When You Don’t Want to Turn Out Like Your Father

Many men lead very similar lives as their fathers—including behavior, belief, and abuse.

We can inherit more than just our looks, dispositions, and belief systems from our parents, we may also take on similar destructive life stories.

For this article, a generational story is a narrative that is repeated by generations within the same family. Most of the time, that recurring story is negative, unfavorable, and harmful.

In my work as a Matrix Reimprinting Practitioner, a type of energy psychology, we come across many people who live out “similar” accounts to what their parents, grandparents, or other past relatives endured.

For example, a child living through abuse probably has a parent who was abused, who had a grandparent or other relative who also lived through similar experiences. A generational abuse story can follow a family for centuries. It may not touch every single member of the family line, but enough are affected that it continues.

“I believe that the basis of most abuse is re-enactment.  Sometimes it’s pretty direct – dad was sexually molested when he was 4 years old and goes on to molest his own child when she reaches that same age.  And who molested dad?  Often the same sorts of abuse get passed down from one generation to the next. Even parents who are able to stop this cycle sometimes subconsciously select a partner who will abuse their children in the same way” says Rob Nelson, Certified Matrix Reimprinting Practitioner and founder of Tapping the Matrix Academy.

Other stories that can be passed down are relationship experiences such as having the “same” marriage situation or outcome as a parent. Other plot lines that seem to repeat through generations are poor lifestyle choices as in a family history of drinking and bad behavior. The unfulfilled dream is also common in many families, with stories passed down of regret and missed chances for reasons such as, “Not for the likes of us” and “Know your place.”

When I asked Rob, “If he found men living out similar stories as their parents or past relatives and what types of stories would those likely be?” He said and confirmed, “Many men lead very similar lives as their fathers. This can show up as abuse, but also as lifestyle issues like workaholism and other addictions, problems with intimacy, rage or depression, expectations for success or failure in the world, templates for how married life should be, and attitudes toward raising children.”

There are several ways in which our generational stories are passed down. One likely reason is through observation and conditioning from an early age. As we watch our parents navigate life, as we are impacted by their treatment of us, we learn from them—adopt similar behavior and core beliefs—the way they did from their parents.

Holding the same beliefs and behavior, it’s likely we will make the same choices in life and thus have a good chance at mimicking their story.

Another possible cause of why a generational story is passed down is through the theory of morphic resonance made popular by Rupert Sheldrake, biologist and author.

“Morphic resonance is a process whereby self-organising systems inherit a memory from previous similar systems. In its most general formulation, morphic resonance means that the so-called laws of nature are more like habits. The hypothesis of morphic resonance also leads to a radically new interpretation of memory storage in the brain and of biological inheritance. Memory need not be stored in material traces inside brains, which are more like TV receivers than video recorders, tuning into influences from the past. And biological inheritance need not all be coded in the genes, or in epigenetic modifications of the genes; much of it depends on morphic resonance from previous members of the species. Thus each individual inherits a collective memory from past members of the species, and also contributes to the collective memory, affecting other members of the species in the future.” Rupert Sheldrake, Morphic Resonance and Morphic Fields – An Introduction

Using morphic resonance theory, this “collective memory” may become the blueprint of a person’s life and if unchecked, this person may go on to repeat the same negative life scenario of their parents and past relatives.

We know generational stories exist because of the common father sentiment, “I just don’t want my son to turn out like me.”  You only need to look at your own family to see if the case is true for you. Does a part of your life mimic your parent or some other past relative in any way?

Interrupt and course correct your life story when you realize you’re repeating a negative generational story.

Your life story has a history. Whether that history goes as far back as what you learned from your parents or further – only you would know. Here is a chance to ask your parents, grandparents, and older relatives about your lineage. Learn what happened to your ancestors. See if there’s a generational story that binds some of you together.

Awareness that you’re living out a “negative generational story,” begins the interruption process. Like a reader who realizes how the book will end—before the story is fully explained—the informed reader now has a choice of closing the book because he knows how it ends or he can continue reading, and in our case, living out the generational story.

Once you interrupt your negative generational life story, you have an opportunity to course correct and create a new narrative. Some who can change and adapt with ease may begin straight away in “changing” how their life is going. For example, these types of people can quit smoking cold turkey and never do it again. They can leave abusive situations and start anew.

Others who need more of a healing process to make life changes may need a therapist that resonates with them to help understand their situation, aid them in making peace with the past, and help them move toward a brighter future.

