227 Transcript: Uncovering Hidden Complexities – Insights to Break Free and Heal

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Welcome to Heal Yourself, Change Your Life. My name is Brandy Gillmore and after recovering from my own life changing injury, it's become my mission to share with others the same discoveries I made that changed my health and my entire life. Our minds are truly incredible. The placebo is proof of this.

Each week, I will take this simple awareness to a whole new level. I will even coach live callers to free themselves of physical pain using only their mind. And then I'll provide you with a combination of practical and spiritual insights that you can use. To master your mind, your emotions, and your energy to help you heal your health, yourself, and your life.

Let's begin.

Hello and welcome. It is so wonderful to connect with you. I just love that you are here continuing to expand your mind, your energy, your consciousness, your healing. I just love it. And you'll always hear me say so many times that one of the things that I really love about these episodes and working with people.

On these episodes is that there are so many different unique insights that surface, they can help you gain even more clarity about the power of the mind and healing and how it works. And this is so true with today's episode. There are just some complexities that come up that are often overlooked. And so I love that about today's episode.

Now, one of the things that is a complexity that is. Commonly overlooked is the awareness that there are emotions in perception even when we don't realize it. And I want to give you an example to illustrate this just because there's depth to this awareness. And so a simple example is this, is that, you know, I work with people with all different types of things regarding mindset.

So some cases, a lot of times I'm working with health and showing people how to get radical results. And I'll also help people to change their mindset, to manifest and create even more love and close relationships in their lives or even with business. Because the reality is that everything that we do in every area of our lives, is of course impacted by our mindset.

You know, all the time you'll hear me use the example, the unfortunate example of the woman with the abusive father who leaves him and finds the abusive boyfriend, boss, spouse, et cetera, et cetera, you know, that pattern can continue. And so point being is that these patterns can show up in a variety of different ways and impact every area of our lives and our happiness.

And so recently I was working with a client who has a very large company. And he had this pattern of feeling as though others took advantage of him and just took things from him and that it wasn't fair. And he'd had this pattern throughout his life. In fact, it even started at a very young age with his mother.

And he'd felt this way, and then he also felt this way from ex relationships and in business partnerships and, um, a past employee. And so it had been, you know, a theme that he had felt over and over and over again. And so. Again, but in this situation, he said, I don't have any emotion about it at all. It's just a fact, but I've let go of all this emotion.

And so what I said to him is I said, okay, well, I want you to look at it in a different way for a moment. I want you to think about that past business partnership, and I want you to take in the awareness. That at the end of the day, you made millions off of that business partnership. You made a ton of money, and you made a lot more from that business partnership than he did, than, you know, his past business partner.

And that it has exponentially fueled your life, your relationships, your partnerships, your business, all of these things. And so, my client that I was working with started looking at it in this new way. And I said, okay, I said to him, I said, so how do you feel now? And he says, wow, that is a completely different perspective that I didn't even see before.

But now I feel radically different about the situation. And so, what I want you to notice from this is just the awareness that he felt radically different and his first wording that he had said repeatedly, he said, I don't have any emotion towards these past circumstances, they're just a fact. And my point is exactly that, is that all of the time, people forget that perception has emotion to it.

And so they look at something, and then they say, well, I've let all the emotion go, but it is just a fact. However, if the fact was different, or the perspective was different, then the emotions would also be different. And so that is one of the insights from this episode and just something that I want to highlight that people overlook all of the time.

And so here they are trying to heal themselves, change their life, change patterns, and they don't realize that they still have the emotions that are there because that perspective still remains in their mindset. Now, I mentioned that this episode that there were multiple complexities that were really highlighted in this episode and And that is one of them.

There are, of course, others. And so I'm going to point out different things as we go, but that is something that you'll notice as we delve in and our volunteer starts to then look at things and gain a new awareness. In a different way. So there are multiple insights and complexities in this episode, which I'll point out along the way.

