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Emotional Freedom Level One - Foundation Training

Emotional Theory

Course Content 

This part 1 training course sets the foundation for the part 2 'practical application' training. It is a pre-requisite to enroll in part 1 in order to move onto part 2. 

You will learn a range of life-changing information including:

  • Where in the body different emotions hide and are stored (ie in which organs)
  • The 5 elemental forces of nature, how these manifest inside the body, and how they correspond with all types of emotions
  • The positive (virtuous) and negative (harmful) cycle of emotions inside the body
  • The difference between 'primary' (primal) and 'secondary' (thinking) emotions, and why this is critical for reducing fear, and growing trust
  • The 5 essential qualities of the heart (Xin) and how these are affected by negative emotions
  • The 'chicken and egg' connection between negative emotions and unhealthy patterns of consciousness
  • How to tell the difference between 'natural and unnatural' inside your body, energetically and physically
  • The instinctive, protective role which emotions play inside your body, and how to evolve beyond needing these survival emotions
  • Why being calm and relaxed is your natural state, and how to ongoingly maintain this state
  • How a 'heart wall of emotional energy is created, and why it hampers your ability to experience 'openness' and other Xin qualities
  • The 6 most harmful 'families' of emotions we need to pay attention to in order to manage 99% of negative emotions
  • How and why negative emotions harm the body energetically (Qi) and physically (cells, tissues, organs)
  • How emotional patterning is set up early in childhood, and why this leads to problems later in life
  • Why unhealthy emotional responses become habitual, and what we have to do to change them into healthy responses
  • and more...

Go to taohealthqigong.mykajabi.com/emotional-freedom-course-outline for the full course curriculum.