In the case of abuse, understand that you as a child did not cause the problem. It’s not your fault and it wasn’t your job to prevent or fix it, but as an adult, you can help yourself heal the trauma through therapy.

Whatever healing modality you choose, the objective is to stop the negative generational story from influencing your life further and from being passed on to the next generation. Each time a generational story is healed—using the theory of morphic resonance—the “power” of the story, becomes less. The fewer times the story is repeated in a family, the less potent the story becomes – saving future generations from living through such an ordeal.

If you would like help in healing your negative generational story,  then I would be happy to work together. Let me help you heal your past so you can live the present and future you create for yourself.

You coach,

Jeanne

First published on GoodMenProject.com

How to Find Love at Any Age

Everyone wants and deserves love in their life, but for many it’s a feeling that’s not fully met.

The longing for love can create sadness, insecurities, and unhappiness. These down states of being add stress to life which affect the mind, body, and spirit health.

As people get older and for those who experience a lack of love, they begin to have thoughts such as:

  • When will I find love?
  • Is it too late for me to have love?
  • Who’s going to love me?
  • Will I die alone?

To have love is everyone’s right and so here are practices that will cultivate the beautiful feeling.

10 Ways to Find Love at Any Age

1. Nurture self-love.

Think of self-love as the beautiful home you build inside yourself. You want to build a home that is grounded, stable, comfortable, inviting, and filled with light so that when guests come over, they see and enjoy the beauty that resides within you.

At the core of self-love is compassion for oneself. Be kind and loving to yourself and discover one of the best relationships you’ll ever have.

2. Find a connection with your spirit.

You don’t have to be religious to believe in spirit. Spirit just represents your innate essence.

When you feel connected to this deepest part of you, the more confident you will feel to express intense emotions like love.

3. Practice gratefulness.

When you feel grateful, you also open the gate to deeper feelings such as joy, contentment, and love because they go hand-in-hand.

4. Improve your connection with nature.

Fostering a relationship with nature helps you feel connected to your environment and the world. This will add to your feelings of gratefulness, sense of belonging, and increase your general well-being.

When you feel that you belong to something greater, it’s like learning you have a whole set of loving relatives you’ve never met. When you acknowledge that you are loved and supported by nature, you are freer to give love to nature’s beings—that’s everyone and everything in it.

5. Adopt a pet.

Having a pet will automatically increase the love you feel in your life. You get to practice giving and receiving love each time you hug, caress, and play with them. Pets teach us how to love unconditionally because they accept us—showing love and affection—no matter what mood or state we’re in.

6. Do selfless loving deeds.

To get more love, you must give love. Give love in a way that feels good to you. Do it in a manner that helps others and see how love manifests in your reality tenfold.

Live in a love frequency by constantly sending out love through gratitude, deeds, and good thoughts. Watch how all types of love are then drawn to you.

7. Tend to your family and friends.

When you surround yourself consistently with people who love you, the more you will feel love on a regular basis. Enrich your connections by spending quality time together—sharing in food, laughter, and fun.

8. Put out a love intention.

An intention is a positively stated sentence of something that you want to manifest in your life. Think of it as a type of focused goal.

Write a sentence or an essay describing the type of love you would like to have in your life. From romantic love to loving what you do for a job—define the loving feelings you want to experience—making sure every word you write is positively stated.

It’s been found that writing down your goals aid in achieving them, so why not create a goal for love.

9. Do things that expand your heart, not contract it.

Expanding your heart means behaving in a way that creates good feelings within you, such as joy, excitement, passion, curiosity, and so on. Conversely, doing things that contract your heart means creating situations that make you feel sadness, anger, jealousy, and boredom to name a few.

You could use this idea of heart expansion and contraction on any matter of life. Choose to initiate more heart expansion and experience more love filled moments.

10. Believe that you deserve love.

Our reality is shaped by our perceptions. See yourself worthy of the most genuine kind of love and it will bring you closer to that actuality.

Immerse yourself in love by keeping your friends and family close. Foster love in your life by doing things based on love, serving others, and practicing gratitude. If you surround yourself with love, you will find love at any age and everywhere you turn.

If finding or feeling love is difficult for you, I would like to help. Reasons such as traumatic experiences, bad memories, and negative beliefs can be stopping you from experiencing love. If you would like to fix these issues, then I would be happy to work together.