Also, you're absolutely going to love our volunteer today. Her name is Janine and she's just, she's such a sweetheart. You'll love her heart. You'll love her laugh. She's just, she's beautiful. And so on that note. Let's go ahead and dive in with our beautiful volunteer, Janine. Here we go.

Hello? Yes, thank you so much for talking to me. Thank you so very much. Absolutely. It's wonderful to connect with you, beautiful. It's wonderful to connect with you. What can I help you with today? Um, I've been writing back and forth about, uh, my periods. Uh, overall my life is fantastic. Um, it's just, I feel sometimes like a princess in a fairy tale that was put under a curse by an evil witch when she was very young.

And a certain amount of time she gets to be tortured and then she can go back to her real life. Okay. . Yeah, . Okay. So basically the torture is, the torture part is not fun, but the rest of it sounds amazing. So I, so I love that. And, um, all right. So, and you said you've been writing back and forth, I assume that means you were checking in with my team.

Is that, is that Yes, yes, yes, yes. Just wanted to, to make sure that you're willing to work with me and yeah. Thank you so much for taking me on. Perfect, perfect. I, you know, I have to say I have the best team. They take care of everything for me. So I, I'm grateful and I'm glad you're here and it's wonderful to connect with you.

And are you on your cycle now? Yes, it just started so it's not very bad yet, but yeah, it affects several different, several different aspects of life. Okay, and so you said not very bad yet if I ask you as far as symptoms if I ask you if you're experiencing any symptoms currently. A little bit of pain, but not hardly any, but mostly it's emotionally, I feel very down and drained which is not part of my normal life and a bit of brain fog.

I feel like I'm kind of at 20 percent capacity and Weak, like it's hard to climb stairs or anything like that. Okay, and uh, level of feeling weak, zero to ten, what level would you give it for you? Higher being more weak, or lower being, higher being more weak? Um, right now, like I said, it's just starting, so not so bad.

I would say, uh, maybe a five. Okay, and uh, and as far as discomfort, you said the pain is not bad yet. Um, what is the level of pain? I would say a one. Okay, where is that located? The womb area. Okay, so give me one second. Let me just kind of feel in One second, and if I ask you in the future, do you want children?

No, never. Mm hmm And so I'm gonna ask you just for a moment to breathe. Mm hmm And if I ask you to notice there's a part of you who feels like you may have bingo like lost your temper in the past, um, and got upset. Can you see that? I mean, yeah, I think everybody has it. I'm happy to go with it. It doesn't feel like the biggest thing right now, but I'm happy to go with that.

Okay, great, great, great. Uh, so I'm gonna ask you just for a moment to breathe, and bingo. And if I ask you how much there's a part of you who was Uh, very guilty, feeling very bad and hard on yourself. If I ask you 0 to 10, what level would you give that? I would say that in the past, a 10, but that's something that I've been working on so much and actually thanks to things that I've been listening to on your podcast, I feel that I've been able to release the feelings of self hatred to the point where I look inside and I Don't find it.

It's gone. Okay, so so I love That and if I look as far as self love and loving self and feeling really good Like I feel this, uh, this glowing inside of you, which is really really really beautiful. So I love that and also there's a feeling of feeling like so this is this is there's a feeling of feeling like And i'll mirror it to you if I told you that I got like upset And that I felt like now I didn't trust myself to not get upset Like I lost trust for myself because I got upset at some point.

Okay. Can you find that feeling? I'm trying to. It's not coming up right away. Okay. I know that I've definitely not trusted myself in the past, but I feel I'm pretty good at trusting myself now. Okay. So, uh, so I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe. Now, this is what's really great. So, notice how, as we're stepping in, these things, like, you're, you're noticing them, you're seeing them, and you felt them in the past, but you don't feel them now, right?

Now, thing of it is, so kind of like this, okay, so if I ask you how much you can find the feeling that in your past, you used to really, actually be a Um, a monkey. How much can you find that feeling that you used to be a monkey five years, ten years, twenty years ago in your past? How much can you find that feeling?

