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*This is a summarized description created from the many sessions that can be found+read in the source material below. I tend to update these summaries often, so feel free to check in as more information may be gathered on this topic from newer sessions. An Emotionally Centered, Intellectual Part habitually processes life, things, people, events in terms of how those move+inspire them, and bypass their prejudices and logic to reach a place of direct perception. In short they process how they feel about what’s right, wrong, dangerous, safe, trusted or not. They will then think about and analyze those feelings; trying to conclude ideas, reasons, or insights from them, and communicating this. In short, they reason them out, or gain insight on what to choose. The TRAP of this Center/Part combo is that the emotions continue to listen to the symbols of life, while the intellect attempts to organize all the feelings and sentiments that result. There is no tangible outlet, so this cycle leads to agitation, restlessness, distraction, escape etc. The emotions become familiar then, and attached to the past, to wishes, to longings that the intellect desperately wants to resolve. The key to balance is in Moving Meditation; doing something with the body- exercise, yoga, tai-chi, stretching, attending to its health, dancing, taking a walk, or just taking a chance: taking a risk. -------------------------- SOURCE MATERIAL: Health of the Emotional Center Centers and Memory Center of Gravity Intellectual+Emotional Wounding/Healing Moving Center Meditation More on Meditation Sentimentality The 7 Emotions Member: PPLD- Pat's Essence+Blindspots How Insight+Productivity create Perception Member: Maureen- Trapped in Emotions & Music How Moving breaks Traps
[Extracted from Energy Report: January 2017] MEntity: The Higher Emotional Center is what helps inspire and anchor the truth and energy of Love. The Higher Emotional Center has a Positive Pole of Love and a Negative Pole of Intuition. Higher Centers do not have any classic “negative” effects, but there is the more restricted and divided pole. Where Love transcends the divisions and parts and pieces that make up a relationship, event, or life, Intuition navigates all of this. Intuition is only “negative” in that it is finding a way through the parts and Love is holding them together. ... The Emotional Center holds Perception as the Positive Pole and Sentimentality as the Negative Pole. Perception is the capacity to bypass logic as a means of opening to the “heart” of an event, person, or experience, while Sentimentality is an attachment to the “heart” of an event, person, or experience as a way to bypass logic.
[Excerpt from: Michael Speaks: Freedom from Life Traps] MEntity: The same would apply to those who are Intellectually Centered Moving Part or Moving Centered Intellectual Part. That the allowance of feelings and the exploration of feelings and the embrace of inspiration, which is where the emotions and Inspirational Axis are tied together, would be a common neglected area of the life that might be obvious to a person with that centering combination. We realize that this sounds quite simplistic, to say that whatever centering of the three lower centers is neglected is the solution, but it truly is that simple. For an individual whose life feels as if it is blocked who is Emotionally Centered Intellectual Part, more action is necessary in that life to break that cycle and to free that individual from the effects of the Life Trap. Nothing else is required. For the individual who has neglected the Emotional Centering, allowing feelings, allowing affection, allowing anything that related to trusting and perception, would break the cycle. The emphasis on the neglected centering would be proportional to the weight of the Life Trap. So while someone who has neglected the Emotional Center could allow the experience of being hugged to be felt, it would not change the life in that moment. But in the same way that the Life Trap became a Life Trap through cumulative insults and wounding, so would the resolution come in cumulative effects. However it does not take as long as the Life Trap took to develop. It can be changed depending on the commitment and the awareness of the emphasis of the neglected center. ... Question: I have a question about Moving Part of the Intellectual Center. I never really did grasp what it meant not to use Emotional Center, as I don't feel that I am without feelings. I don't really see how it is applied in certain situations. MEntity: All of your centers are present and all of them are active to some degree. Some of them more restricted and in the negative poles and some of them more towards the positive poles and freer flowing of the energy relative to that centering. And in your case, you have continually, from what we can see, moved towards a greater capacity towards the positive poles of your centers, but the Life Trap would have come from frustration and annoyance, not only with others but with yourself, because of that Intellectual Center Moving Part trap. You would have developed many reasons for your experiences, and as you navigate it is based on reasons. And then the Moving Part would be bringing it back out into the world in forms of frenetic activity, doing just to be doing, or even frustration. Often this can also show up as rage and anger, which then of course can flip and become depression and defeat. It is not that you don't feel, but with this cycle being your trap, it is going to keep the emotions in a state of sentimentality, so that you blurred the line between symbols and meaning. That is how we describe the negative pole of the Emotions; that you have lost the differentiation between symbolism and meaning, so that if you are not showing up in a way that you feel you should be, that means something about you. If others do not show up the way that you expect them to show up, that means something about them. Or there may be attachments to figures in your life from the past that you feel have impacted you in some way. That if these individuals had not been that way, or were not that way or are not that way, then you may be clear. We could come up with many examples but we will leave it to you to find more relevant examples or more specific examples. The most obvious way, and the greater context in which the Emotions being neglected would show up for you is in the difference between trust and distrust. In the neglect of the Emotional Center, there is a greater distrust of yourself, of your life, of those in your life. Whereas the positive pole of the Emotions, which is Perception, moves into a state of trust, develops, builds and accumulates experiences that develop a sense of trust in the self in the life and in others. When that part or that centering is neglected, trust is a great issue. ... So what you would want to do as part of your solution to breaking that cycle is to consciously choose trust in situations that allow for it. By that we mean to fall back on experiential differentiation. You may have developed a distrust based on some things that have happened to you in your life, but every experience has the potential to bring new results. So therefore it is an opportunity to trust yourself, because at least you have that to depend on. You have survived situations, you have risen above situations, you have gotten through situations. You have been there for you. Even if you have been harsh sometimes, you have been there for you, and that is the first place that you can start for developing or choosing trust that at least I trust myself. No reasons, no necessary logic involved. No actions necessary, just the choice to trust. And in doing so, this can begin to extend to people around you and that doesn't mean always trusting in obvious ways. It can sometimes mean trusting that what is frustrating you about this person is okay, because that person has to make the choices necessary for his or her life, and whether they correspond elegantly with your own or not, does not determine your capacity for trust.
*This is a summarized description created from the many sessions that can be found+read in the source material below. I tend to update these summaries often, so feel free to check in as more information may be gathered on this topic from newer sessions. An Intellectually Centered, Emotional Part habitually processes life, things, people, events in terms of how they’re expressed, formed, logical, make sense and bring insight to them. They think through it. They will then feel through and intuit their thoughts, feeling provoked or inspired by feelings, inspirations, longings, knowings or attachments. However, the Emotional Part is mute and internal- they would have a difficult time expressing their thoughts and speaking about their feelings+experiences; instead, they would just live them out. The TRAP of this Center/Part combo is that they will often seek to analyze + understand their emotions, yet emotions are not logical, and so they analyze endlessly- leading to anxiousness, obsessiveness, overwhelm. The body then cries out from the stress, leading to over reaction or breakdown as a last resort. The key to balance is in Moving Meditation; doing something with the body- exercise, yoga, tai-chi, stretching, attending to its health, dancing, taking a walk, or just taking a chance: taking a risk. -------------------------- SOURCE MATERIAL: Health of the Intellectual Center Centers and Memory Center of Gravity Intellectual+Emotional Wounding/Healing April 2016 Energy Report- Reasoning vs Insight Moving Center Meditation More on Meditation Member: AlG- Intellectually Centered- Emotional+Moving Parts Member: Daniela- Essence Report Member: Ingun- Intellectually Centered Emotional Part How Moving breaks Traps