Your coach,

Jeanne

 

Originally published on InspireYouthful.com

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The Pros and Cons of EFT (emotional freedom techniques)

EFT (emotional freedom techniques) is a self-help tool to deal with emotional problems. EFT was created by Gary Craig and is used by thousands of people to feel better. Watch the video and learn how EFT works.

Quickly, the pros and cons of EFT are:

Pros:

  1. It works super fast.
  2. It’s simple to use – no machines needed.
  3. It’s practical and convenient.
  4. It helps build emotional awareness.
  5. You can do it for free on yourself!

Cons:

  1. If you don’t know how to do EFT well, you may miss out on the benefits.
  2. If you abuse EFT—by using it as a disassociation tool—then you won’t really be solving your problems.

As you can see, there are way more benefits to using EFT so learn today and help yourself feel better!

If you want help learning EFT or you have emotional problems—traumatic experiences, bad memories, and limiting beliefs—that you want to fix, then I would be happy to work together.

Your coach,

Jeanne

Disclaimer:

I am NOT a medical doctor, licensed psychologist, or psychotherapist. I make no claims to diagnose, prescribe, treat, or cure any disease, physical or mental. I offer my services as a self-help educator and ordained minister. Persons with a psychological or physical illness that require a medical doctor, psychologist, or psychotherapist should contact licensed practitioners. EFT and Matrix Reimprinting are not a substitute for professional health care. Information provided on this website is for general education and not intended to replace qualified medical or psychological advice.

If you consent to an EFT & Matrix Reimprinting private or group session you must agree to hold Jeanne Floresca and anyone affiliated with MatrixLoveCoach.com from any claims, liability, or loss incurred directly or indirectly by you as a result of the use, participation, or application of any techniques or methods used in a session.

Why Affirmations Don’t Work for Some Men

Men often add a “tail-ender” to their affirmations that can put an end to positive results.

An affirmation is a positive statement used to encourage and motivate. On any given social media platform, you can find a positive quote or motivational meme inspiring us to dream and reach for a healthier, happier, and more fulfilling life.

Positive affirmations make us feel good and hopeful, but there comes a time when they don’t. They become trite and annoying because we realize they don’t work. Or maybe, we haven’t been doing them right.

Motivational gurus urge us to think positive, say affirmations, and make intentions. This is well and good, but for a lot of men, it’s not enough.

The lack of success some men have from thinking positive, reciting affirmations, and believing in intentions are not because they don’t try hard enough, it’s because they’re not entirely convinced the affirmation is valid—not all the way at least.

For many, the affirmations men say have what’s called a “tail-ender.” A silent self-limiting belief that follows the positive affirmation. This tail-ender is the true affirmation that they believe and unfortunately, repeat in their head.

Do the following exercise. Repeat each positive thought with the conjunction “but” and finish the phrase. Then, pay attention to what you say.

  • I am a good guy but…
  • I am confident but…
  • I’m smart but…
  • I deserve the promotion but…
  • I workout but…
  • I eat healthy but…

Take your favorite affirmation, follow it up with the word “but” and what words do you find yourself speaking after?

If you’re able to add something after you say the “but” conjunction, then that phrase you say is the actual “affirmation” or more appropriately, the self-limiting belief that you believe.

Imagine a guy who wants to lose weight and be healthier. Next, let’s take the popular motivational phrase, “New year, new me.” and pretend that is his mantra—the affirmation he recites to himself—to inspire lifestyle changes. What he doesn’t realize is that when he consciously says, “New year, new me.” his subconscious parrots back, “Yeah right, we’ve heard that before, you’ll never change.”

How successful do you think he will be with his resolution to get healthier when his real belief is, “I’m not capable of change.”

If you wonder why an affirmation has not manifested in your life, it’s because you never really believed it could be true for you.

You have a silent and negative deeper belief that overrides it. Like a trojan horse virus, it takes control and ruins your efforts.

Think of a man who wants to find love. Let’s call him Romeo.

Romeo joins several online dating sites and goes on a few dates. Before each date he pumps himself up with affirmations such as, “I’m a good guy. I’m not bad looking. I’m funny. I can do this.”

Shortly thereafter, as the pressure mounts—Romeo starts feeling nervous and anxious because he has expectations—his tail-enders start rolling in.

  • “I’m a good guy, but I know good guys finish last.”
  • “I’m not bad looking, but I really should lose some weight.”
  • “I’m funny, but I don’t think girls get my jokes.”
  • “I can do this, but I hate feeling rejected.”

With tail-enders such as these—and with life experiences that reinforced these limiting beliefs—how well do you think Romeo is going to perform on his date?