No, zero. Okay. So if I ask you how much can you find the feeling of feeling like in the past you had a loss of dis loss of trust for self? and that you got angry or upset and that you had that feeling of loss of trust for self. If I ask you how much you can find that in the last 10, 20, 30 years, how much would you say that is?

Logically, I know it was there. I remember what it was like, but I don't have that feeling anymore. So what I would say is this. So, notice how each person that I work with, like, whatever comes, like, there's always something that comes up, right? And even a couple weeks ago, if you heard me working with somebody where she said, no, that feeling, it's gone, and then we started looking in her past and it was there, and then when we shifted it, her pain left.

Right? Okay. Okay, so, um. Yeah, maybe it's there and I'm not seeing it. I'm happy to go with it. Um, it's like, it's like putting layers on something. So it's like if there's, let's say somebody spent a lot of time positive thinking, and so they put a lot of layers on it, or it feels like, um, it feels like layers and layers and layers on top of it, without it being removed, is the feeling that I feel.

I feel that at a level eight. So let's do this. So let's, let's do this for a moment. So I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe. And I'm going to ask you to take in the feeling that of course you trust yourself, that obviously, obviously you trust yourself a hundred percent. Of course. And even next week and the week after that, and the week after, like, of course you trust yourself.

Right. And can you say, obviously, obviously, obviously, what's that? Obviously I trust myself. Obviously. Right. Of course you do. Right. Definitely. So, I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe, and I'm going to ask you to take that in even stronger, the feeling of, of course you trust yourself, obviously, right?

Obviously I trust myself. I make What's that? Obviously I trust myself. I make good choices. I live to the best of my ability. Great. So, I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe. And I'm going to ask you to take in that feeling that obviously you trust yourself around people, you trust yourself in relationships, you trust yourself not to get really upset in relationships, blah blah, like you absolutely trust yourself in relationships, in connection with people, you, of course, you trust yourself, right?

Yes. Okay, so I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe.

All right, so let's go ahead and pause it just for a quick moment. You know, I want to point something out to you, which you may or may not have noticed yet. But what you'll notice throughout is that she maintains a very chill attitude, for the most part. Even when I'm saying things like, right, you know, obviously, right.

Obviously where I'm, I'm pushing to have her experience some type of emotion. And I'm wanting to, even I'm speaking to her in an emotional state to say, you know, because I want to help her connect with her emotions. And I also want her to then create an emotional shift. And so that's the insight that I want to point out in this moment is a few things.

First and foremost, you can see that she's very even keel on top. So no highs, no energy, no, like there's not, it's not energized a lot. Now the reason that I bring that and point that out is because For you to get real results, you're going to need to connect with your emotions. Also, by the way, this would have been me during my injury and prior to working with the mind, I would have done the same thing.

Very even, I was really, really good at suppressing. Emotions. And so I was just, it was just like this even chill all of the time. But what you'll want to remember is that for you to be able to create a real shift, you've got to access the emotions and you've got to really feel differently. Now, what is fun is coming up is there is a point when she asks.

And this is near the end, but there's a point that she asks, okay, can you really help me shift this? In which case we amp up the emotions even more. And you'll notice that there's a significant difference and that that's when she creates a radical shift. So that is coming up, but just something to notice in your own life that.

Creating a real positive shift, a real shift when you're really feeling that change is key. And that's the reason you'll notice that many times I'll push a bit, you know, just where I ask somebody when they go to change, you know, obviously I'll have them repeat something with even more intensity, or I'll push them to just really be willing to create that shift.

So, they feel differently and that, of course, is going to be key to getting results and you'll notice that coming up later in the session. All right. So, that said, let's go ahead and dive back in with our beautiful volunteer, Janine. Here we go.

Now, if I ask you zero to ten, how much you would say that you have a feeling of fear or kind of wanting to run from relationships, what would you say? Not anymore. I'm actually in an absolutely amazing relationship right now. We've been together for two years and I couldn't be happier. But I was always running from that type of connection before.

