Healing Hearts Coaching Certification
- Course Sample
Emotional Patterns can be an indicator of the emotions your clients may be suppressing and are unwilling to accept in themselves. Repressed and suppressed emotions are often found in clients who have had traumatic event(s) in their childhood such as sexual abuse, death of a loved one, physical, emotional abuse and perfect image parenting. Suppressing these emotions may have served them during an impressionable age in their childhood when they were dependent on their caretakers to have their emotional needs to belong, to be loved, and accepted met. They may have criticized by their parents or authority figure and they pushed their feeling Therefore, these unacceptable emotions goes unconscious. Later, when these emotions begin to surface they may excerpt a lot of energy to push the feelings down to avoid the original painful event during their childhood. They may project what they find unacceptable in themselves and point the finger at a person when they see them doing it and criticize them for their behavior.
Expect to see a lot a drama going on with a client who is trying to suppress their feeling and trying really hard to prove they are “not that kind of person.” Yet they are afraid if they really show up as themselves the impact it will have on others.
Healing and integration of these emotions require one to become conscious and willing to see, the gift of the emotions that caused the repress and suppressive reactions when they were young.
The emotions that are most commonly expressed is resentment, regret, anger, grief, fear, and guilt.
Understanding Emotions Sample
Shame is an overall feeling of guilt in who you are. Deep down you feel something is inherently wrong with you and no matter how hard you try you cannot fix the defectiveness. Suppression of shame can lead to body symptoms that include, blushing, social anxiety, agoraphobia (I do not one anyone to see my defectiveness) blood and liver disorders.
Ask yourself the question: How have you been hurt? What do you need in order to move forward?
What needs to be restored: atonement, integrity, self-respect, behavioral change.
Anger comes from experiencing difficulties that you feel too powerless and helpless to find a way out, this helplessness presents itself in attacking other people, God or life. (Woman specifically have trouble with this emotion and will cover it up by playing nice fearful of what others will think of them.) Suppression of anger can lead to body symptoms that include, fever, boils, infections, inflammation, depression, hives, and conditions that emphasize boils, burning, fevers, infections and inflammations.
Ask yourself the question: What must I accept? What boundaries have been violated?
What needs to be restored: intense awareness, boundaries reestablished.
Fear stimulates the fight or flight responses in the adrenal system. It is an overall fear response to preparing oneself for the worst case scenario and not being able to have the means to handle it. Digestion and the immune system as being of less importance during the emergency. Suppression of fear can lead to adrenal fatigue, digestive, gallbladder, stomach issues, immune disorders, intestinal disorders.
Ask yourself the question: What paralyzes you? What healing needs to happen?
What needs to be restored: Healing from trauma, Attention, A need to be heard.
And much more...