In order for an affirmation to come true, you have to fix and heal the self-limiting thought—the tail-ender—that overpowers the more positive idea you want to adopt.

In the case of our fictitious lover Romeo, he has to remedy why he believes “good guys finish last.” He must heal the beliefs where he thinks he has to look a particular way or be a certain weight in order to receive love.

Here are the possible deeper meanings of Romeo’s tail-enders:

  • “But, I know good guys finish last.” = “I’m hopeless”, “Life is not fair”
  • “But, I really should lose some weight.” = “I’m not good enough”, “I’m unlovable”
  • “But, I don’t think girls get my jokes.” = “I’m flawed”, “People must think well of me”
  • “But, I hate feeling rejected.” = “I can’t do it”, “I’m not capable”, “I’m not good enough”

If your affirmations—the positive thoughts you want to believe about yourself—are not taking hold, it’s because you have these bothersome tail-enders.

Do something about it. Don’t be stuck playing the same tired playlist.

An effective way to fix your tail-ender is to remember where you learned it, heal the trauma or experience that started the thought, and then take steps to accept a new and more empowering belief. Therapy methods that work well at remedying this problem are hypnotherapy, NLP (Neuro-linguistic Programing), EFT (emotional freedom techniques), and Matrix Reimprinting. Heal your tail-enders because affirmations do work if you buy into them fully.

If you have tail-enders that you would like to fix—so that you can live the positive, loving, and abundant life you want—then I would be happy to work together and help you resolve those limiting thoughts once and for all.

You coach,

Jeanne

First published on GoodMenProject.com
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Men Need to Heal Childhood Pain to Find Adult Love and Happiness

We can find more love as adults by healing painful childhood memories that prevent us from fully experiencing love.

Our view of love and life is colored by our past experiences. Those experiences determine how we interact with people—how we perceive their words, body language, and actions towards us. It affects how we see ourselves, relationships, and our ability to receive, give, and experience love.

Traumas that may negatively shape a man’s belief system about love include:

  • If as a boy he experienced some form of abandonment, then he may develop trust issues as an adult.
  • If he didn’t receive love and affection in his formative years, then he may have intimacy blocks later on.
  • If a man was raised to always be self-composed—learning that “boys don’t cry”—then as an adult, he may have a hard time feeling and expressing his emotions.

Life lessons—especially traumatic ones—heavily influence how we behave in life.

Your ability to see, feel, and give love is deeply connected to these experiences. Can you think of past situations that helped form your thoughts and beliefs about love, women, men, commitment, and so on?

For example, did you witness your father treat your mother badly? Are you a child of divorce? Did you lose a loved one at an early age and feel like you never recovered from the loss? Can you see how these experiences may still affect your perception of life and love as an adult?

How would your adult life and outlook on love change if these memories were fully healed?

What if you could change your perspective on a memory—how you remember the event and what you learned from it—so that it no longer impacts your thoughts and actions in a negative way and instead it positively influences your ideas of life and love? When we heal past experiences where we were hurt, we make room in the present for a new narrative to take place—new ideas and beliefs—that can bring about more happiness, fulfillment, and love in our lives.

Using our previous examples, here are new scenarios that can arise from healing the past:

  • A man who was concerned about being abandoned—just as he was in childhood—can come to believe that he’ll never be alone, that he is supported, and that he deserves to be loved.
  • A man who heals his childhood memories—key moments in life where he needed love and attention, but didn’t receive it therefore teaching him his unworthiness—can learn to value himself and believe that he is worthy of an intimate and passionate relationship.
  • A man who was taught not to cry because it was unacceptable—through healing the memories where he needed to express himself, but couldn’t—can learn to trust that showing emotion is natural and beneficial to his well-being and happiness.

For new beliefs such as these to take root, a man must first heal the thing that made him believe the opposite—the painful and sometimes traumatic childhood memories. Otherwise, it’s like repeating positive affirmations such as “I’m a strong and capable person,” while hearing the harsh words of a parent who called us “stupid” in the past in our mind. Our efforts would be useless. The positive affirmation will never be our reality because the limiting belief—that we’re stupid—is still being replayed in our mind.

A man can decide today that he wants to experience more love, but if he has a broken record playing in his mind—hurtful memories that remind him he’s unlovable, unworthy, and / or not good enough—then his effort will be in vain. The life-lessons he learned from those experiences—the beliefs that he’s been playing in his head for most of his life—is much stronger than the new declaration he wishes to adopt. By and large, this is the main reason positive affirmations or resolutions don’t work. A person’s unresolved past experiences will prevent him from creating a better life.