There we go. Great. So I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe. And I want you to notice, so this pattern started at age, age 7, Bingo, can you see that? Which pattern specifically? Um, there's a feeling of wanting to run from getting your feelings hurt, um, it feels like it was, Bingo, it feels like maybe your mom, can you give me your mom's first initial please?

Jay. Actually, can you give me your dad's first initials? Also, Jay. Bingo. So there's a feeling of feeling, um, kind of, uh, hurt and wanting to run from him and hurt, um, at a young age. Can you see that? Yes. Uh, I don't know if it's exactly at age seven, but yeah. Great. So I love your awareness. I love your awareness.

So I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe. Okay, now when you felt hurt by him, and you felt hurt, if I ask you how much there was a part of you that wanted to just run away, how much would you say that is? Yeah, I actually did run away as a little kid a few times. Okay, there we go. So I love that you're seeing it.

Great, great, great, great, great. Now As far as the menstrual and all of these things, this is exactly what it has to do with. Is the running away feeling, is this pattern, um, in your subconscious mind, and this pattern of feeling hurt, feeling hurt by your dad wanting to run away, and it's also the feeling of feeling like getting upset in a relationship, and it's, it's all connected.

Like, oh, I'm getting upset, I'm running away, I'm up, and I'm losing trust for self. So these are all And I love that you can see the pattern of running away as a kid. So, great self awareness. So, I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe. Now, can you see the part of you who also kind of felt a sense of, let's say, kind of like a sense of pride, or like it was cool to run away at such a young age.

Can you see that? Yeah, probably a little bit. I love your self awareness. So I'm gonna ask you just for a moment to breathe, and as far as this story of running away, would you be able to release it? I, I, I'm sure, probably, uh, how do you suggest? Okay, um, if you would be willing to, so all I'm asking you now is being willing to.

For sure. Okay, now, by the way, if I ask you, there's a feeling of liking to get distanced from home, or distanced from family, like distanced, away from, uh, it's like there's a part of your energy that just wants to keep, that feels like it's still running, that wants to just get away from, Home. Are you familiar with that?

Yes, uh, I would say that when I'm at home I feel a big sense of responsibility and a bit of dread. I travel a lot and I really enjoy traveling. I wouldn't necessarily call my traveling running away, but I'm open to the possibility that maybe it's something that I'm not seeing. But it is true, yes, I feel often relief when I'm away from home.

Okay, great, great, great. So, interestingly, this is part of that same pattern. of running away as a child? Okay. Um, and I wouldn't say as, yeah, as far as, um, let me see, being, it feels like around age 14 there was a feeling of run, like that's when it feels like the running away started. Um, but there, there's been that feeling of just wanting to get away from it, get away from the, uh, get a, get away, run away from it.

So it's part of that same pattern. Um, can you see how that's been a big influence on your life? I guess I'm a bit surprised because I would have expected. Something else, uh, I don't really see the running away bits as a kid as that big of a deal. Most kids, uh, run away at some point, but like, maybe there's something that I'm not.

I'm going to give you a huge insight regarding mind programming. You ready? Yes, please. So, emotion patterned ways of thinking are not only charged ways of thinking. Meaning this. Meaning that Typically, somebody who has an abandonment pattern that has been very painful, very painful, they may also casually say something like, Oh my gosh.

If I don't get in the car, my husband's gonna leave me. Ha ha, I better go. And so they have a joking side of the same pattern because it's a patterned way of thinking and feeling and sometimes it hurts and sometimes it doesn't. Does that make sense? So, there's a feeling of, of pattern of wanting to get away from it all.

Like, 0 to 10, a level 50. Like, there's, you mentioned you travel a lot. If I ask you, would you say you travel a lot more than the average person? Yes. Okay. And would you say that when you're home, you feel like, oh, responsibility, I just want to get away.

Not always. Like, I was back home recently and definitely felt the weight of responsibility, but it felt very good to be back and, and also very good to go back to traveling. Okay. So, another insight. Ready? So, if I told you, have you ever heard of somebody who loves somebody and they're also feeling very hurt or resentful towards the person but they also really, really, really, really love the person but they also feel hurt at the same time?

