Releasing Relationship Pain
Often times when a relationship ends there are things left unsaid
and questions left unanswered. Through the use of this technique
you can resolve these issues and allow yourself to move on and let
go of the past. This technique can also be used with those that
are now deceased.
Sit yourself in a quiet space where you will not be disturbed.
Ideally have an empty chair or seat opposite you. Close your eyes
for a moment, and take a few deep breaths and allow yourself to
relax and let go.
When you open your eyes imagine that you can see the person with
whom things are left unsaid sitting opposite you. All you need to
do is to pretend they are there, so if you think you are
having problems visualising just pretend.
Say to the person whatever is on your mind, whatever you want to
release. If there is a situation that you want to resolve, for example
the break down of a relationship then talk about that.
When you have finished you may want a response from them. If so
then go and sit in the other chair and pretend you are them answering
back. Keep your mind focussed on what was said when you do and allow
the answer to flow. Remember that if you consciously say what you
want to hear rather than what you really hear you are only cheating
yourself, no one else.
When they have finished speaking, sit back in your original chair.
Keep up the conversation, moving from chair to chair assuming the
other person's persona when in their chair until the conversation
comes to an end. Then return to your original chair and thank them
for their time before going about your business.
This technique is incredible valuable for letting go of pain, guilt
and hurt from any sort of relationship, not just romantic relationships.
Often when performing this technique you will be surprised by the
answers that you receive from the other person.
You can engage your sub-conscious in releasing the past through
Emotional Blocks Audio CD and the Karmic
(c) 2004 Jason E. Johns