There are several ways to go about healing one’s past such as psychotherapy, hypnotherapy, and Matrix Reimprinting. Choose the method that resonates with you and heal your past—the childhood memories that negatively taint your ideas about life and love—and then adopt new positive beliefs that help you accept that you are deserving of love.

If you have childhood memories that you would like to heal, then I would be happy to work together and help you resolve those problems so you can experience more love and happiness in your life.

Your coach,

Jeanne

First published on The Good Men Project

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Matrix Birth Reimprinting: How Your Birth May Affect Your Life & Love Beliefs

As a Matrix Reimprinting Practitioner, one of the areas of work we do with our clients is healing their birth experience.

We gather much of our beliefs from our past experiences. Our ability to connect, communicate, receive, and give with others stem from what we learned growing up.

In the Matrix Reimprinting work we do, we may go as far back as a person’s birth experience because sometimes that’s where men pick up their negative beliefs about life.

How we come into the world affects how we live in it. Of course, an extension of that is how we love.

Watch the video for examples of how Matrix Birth Reimprinting can help with this type of healing. Matrix Birth Reimprinting which was created by Sharon King, author of Heal Your Birth Heal Your Life.

[EFT and Matrix Reimprinting] is a form of energy psychology where you imagine working with your younger self who experienced trauma to release shock and any negative emotions, beliefs, and recreating a more positive and empowered picture. EFT and Matrix Reimprinting can be used in any traumatic experience to help you to move forward in life and release trauma. The Matrix Birth Reimprinting focus on healing the time we are in utero and birth and very early childhood.” – Sharon King author of Heal Your Birth, Heal Your Life

If you need help healing your birth experience—because of the limiting beliefs you may have learned from it—then I would be happy to work together.

Your coach,

Jeanne

Disclaimer:

I am NOT a medical doctor, licensed psychologist, or psychotherapist. I make no claims to diagnose, prescribe, treat, or cure any disease, physical or mental. I offer my services as a life-coach and ordained minister. Persons with psychological or physical illness that require a medical doctor, psychologist, or psychotherapist should contact licensed practitioners. EFT and Matrix Reimprinting are not a substitute for professional health care. Information provided in this website is for general education and not intended to replace qualified medical or psychological advice.

If you consent to an EFT & Matrix Reimprinting private or group session you must agree to hold Jeanne Floresca and anyone affiliated with MatrixLoveCoach.com from any claims, liability, or loss incurred directly or indirectly by you as a result of the use, participation, or application of any techniques or methods used in a session.

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Feeling Bad About Your Looks and All the Male Beauty Propaganda?

Feeling bad about how you look? Do you feel pressure to look like the men you see on magazines? If so, then you are a victim of male beauty propaganda.

Male beauty propaganda is just like female beauty propaganda and it’s the campaign to promote one look that is unattainable by most people.

For men, it’s about having 6-pack abs and a ultra-manicured, bearded face (at the moment).

If you feel pressure to look this way, if you’re stressed trying so hard to be perfect, or if you believe that without “good-looks” your life won’t be meaningful, you won’t be happy, and you won’t be able to find love—then watch our video that shows you how to deal and heal the problems of trying to attain the media’s version of the perfect male look.

In the video I go in detail about the 4 ways to deal with male beauty propaganda which are:

  1. Stop looking at these particular images.
  2. Heal the bad memories that caused your self-image insecurities in the first place.
  3. Foster new beliefs that boost your self-confidence and self-esteem.
  4. Do activities that make you feel good that having nothing to do with how you look.

You were not boring feeling inferior in any way. You learned these negative self beliefs—the beliefs that have you thinking wrong about yourself—that you need to look a certain way or be perfect in order to be happy and find love.

It’s time to fix that.

Stop letting media dictate how you feel about yourself. Heal yourself.

If you need help healing your negative self-beliefs, bad memories, and social programming that has you  messed up in the head—preventing you from loving yourself and attracting more love in your life—then I would be happy to work together.

Your coach,

Jeanne

Disclaimer:

I am NOT a medical doctor, licensed psychologist, or psychotherapist. I make no claims to diagnose, prescribe, treat, or cure any disease, physical or mental. I offer my services as a life-coach and ordained minister. Persons with psychological or physical illness that require a medical doctor, psychologist, or psychotherapist should contact licensed practitioners. EFT and Matrix Reimprinting are not a substitute for professional health care. Information provided in this website is for general education and not intended to replace qualified medical or psychological advice.

