Subliminal Messaging in your Own Voice
Emotional reactions that hurt, offend, destroy relationships. Are you experiencing any of these emotional reactions with the people in your life? Family member? Friend? Co-worker?
Anger: When someone expresses anger, it can be hurtful and offensive to the other person. If not managed well, anger can escalate and damage the relationship.
Jealousy: Jealousy can cause feelings of resentment, envy, and mistrust in a relationship. It can be hurtful and lead to destructive behavior.
Contempt: Contempt is a feeling of disdain or disrespect towards someone. It can be expressed through sarcasm, mockery, or criticism. It is one of the most damaging emotions in a relationship, as it undermines the respect and love that are necessary for a healthy partnership.
Guilt: Guilt can be a powerful emotion that can lead to self-blame and shame. It can be destructive in a relationship if it causes one partner to feel responsible for everything that goes wrong, leading to feelings of resentment and frustration.
Fear: Fear can cause someone to withdraw or become defensive, leading to a breakdown in communication and trust in a relationship. It can be particularly damaging if one partner feels unsafe or threatened.
Betrayal: Betrayal can take many forms, such as infidelity or breaking a promise. It can cause feelings of anger, hurt, and mistrust, leading to a breakdown in the relationship.
Rejection: Rejection can be painful and hurtful and can damage a relationship if it causes one partner to withdraw or become defensive.
It is crucial to acknowledge and handle these emotions in a constructive manner to cultivate nurturing and gratifying relationships. We should strive to take positive steps to move forward and reprogram our reactions towards healthier ones. Here are the opposite emotions of the ones above.
Love: Love is the opposite of anger. When we feel love, we are more patient, kind, and understanding towards the other person, rather than reacting with anger.
Trust: Trust is the opposite of jealousy. When we trust someone, we don’t feel the need to be jealous or envious of their relationships with others.
Forgiveness: Forgiveness is the opposite of guilt. When we forgive ourselves or others, we release feelings of guilt and move towards healing and growth.
Courage: Courage is the opposite of fear. When we have courage, we are able to face our fears and overcome them, rather than being paralyzed by them.
Loyalty: Loyalty is the opposite of betrayal. When we are loyal to someone, we keep our promises and honor our commitments, rather than betraying their trust.
Acceptance: Acceptance is the opposite of rejection. When we accept ourselves and others for who they are, we can move towards building deeper and more meaningful relationships, rather than pushing people away.
Emotional boundaries are the limits and guidelines that we set for ourselves in terms of how we allow others to treat us emotionally, and how we manage our own emotions. These boundaries help us to define and maintain our sense of self, our personal values, and our emotional wellbeing. Emotional boundaries can include things like:
- Understanding and communicating our feelings and needs clearly to others.
- Being able to say “no” when we feel uncomfortable or when our own needs would be compromised.
- Not allowing others to belittle, demean, or manipulate us emotionally.
- Taking responsibility for our own emotions, rather than blaming others or relying on them to fix our problems.
- Avoiding over-dependence on others for emotional support or validation.
Emotional boundaries can vary from person to person and depend on individual needs, values, and experiences. However, setting and maintaining healthy emotional boundaries is an essential aspect of cultivating strong, fulfilling relationships, and promoting our emotional wellbeing.
To create healthier emotional boundaries and reprogram old reactive patterns, it is crucial to identify the emotions that trigger your reactions in difficult relationships. Once you have identified these emotions, record them as affirmations in your own voice and turn them into subliminal messages. Listening to this recording once a day is good, twice a day is very good, and three times a day is excellent to help you reprogram old patterns and establish healthier relationships with yourself and those around you.
If you need guidance and expertise in identifying your emotional boundaries and creating a personalized subliminal recording, I can help make the process easy for you. Changing your reactive state is a DM, text, comment, or phone call away.