Why we accumulate Emotional Pain?
Emotions are natural to all creatures. Every living creature on this planet Earth respond to love. However when we do not seem to have enough of love, we tend to extract more love from the relationship. It could be from another person or even from a pet. This causes us to get attached to the person or pet. Such relationship produce challenges. It is common for all of us to experience attachment and we tolerate them and move on. However, certain attachments pose a greater risk to us causing us to either fight, runaway or compromise. Usually, we like to avoid attachments because of their very nature of clinginess. So, instead of seeking freedom from emotional pain, we choose to tolerate the unpleasantness. We don’t seek freedom from pain until a breaking point arrives in our lives.
Do you know that emotional pain create invisible changes in our body and scar our psyche, sometimes permanently resulting in altered behaviour such as schizophrenia? Greater the intensity of pain, deeper is your feelings of hurt, being let down, betrayed and cheated. By denying these experiences and by constantly ignoring them, you are allowing these emotions and feelings to manifest in the body as tumours and cancers.
Freedom from Emotional Pain
One mustn’t tolerate or deny emotional pain. Physical, mental or emotional pain is an indicator of the body-mind-emotion’s reaching the threshold or inability to withstand further pain. Without allowing the mind to get used to pain, you must resolve the cause of the emotional pain making use of your first available opportunity.
Bhava Vimochana is a psycho-spiritual practice which helps you separate deep seated emotional pains from suppressed and forgotten experiences and retrieve them so that these very emotions are put to use to heal the body and mind. People with symptoms such as cancers, tumours, asthma and several other chronic and acute symptoms find relief after practicing Bhava Vimochana.
What is Bhava Vimochana?
Bhava Vimochana is a mix of practices that include intentional meditations and psycho-spiritual practices. These practices are put to use so that you can access and clear your subconscious inventory of unwanted experiences. The emotions and feelings embedded in these experiences are separated and reclaimed thereby freeing yourself from further pain and suffering.