional maze. I will guide your steps. I will hold your hand. Trust in Me. You are not alone in this. I AM here now.”