Yes, of course. Okay. So, we can have absolute mixed emotions, right? Mm hmm. So a few things. So just because you have a great time being there doesn't also mean that there's not a part of you that says, I'm so ready to just get away from it all and go. Does that make sense? I'm curious, does this necessarily have to do with family or with the concept of home?

Um, I would say it has to do a few things. There's a feeling, one is feeling confined, is one. Okay. Um, hurt. Um, is another from Dad, so that's where the pattern started. Um, I would also say there's a feeling of, of like blissful escapism. Um, bingo. And, um, give me one second. Bingo. There's a fourth one I'm looking for and give me one second.

Uh, when you went to run away, uh, it's almost like your friend at the time thought it was really, really cool, and so there's also this feeling of cool factor, like, to, to run away, to get away, it's like the coolest thing ever type of feeling. And so there's like this coolness factor that's also attached to it, like, let me just, so it's like, it's kind of like if I said, like some people, for, for example.

Some people might say surfing is the coolest thing in the world, and other people might say, you know, having their own business, or somebody might say, um, skiing is so cool, or football is so cool, and yours is like, running away from it all is so cool, and there's that pattern that started with that runaway pattern as a child.

Um, uh, so that, that's the link. So there's multiple pieces to it. Does that make sense? Okay. Okay, so under the feeling, okay, so let's, let's go here. So if I ask you in a relationship, when you've been hurt before in a relationship, have you ever as a reactive response said, well, I'm just going to travel, I'm just going to leave, I'm just going to go?

Have you ever said that before? Not exactly, like I've, I have a very strong feeling against ghosting, uh, that's not something that I would have No, no, we're not talking about ghosting. Ghosting is a completely different thing, so, not ghosting, not, not, there's Yeah, and not ghosting. But I've also never been the kind to, like, abandon my responsibilities or to abandon someone.

Okay. Now notice for a moment, notice, notice for a second, okay? So imagine if I'm in a relationship and it's not going well and I say, you know what, that's it. We're done, and I'm just gonna leave. That doesn't mean I've ghosted. That means I could still even say, you know what, this is too much, I'm just, I'm just gonna leave.

That doesn't mean I've ghosted, it doesn't mean I've left my responsibilities. It's just a reactive nature. Does that make sense? I'm not really seeing it in myself. Okay, so this is what's great. Let's go there. Maybe I'm just not very aware. Well, this is what's great. You can see the pattern of running away, right?

I'm not sure if I can. It's something that happened a couple of times. I'm thinking now one time when I was 18 that I planned a trip and didn't tell any of my friends. Okay, so I have a question for you. Yes. Okay. How many 18 year olds plan a trip and don't tell any of their friends that they're leaving?

I guess that is pretty unusual. Ah, bingo. Part of the same thing. And I was very hurt with them at the time. For sure. Bingo. Love your awareness. Mm-Hmm. . Love your awareness. Okay. Company. Yeah. This is the thing real quick. Okay, so watch this. How many you, how many past episodes have you listened to on the podcast?

I don't know. Maybe 40. Okay. And how many have we talked about running away and, and that being the core thing? Uh, none that I've heard so far. Yep. None. And you can see how. Like you're feeling hurt from friends and you say, okay, hey, I'm gonna go in which is exactly what I was talking about When I asked you in a relationship, have you ever felt upset and you left and you said well I've never ghosted and I've never left relationships or never left responsibilities And I said no as a reaction to hurt.

Have you ever done that? You said no But then you just described how you were hurt from your friends. And so you made a trip And you left without telling them, right? So in other words, you said no to the very thing that you then just described in a completely different sentence, the exact same thing.

Does that make sense? Could this be, be connected? Maybe it's just that I, that I can understand it in different words. Could this be along the lines of when I'm hurt or angry that I feel the need to withdraw from people? Is, is that kind of what you're talking about? Like would that also count as running away?

We could call it that. Or we could call it, Yeah. Exactly what you just mentioned at 18, when you were feeling hurt with your friends and then you scheduled a trip to then leave? Well, it wasn't to hurt them. It was just that I wanted to leave and I didn't really want to include anybody. Bingo. Yes. Because there is something that I can find, still.

