Unresolved Emotional Conflicts
Unresolved Emotional Conflicts are Spiritual Barriers.
The influx of a variety of plasma wave infusions entering the planet are surfacing many types of collective race miasmas buried in the human Pain Body. Primarily, this is surfacing in the form of Sexual Misery patterns, sexual distortions, gender issues, abusive issues and relationship problems. All unresolved emotional conflicts are barriers to our spiritual growth and Expanding Consciousness. Thus, these emotional conflicts in our pain body must be willingly dealt with in our relationships, in order to take personal responsibility for our behaviors, attitudes or beliefs. Taking responsibility for our personal issues is the first stage of emotional growth, which leads to spiritual growth. If we continue to blame others for our problems or unhappiness, then we are unable to resolve our emotional conflicts and that blocks spiritual evolution. Therefore, there is a bifurcation split occurring between those people in relationships that are open and willing to resolve emotional conflicts, in order to continue to evolve, and those people who refuse to acknowledge their personal responsibility towards creating emotional conflicts and are blocking their spiritual evolution. This manifests as a massive confusion and explosive pressure on any relationship that has hidden emotional issues, unhealthy or abusive patterns, or unconscious reactions that create tensions in the relationship. We must learn how to be present and self-aware with all interactions in our relationships, especially in our intimate ones, so that we can remove spiritual blockages and continue our emotional growth.
Most dysfunctional emotional patterns are formed early in childhood which manifest into adulthood as the unhealed trauma wounds that we carry around from the False Parent imprints. The False Parent is the confusion a child has developed by believing that our biological Mother or Father Parent should have certain behaviors towards us, such as being unconditionally loving, protecting and nurturing us emotionally. In actuality, it may be that none of these biological or emotional needs were met by the Parental role. Possibly, the Parental role was grossly distorted or abusive in some way. In narcissistic wounding or other forms of abuse suffered in childhood, these same abuse patterns are repeated in our most intimate relationships through adulthood, such as in marriages or living together. Many times we cannot see these dysfunctional patterns playing out from the Family of origin, until our relationship is ready to explode.
Depending on the level of parental dysfunction experienced by the child, concepts of love, sex and emotional needs may be confused with abusive behaviors where personal boundaries are nonexistent. Relationships that are ingrained to be abusive, painful or narcissistic in childhood, are wounds that continue to be carried throughout life experiences, until the emotional conflict is corrected. Without correction of this dysfunction, the digression of the abuse pattern continues to define loving and relating behaviors, and this infects all interpersonal relationships. As long as the dysfunctional pattern continues, the person will feel disconnected, love-less, engaging with sexual misery behaviors, and is unable to communicate emotional needs and enforce personal boundaries of loving behaviors in their relationships. This propagates many unsuccessful and unhappy marriages, and the partners will seek coping mechanisms on the external or the relationship will explode apart entirely.
When strengthening our character, by increasing our tolerance and Compassion for others, we help to develop Emotional Competence, as well as more confidence and Self Esteem. These qualities help us to have a better understanding and interpretation of what is actually happening around us, which increases our accuracy in the Discernment of events. Negative and destructive emotions that are suppressed and hidden greatly cloud our discernment and interpretation of events in our life.
- What emotions can you recognize and describe?
- How well can you interpret what your emotions are telling you?
- How successfully do you respond to emotions in yourself and others?
Without personal goals of desiring to increase our emotional competence and being honest with ourselves, we risk playing out destructive emotions in our self-talk, and when interacting with others. Unfortunately, if we do not heal our negative emotions, we will become prisoners of this inner violence, without understanding why we have been consumed in pain throughout so much of our lives. When we are prisoners of our own Inner Violence, we are in bondage to the negative behaviors that fuel levels of psychosis or neurosis. This unhealed state of inner violence leads to splitting behaviors of the Negative Ego. As a result of the bifurcation, if unhealed inner violence is still present, these uncleared negative energies create a lot of pain and suffering that commonly produce Splitting Behaviors in people. (For more tools see www.emotionalcompetency.com)