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INTELLECTUAL CENTER: EMOTIONAL PART

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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 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.

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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

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