Okay. Which is? And that is that, yes, when I'm feeling hurt or angry or something like that, I, and possibly this connects with what you were saying about not trusting myself, is I don't want my reactions or emotions to cause harm or to make somebody uncomfortable, and so I always try to remove myself. I either lock myself in my room or I, you know, I take some distance.

In a way, I feel like I'm hiding because I don't want the other person to see me crying or to see me break down. Uh, so I have always tried to hide, hurt and anger from other people. Could that be, so let's just what you mean? Let's just go ahead with that. But there is, I, I would say a perfect example of the pattern is, as you mentioned with your friends when you felt hurt and so you scheduled a trip and just went ahead and left and you didn't want them to go with you.

I would say bingo there that, so I love that you see that and that. is the pattern, okay? So, um, so give me one second. The other, so the other part of the pattern is also with your father, uh, that feeling of feeling hurt and it's kind of like I'll show you, I'll just leave, um, so there can be an I'll show you type of pattern in it as well and so, so it's connected with that.

Um, give me one second. Okay, so let's go here. So let me, um, I'm trying, basically what's taking me a second is I'm trying to think about what you could see the clearest. Okay. So, uh, so what's the easiest for you to see? Uh, it feels like there is a, a friend that you're still kind of, uh, running from in some way.

And I would say this has been about, about seven years ago. Uh, so it feels like, it actually feels like two thousand. Bingo. Like 2017? Um, bingo. Like, ish? Uh, do you know who that might be? Probably, yeah. Bingo. Can you give me that person's initial? A. Bingo! Thank you. There we go. Okay, I've been trying to get rid of him, to get him out of my mind, uh, for a long time, and yeah, have still, have made a lot of progress, but not fully.

What can I do? So that is the pattern also with your dad.

All right. So let's go ahead and actually pause the session right here, just because in the very beginning, I mentioned that there were a lot of complexities and powerful insights in this session. And they're so easy. To overlook. And so for that reason, I actually want to bring some of them to the surface so you can see them with even more clarity, because the key to getting real results is really understanding the mind and emotions at a much, much, much deeper level.

Like the details are so important and that's true with anything. I mean, if you're working on computer programming, The details are important. If you're a musician, the details between a B sharp and B flat are important. If you're an architect, the details are important. And so whatever you're doing in life, working on a computer, the details are important for you to be successful at anything.

And the same is true with mind body healing is that the more you understand the details, the easier it is to get results. And so I want to highlight three Really simple, but very profound insights that are key for healing. Now the first one is this is notice as we were talking throughout the session and we've been talking about these patterns, notice that she's been able to see them.

So the one of running away, she's been able to see that or even the feeling of not trusting self. And she says, well, you know, I dealt with that or even the feeling of losing your temper and feeling that. Now, If you think about it for a moment, so number one is this, is that notice we came to a situation that is in this pattern that she is excited to get rid of, which is great because she can see that there's energy around it.

And that's wonderful. And, I want to remind you that it is key to get results, we must address the pattern. And the easiest way to think of it is like this, is that if you imagine somebody who is having panic attacks all the time, and there are ten things that they have panic energy about, but they clean up two of them, well, there's still eight of them that are going on.

And so what happens is, of course, that can still affect their health. Or, if the pattern is still there, it can show up, you know, in other ways. Just like the example we used at the very beginning, that unfortunately a woman can have an abusive father, and leave him, and find the abusive boyfriend, boss, spouse, etc, etc.

You know, that pattern can continue. And, when we have patterned ways of thinking and feeling, That is important for healing. That is the key. And so again, notice that she was very excited about clearing this one situation. However, the pattern is most important and most people are like that. They don't realize that it's part of a pattern.

I didn't prior to understanding how to heal. I would have never really saw the awareness of the pattern and that's the reason that I want to point it out. You know, it's not just our volunteer Janine who's not Seeing it or aware of the impact of patterns, you know, most people are not really aware of patterns at the level that is needed to be able to get radical results.