If you consent to an EFT & Matrix Reimprinting private or group session you must agree to hold Jeanne Floresca and anyone affiliated with MatrixLoveCoach.com from any claims, liability, or loss incurred directly or indirectly by you as a result of the use, participation, or application of any techniques or methods used in a session.

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Heal What Changed You Through EFT & Matrix Reimprinting

In my welcome video I state,

“It’s not about changing who you are, but healing what changed you.”

This is the premise of my work — that through healing the self, we can find more love.

It’s through our life experiences that we learn how to be who we are. The lessons we learn in childhood become the “glasses” in which we see the world. And if our glasses are tainted with bad memories—such as abuse, neglect, divorce, pain, loss, and so on—then how we perceive our reality will be tainted as well.

Listen to the video blog to learn examples of what I mean and how to help this situation through EFT & Matrix Reimprinting.

“From personal experience, EFT is the fastest way to deal with emotional problems and Matrix Reimprinting is the most effective way to heal them.”

If you need help healing your bad memories that prevent you from experiencing love, then I would be happy to work together.

Your coach,

Jeanne

Disclaimer:

I am NOT a medical doctor, licensed psychologist, or psychotherapist. I make no claims to diagnose, prescribe, treat, or cure any disease, physical or mental. I offer my services as a life-coach and ordained minister. Persons with psychological or physical illness that require a medical doctor, psychologist, or psychotherapist should contact licensed practitioners. EFT and Matrix Reimprinting are not a substitute for professional health care. Information provided in this website is for general education and not intended to replace qualified medical or psychological advice.

If you consent to an EFT & Matrix Reimprinting private or group session you must agree to hold Jeanne Floresca and anyone affiliated with MatrixLoveCoach.com from any claims, liability, or loss incurred directly or indirectly by you as a result of the use, participation, or application of any techniques or methods used in a session.

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How to “Feel Your Feelings” Using EFT

Feel your feelings because it will help you create a more meaningful life. Being able to feel your feelings deeply will help you experience more joy and love while experiencing the more difficult feelings will help you grow as a person.

Watch the video for more insight and here is a breakdown of the EFT technique I spoke about.

Click here to learn more about EFT.

Chasing the Feeling and Surrendering through EFT

(“Chasing the Feeling” is an adaptation of “Chasing the Pain” of EFT)

The Goal of this Exercise is to:

  1. To get in touch with your feelings
  2. To feel your feelings more deeply and relate them to your body
  3. To connect these feelings with past memories (where you first learned to feel this way or learned to stop feeling this way)

The Exercise:

  1. Find a quiet place where you can feel comfortable and relaxed
  2. Begin with tapping on your collar bone and taking a few deep breaths
  3. Describing the situation and the feelings you think you’re having
    • Speak out loud to articulate your thoughts and clarify your feelings
  4. Ask yourself “Where are you feeling this in your body?”
  5. Describe the “look and feel” of the feeling in your body (watch example on the video)
    • This aspect helps you to embody the feelings — to become aware that these feelings are happening within your body (not just in your mind)
    • During this time images and memories may come up — pay attention tho this because there is a connection
  6. Surrender to the emotions your feeling
    • Surrendering is a “giving-in” act — you willingly let yourself feel the feelings as deep as you can
    • More images and stronger emotions may arise because of this — make note
  7. The exercise is done when you are all “tapped-out” — when you have nothing more to say or that your feelings have subsided in some way

If you need help in feeling your feelings or to heal and make better the emotions or memories that have come up for you during the exercise, I would be happy to work together.

Your coach,

Jeanne

Disclaimer:

I am NOT a medical doctor, licensed psychologist, or psychotherapist. I make no claims to diagnose, prescribe, treat, or cure any disease, physical or mental. I offer my services as a life-coach and ordained minister. Persons with psychological or physical illness that require a medical doctor, psychologist, or psychotherapist should contact licensed practitioners. EFT and Matrix Reimprinting are not a substitute for professional health care. Information provided in this website is for general education and not intended to replace qualified medical or psychological advice.

If you consent to an EFT & Matrix Reimprinting private or group session you must agree to hold Jeanne Floresca and anyone affiliated with MatrixLoveCoach.com from any claims, liability, or loss incurred directly or indirectly by you as a result of the use, participation, or application of any techniques or methods used in a session.