The Thin Red Line
The Power of the Emotional Body
The emotional body is the throne room of your reality creation. The reason thatthere is so much power in the emotional body is because it is the primary controlcenter for your vibrational rate of attraction and what you are magnetic to on a dayto day basis. The emotional body has the ability to amplify and infuse any thoughtthat you think into a powerful, creative wave of energy that you can blast out intothe Universe to attract like thoughts to it. This, in turn, begins to collect likevibrational wave patterns which coalesce and return back to you like a boomerang,thus creating your physical reality. It doesn’t necessarily matter what the thoughtis, what matters is how active your emotional body is during the time period thatyou think the thought.If your emotional body is active then the thought will inherently become morepowerful. The reason this is so is because your emotional body infuses the thoughtwill vital life force and a magnetic resonance. The emotional body charges thethought based upon your internal concept of what you think you want and what youthink you do not want. The strongest desires, which are often held at asubconscious level, will have the most powerful effect upon your emotional body. If you have a strong desire not to be poor, this will unfortunately be translated intoyour emotional body as the fear of being poor which will send fear based thoughtsout into the ethers to begin the construction of that very unwanted reality foryourself.However, if you happen to allow yourself to focus your thoughts on things thatreally bring you joy then you will leverage your ability to harness the emotionalbody via infusing your thoughts with the
power of your emotional body, andthus create more things that are wanted in your reality.
Being Emotionally Honest
Trouble often comes in the form of not allowing yourself to express ‘what is’ for youin the moment. Often, people will become fearful of their thoughts and begin todeny their authentic feeling nature in lieu of what they think that they are supposedto be thinking. This can be problematic because, if you are feeling badly, and youare infusing your thoughts with this bad feeling, even though you are trying to bepositive, you will create negative results for yourself. In other words trying to bepositive when you are obviously feeling negative does not make the negativefeeling go away. In fact, it may even amplify your negative thoughts because nowyou are adding resistance to it as well. Take an interaction where two people run into each other at the line in the grocerystore. One is not feeling so good, but feels the need to project the positive image of ‘well being’ for fear that it will be discovered that all is not well. The other person