Emotions as Tools of Creation (Part II)

Emotions as Tools of Creation (Part II)

Dr Joe Dispenza | 14 February 2020

Heart and brain coherence is the process whereby we learn to self-regulate and/or self-emote. This means developing our ability to generate and create emotions from within, rather than waiting for something outside of us to dictate how we feel. When we start using elevated emotions as creative energy, as we get better at the process of generating them, we no longer need to look to (or change) anything in our outer environment for us to feel happy or whole. Instead, we create elevated feelings just for the sake of healing our own heart or creating our own joy. This is not to say we will never feel down or sad, but rather, when we do fall from grace, we are able to get up and change our state of being much faster.

We’ve all had times in our lives where we’ve had favorable things happen to us, and as a result, we felt gratitude, love, happiness, joy, freedom, etc. So you can’t say you don’t know how the sensations and embodiment of elevated feelings and emotions feel.

But to awaken those creative abilities, you have to generate those elevated emotions from within—without any external stimulus. This is what it means to master some aspect of the self that has been created in the past—to get to the point where we don’t need anybody or anything outside of us to feel those elevated emotions. Key to this mastery is developing the ability to generate them on command, especially when it seems like you’re living within the confines of difficult times.

Will You Be the Creator or the Victim of Your Reality? The Choice is Always Yours.

When it comes down to it, there are two ways to approach our lives: either as the victims to our lives, or the creators of our lives. To live as the victim is to live within the limited belief system that everything in our outer world is happening to us. If your energy is invested in this reality, you freely give away your power to someone or something outside of you; therefore, you allow that external condition to control how you think and feel. Simply put, when things are good, you feel good. When things are bad, you feel bad. That’s the polarized world of victim consciousness in a nutshell.

Creative consciousness, on the other hand, is the awareness that, when you feel joy, love, or gratitude before your creation is made manifest—and you combine that energy of joy, love, or gratitude with the intent of new information—it is that elevated frequency that can carry that thought. Just like a WiFi signal and router work in tandem, so too do your thoughts (thoughts send the signal out) and elevated emotions (emotions draw the event in), allowing you to create a future from wholeness, instead of from separation or duality. The mechanism, catalyst, and intersection of the intent of your creation that was generated from your internal world, and the manifestation of that intent in the external world, is created via a coherent heart and brain.

When you start to witness events in your external life that came out of your internal world of thoughts and feelings, you begin to move outside of duality and polarity into wholeness and Oneness. Why? Because now you have evidence that the thought or emotion produced the effect in your outer world. This is the beginning of moving out of the victim consciousness into the creator consciousness. Instead of waiting for some light to shine on you and/or heal you, you choose to be the progenitor of your own inner light, healing, and personal reality.

So why this process in the first place? To bring it back full circle to Part I.  When the soul descended from singularity, it was essential to forget where we came from so that we could experience all of the many emotions that life has to offer. When we begin to awaken to the creative powers that exist in raising our energy, then we can master, elevate, or transmute those emotions towards higher energies, which will take us to new adventures.

When we master our emotions, we master our creations.

Read Part I.