And so that is number one. Now, number two is this, is that as you may recall when I was talking to her about the feeling of losing her temper, she said something to the effect of, well, doesn't everybody? Hasn't everybody done that before? And that's another key insight that you'll want to keep in mind.

First and foremost, yes, absolutely. A lot of people have, and there are a few things that you want to think about with this is that first and foremost, there are a lot of people who have some type of health issue. In fact, the majority of people have some type of health issue or chronic pain or some type of ailment or prescription or whatnot.

So most people do. So you won't want to think to yourself, well, doesn't everybody do that and make your emotions okay? Because again, a lot of people are ill. Now, additionally, there's another thing to keep in mind, and it's this, it's that the A combination of emotions really does matter a lot. So that is key.

And that is something that I'm always looking at when I help people to get results. And the analogy that you'll hear me use all of the time is this, is that we can see that there can be somebody who has PTSD, who's been through extreme trauma, unfortunately, who is not physically sick. However, we can see that there can be people who have much less trauma, who have severe or even life threatening illnesses.

My point from this is that there are key awarenesses. Again, going back to the the key that there's depth. The details are so important and the combination is important. And so the analogy that you hear me use all of the time is that if somebody has flour, They can't make cake, but if they have flour and they mix it with eggs and butter or vegan eggs and butter and other ingredients, now they can make cake.

Now, of course, if they have different ingredients, then they make a completely different recipe, and they can still put flour or eggs in a completely different recipe. And so, Point being is it really does matter the combination. And so anytime I'm working with somebody, I am always looking for different specific combinations of emotions that are contributing to the issue.

And so anytime I'm working with somebody, I am always looking for the specific combination of emotions to help them to shift. And so you'll want to. Think about that in your own life. So that's number two. Now, by the way, part of the reason that hers is an issue is because she's had a tendency to then get upset and then also want to run or shut herself off or whatnot.

And so that's also the reason that it may be an issue for some people and not others is also because of her triggered response to the particular emotion as well. So again. There are just so many details as to the reason that this is an important emotion for her to shift. So, again, that's number two. Now, number three is that we can also have positive emotions linked up to negative things.

Now, a very simple, most common example of this is somebody who might have, unfortunately, pride in hardship. And so, they have that feeling of pride. A positive feeling then connected to hardship, which then connects both of them and it creates a problem. Or, as you'll recall, I gave her the example that somebody may joke around and say, Oh, well, you know, my husband's going to leave me if I don't hurry up and get in the car.

And, you know, just in a. very joking manner with zero seriousness attached to it, but just being playful and joking around. And yet may also then simultaneously have a pattern of abandonment that is linked up in the subconscious mind. And my point being from this is it's the same patterned way of thinking.

So a person can think in the same pattern, in the same pattern, you know, think in the same way. And some circumstances can be extremely painful and others can be silly or playful and not bothersome at all. But it's the patterned way of thinking and feeling. So that's what I was really wanting to point out as well.

And so sometimes with her. The travel can feel wonderful and amazing and other times it can be a form of escape. And so then what we have is a hard time distinguishing and whatnot. So again, there's more complexities to this. There's so many details to this, but I want to provide you an insight for you to begin to look at.

in your life, and it's exactly that is, I want to invite you to notice if there are some painful patterns in your life that have been running in your life that you also simultaneously have positive emotions linked up to. Because these patterns can be sneaky and they can affect your health, your life, your relationships, all of that.

And so that's today's insight that I want to leave you with is I want to give you an opportunity to really look at this in your life. And then next week we're going to go ahead and continue the rest of the session with our beautiful volunteer Janine, and we'll dive in even further for more insights and to begin radically shifting this pattern.

And so that's where we're going next week. However, in the meantime, I want to give you an opportunity to kind of digest this information and look at these insights in your own life first, before we add any more to it. All right. So that's today's episode. And I want to ask you, as always, please do take a quick moment to hit the share button on this episode.

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