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Want to Do Some Digging?

Angie Monko - Friday, October 11, 2013
Do you feel like digging? 

No, I don't mean digging in the sand at the beach.  I wish it were that easy! 
I mean digging into your subconscious, into the depths of your past. If you're
like most humans, the most likely answer is an emphatic NO!  Lately, a lot of
people have been saying to me, "I'm afraid of what I might find!" Buried deep
in the subconscious are many unknown images and memories that most of us,
on first thought, would say, "Just leave it alone.  What I don't know can't hurt me." 
Or can it? I talked about The Healing Code in my last newsletter.

It's an energy technique that allows one to clear out and heal destructive cellular
memories, unhealthy beliefs, known and unknown negative images, and all physical
issues related to the traumatic events in our life, by healing our heart issues.
Since I started doing The Healing Code 3X daily for two weeks now, it's brought
up two major memories that I'd not been conscious of.  I had no idea how much those
memories defined me or were holding me back. I only knew that, when stressful
situations occurred, I would retreat to a feeling of overwhelm and fear. 

You may say, "Well doesn't everyone feel that way when they get stressed out?"
No they don't.  Let me be clear.  Not everyone responds with fight or flight when
seemingly stressful situations occur.  They remain calm and have faith all will
work out.  How is this possible?  They have healed their past, and the traumatic
childhood or later events no longer rule their life. In a sense, we have the odds
stacked against us as far as trying to change, but it is possible.  On the one hand,
we have our ego (conscious mind) that wants us to remain right and in control and
in denial, "Oh I am just FINE (Feelings I'm Not Expressing)."  And on the other hand,
we have our subconscious mind that wants to keep the traumatic memory hidden
from us so that we don't repeat the painful experience.

So what can we do?  Well we can begin to appreciate our emotions and how they
are here to guide us.  Our feelings are our guideposts.  A friend told me today that
she is feeling intensely after doing the code, but she is not suffering.  I loved the
distinction! I'm not positive how she distinguishes feeling negative emotion from
suffering, but this is how I do.  When we allow ourselves to feel pain, without identifying
with it, it no longer controls us.  We become the observers of that pain. When we suffer,
we identify with the source of our pain; WE are the problem, WE are the pain. 

When we suffer, there is a lot of shame around WHO we are.  Make sense? Sometimes,
if we've done a lot of inner work in our lifetime, we expect ourselves to be above feeling bad.
But we are human and this isn't realistic.  Feeling pain is part of life.  We can still retain our
Soul Essence, our Joy, and not feel happy.  To me, Feeling Negative Emotion versus
Suffering is similar to Feeling Happy versus Being Joy. In the latter case, I
want to identify
with Joy, but I merely want to observe myself as feeling happy. 
I don't want to identify AS Suffering, but I merely want to observe my negative emotion.

I guess it comes down to this:  I don't want to attach to my feelings or identify with them,
good or bad; I just want to observe them.

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God Bless,

Angie Monko
314-422-6520
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