By Sue Siebens
Money and finance are easy to be scared of.
Money flows into and out of our pockets. Our fear measures this balance. An abundance of in-flow with moderate outflow can help us feel secure. But switch it to less coming in than going out, and we feel on the precipice of disaster.
After all, while money does not buy happiness, it sure does offer us choices—the less money and the few options we have. At the extreme, we feel our back is to the wall, and panic can set in.
Some everyday money worries are:
· Lack of understanding when it comes to how money and finances work
· Debt burdens, particularly non-secured debt such as credit card
· Losing a job or income source, divorce, losing the ability to work
· Talking about money with partners: business, financial, family or spouse
· Losing, running out or not having enough money to fund future needs, whether it's a child's education, support parents, retirement or paying rent and buying food for the next month.
These are all serious issues and should not be ignored or pushed aside. And at the same time, we can be very emotional when it comes to money issues which cloud our judgment and ability to plan effectively.
Understanding that there is a problem and having a sense of urgency about it is a good thing. But often, we feel panicky, overwhelmed, depressed and may give up. These triggered emotions obscure good options and decision-making. Now is not the time to be muddled with emotions.
It is best to rid ourselves of triggered emotions related to money to help avoid financial mistakes.
Emotional Resolution, EmRes, will do precisely that. EmRes removes the emotional stress that fogs our thoughts. Clearing unprocessed emotions with EmRes frees us to be rational and make sound financial choices.
Unprocessed emotions remain in our bodies because of high-stress events that temporarily overwhelm the body's natural capacity to manage them. Uncomfortable feelings that last more than a few seconds are triggered emotions.
EmRes uses the body's same natural ability to complete what was left undone. It gives the body the space and time to finish processing the lingering emotional imprints. EmRes sessions are private, calm conversations that use interoception, feeling body sensations, to effectively do this work.
Remembering or sharing the original high-stress event or emotional injury is not necessary. We may remember past emotional events. But we'll not be triggered going forward --not tomorrow, next week or ever.
The Emotional Health Institute developed Emotional Resolution. Using modern neuropsychology as its basis, EmRes is not a coping skill but offers actual resolution and cessation of triggers. Thousands of EmRes sessions take place around the world each day.
If you are emotional about your financial situation, you are being manipulated by unprocessed emotions. Clear your feelings and see your problem without the emotional fog. You will feel differently, be open to solutions and be able to take appropriate action.
Are you ready to take a serious look at your finances without emotions?
1. Financial Fears: 17 Common Money Worries, https://wwhttps://womenwhomoney.com/common-financial-fears-overcome-money-worries/
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Sue Siebens uses Emotional Resolution, EmRes, to work at a fundamental level, where the roots of the illness, fear, and pain can be accessed and resolved. Sue teaches and writes to raise awareness about this new technology so that as many people as possible can find relief and peace in their life. Sue is based in Dallas, Tx, USA.