Did you know that your perspectives, reactions, values and your beliefs operate constantly and unconsciously?

graduate learnIf not, re-read the above and really let it sink in. This is the most valuable lesson we’ll ever learn in this lifetime.

All these things are a synopsis of our whole life to date and were created to keep us safe while we were growing up and powerless.

Any new information that is compatible with your beliefs, values and perspectives are accepted and reinforce your perspectives (whether they are helpful to you or not) yet everything that is not compatible is automatically disregarded or resisted. Some parts of this structure work well for you and bring about the results you want while other parts do not work well for you and give you results you do not want.

let suppressed emotions goYou are only capable of seeing things through this structure that you have created until you realize that you now have the power to choose to change. To do this, we must learn how to observe and let go!

Here’s how you can change the parts that do not work well for you…

Experiencing deep inner peace in meditation can feel very pleasant or blissful for some and a tsunami of relief to others depending on the synopsis of your belief systems, habituated thought processes, pre-programmed ways of thinking, assorted mental filters and mind clutter.

Meditation allows you to see clearly with vision that is not clouded by this structure and sometimes suppressed emotions will surface.

The first thing to remember is that the fact they’re coming up at all is a great thing.


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Those feelings and memories have been buried deep down inside you. You may not have been entirely conscious of them, but they’ve been in there and some of them may have been working on you for a very long time. Now they’re coming out, and as they emerge where you can see them it allows you to deal with them. This robs them of their power to covertly taint your life any longer.

With this in mind, you may occasionally feel irritable and restless or agitated during meditation. If this happens it means you are resisting something that is trying to surface. It isn’t the actual suppressed emotion that is making you feel like this; it is the resistance itself that is causing the discomfort.

The solution to resisting is to simply and unemotionally observe any unwanted emotions with unattached curiosity. Don’t try to resist or repress them.

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They cannot hurt you because they are only a memory of something that happened when you were small and powerless. Simply accept whatever comes up with great curiosity and indifference. When you observe and let go of anything that does not serve you well, in the state of conscious awareness it simply loses it’s power and dissolves.

LifeFlow Instant TriWave technology has been specifically designed to allow suppressed emotions to be brought to the surface gradually during or outside of meditation, to allow them to be released.

As you observe and let go of these suppressed emotions, you will experience the deep inner peace within more and more and it will carry out with you into your daily life.

Once you realize how you can change and improve the structure of the way you experience life through meditation, you can improve the quality of your entire being, your experiences, your relationships, your well-being and your success.


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    6 replies to "Free Yourself From Your Suppressed Emotions"

    • Bonnie Lents

      I love it. I’ve not been meditating for long but I’ve tried alot and of all I’ve tried this is the very best. Thank you for sharing with me. Thank you very much project meditation. And thank you for all the emails you send me
      Yours truly committed
      Bonnie Lents

      • Project Meditation

        Thank you so much Bonnie for your wonderful comment. We’re delighted to hear you’re really starting to enjoy and benefit from Project Meditation.
        It’s an honor to be a part of your journey. Namaste – the Project Meditation Team 🙂

    • Ann

      “…we know that material things are composed of cells, atoms and particles and that the consciousness is composed of moments..”

      (The Tibetan Book of the Dead)

      • Project Meditation


    • David W

      You said: “…unemotionally observe any unwanted emotions with unattached curiosity”. So how do you “observe emotions” without feeling them? I just can’t picture that. I can observe someone else’s actions that they take when they feel certain emotions. I can also tell you that back in the mid 90s I bought a guided meditation tape and tried it one night; after a while, from somewhere deep inside, something horrible/toxic seemed to come to the surface…a rage and hate so strong that it made me stand up immediately and stop the tape, which I never played again. I FELT it; I wasn’t able to OBSERVE it. And the intuition I had about it seemed to indicate that had I let myself entertain (?) it, something tragic might have resulted.

      • Project Meditation

        Thank very much for taking the time to leave us your comment David and you’re definately not alone in asking this question. 🙂
        The below link may better explain how to observe the feelings of an emotion and we do wish you well in practicing.
        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aqX5IFKYFWk&t=25s Namaste – the Project Meditation Team 🙂

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