The Emotional Release exercise audio is for sale as a stand alone product. It is also part of the Self Mastery 1 course. It is included in session on emotions.
It has significant value as its own process for people struggling with emotions and so I offer it as a stand alone product. People reading my book MindWorks may find it a useful addition to the practices in the book where I have not included much guidance on processing emotions.
For the best long term results the Emotional Release process should be done as part of the Self Mastery course.
Releasing emotions is a guided audio into a breathing practice. You are guided to focus your attention in certain ways to be present with your emotions and allow that emotional energy to move out of your body and nervous system.
There are two audios emphasizing the same practice in slightly different approaches.
This lesson is included in the lesson 09 on emotions as part of the Self Mastery 1 course.
To get access to the course material we need to create an account for you in the Self Mastery Community. If you already have an account there you can log in and add this course under Trainings.
Gary van Warmerdam combines the wisdom spiritual traditions have in eliminating suffering with common sense in a way that is both practical and effective. Gary has studied extensively with best selling author of The Four Agreements, Dr. Miguel Ruiz beginning 1994. He co-developed and taught the Four Agreements Facilitators training at the Omega Institute in Rhinebeck NY and the Crossings in Austin Texas. His teachings are based in universal principles of common sense and unconditional love found in all spiritual traditions. Gary leads several intensive events during the year and coaches individual clients. His book, MindWorks, is available in print and in digital formats in numerous places.
Gary has previous professional experience in sales and management in both small and large businesses. He served as a nuclear trained officer in the US Navy and as officer of the deck of an aircraft carrier. He has a degree in Mechanical Engineering.
Yes. The practice will work with any emotion. The effectiveness of the practice will depend on your ability to focus your attention, be present, follow direction, and calm yourself.
I suggest you practice this method on small emotional reactions first and build some confidence. Then work on emotions as they come up through out the day. This will give you skills with your attention and confidence to take on bigger emotional responses later.
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