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Jul
13

Are You ADDICTED To Your Emotions?

katiefreiling.com We are all emotional addicts whether we know it yet or not. Any emotion that consistently comes into your life, whether its fear, anger, sadness, irritability, victimization, or insecurtiy, is an emotion your body might actually be addicted to at the cellular level. In this video, I talk about the physiology of how this actually occurs in the body and I give a real solution to breaking free from emotional addiction. I learned about this phenomenon from Joe Dispenza on my favorite movie, ‘What The Bleep Do We Know’. Please leave a comment with your thoughts and don’t forget to subscribe to my channel

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  1. dovydas03 says:

    Thank you
    

  2. anhsnn says:

    this is beneficial,thanks for sharing

  3. wiseyeffect says:

    One of my favorite documentaries too (kymatic is the other)! To bad I can’t find a pretty girl like you who has depth to their interests.

  4. swordlord16 says:

    i would like to message you or talk to you some how. what you said made a lot alot of sense . but i have this very uncontrollable problem that i can not beat it by my self. its not nothing dangerous but the only person who suffers from it in the situation is my self. and im really trying to beat this because i can not be successful with this current problem. hit me back plz if you can

  5. SimplyCecileP says:

    (cont.)
    appropriate than to say that the infant starts to cry because of a thought of negativity would be to say that the infant picks up on a negative thought or feeling in the atmosphere and because his consciousness is likely uncontrolled due to the karma he/she is born with, he/she will cry.

  6. SimplyCecileP says:

    Interesting argument. But let me tell you this. When a yog grasps his consciousness to the level of what a newborn baby’s might be, and is faced with the task of controlling his thoughts, emotions, and behaviors within this new awareness, He still could not blame his lack of control on his newly open consciousness. More

  7. simeon54 says:

    This is very interesting. One thing though. The idea that ‘everything starts with a thought’ is contentious. There is no evidence to suggest that thought precedes feeling. To my mind, it seems more likely to be the other way around. A 1 day old baby doesn’t cry because of negative thought patterns. It cries because it is feeling lost/alone/abandoned/hungry, etc. Negative cognition doesn’t come till much later on, the emotions are there from day one. Otherwise, very interesting.

  8. murzilka33yahoo says:

    That is why happy people are always happy and depressed people are always depressed… genius!!! )))

  9. murzilka33yahoo says:

    the sex-appeal… ))))

  10. nildil says:

    You explained it well
    nildil, Sri Lanka

  11. esw555 says:

    Awesome advice.

  12. jefferynix says:

    good job from bleep

  13. kingsr says:

    Thanks for saving my life!
    

  14. EzeWong says:

    It’s really basic and rudimentary “science” but consider that the average layman doesn’t even understand it at this level, it’s the best she could probably do. It’s not like she could cover the complexity of the amygdala and have people actually understand it… I think at the very least she’s trying to do a service in telling people to control their emotions.

  15. lolifedro says:

    As one masters their emotional states…One can use and direct the emotional energy to spark visions or manifest in the moment.

  16. LEONNIGHT7 says:

    YES I DO IM ADDICTED TO MY EMOTIONS, SPECIALLY WHIT NEW EMOTIONS, FOR EXAMPLE, I DONT HAVE A GIRLFRIEND BUT WHEN I TALK WHIT A GIRL (SPECIALLY ONE OF MY GERMAN CLASS) I FEEL A STRANGE EMOTION IN THE STOMACH, A GOOD EMOTION, WHAT IS IT? I DONT KNOW “IN LOVE?” I DONT BELIEVE IN THIS WORD.

  17. TheLasVegasLair says:

    Im a Dating coach who charges 100s p/h and I teach the same things in my seminars, this girl is ON Point with her stuff, love the way you summed it up, usually that lecture takes way longer. Great job Katie! – Ryan

  18. Eyrynomos says:

    A way to deal with our emotions is to realise that we stand apart from the world of our emotions ,the way we feel about persons,situations etc is not the real world but our filters.WE are something than or emotions and we must deal with them as external objects.That way ,we don;t become stiff and bleak ,on the contrary ,we give ourselves the freedom to see and act accordingly.

  19. AbdiAli16 says:

    I was reading the book Evolve Your Brain by Dr. Dispenza, and you made this point that he mentioned in the book very clear. Thank you so much. I found out about this book when you mentioned it in one of your videos and i bought it. I learned so much from this book. You are a Great Teacher.

  20. man0cels0 says:

    Thank you^^

  21. TheDonny2 says:

    My be if you if you have a brain of a addict . are you a addict ? Is there people that are not addicts and just live a unselfish un meterialistec life and feel connected to god ?

  22. ThePodarek says:

    @mvantol1, I agree with what you are saying, but I don’t think you have understood what I am asking. I hope KatieFreiling, gets my question this time and gives me a response.

  23. ThePodarek says:

    @KatieFreiling, I am still waiting for a response to my question, it could perhaps be because, I haven’t addressed it to you by using the character “@”. You may find the question in the comments section from a month ago. Thank you.

  24. mvantol1 says:

    Yes, I think you formulated this in a very nice way. This process happens in the brain, where behavioral patterns are stored. By activating sets of neurons, our hypothalamus creates peptides. By changing our thoughts (in either way), we change the peptides that our hypothalamus create, and slowly all of our cells change their desired types of peptides.

  25. ThePodarek says:

    I don’t know if I understood you correctly, but are you saying that the cells, that are addicted to the chemicals of a certain emotion are capable of creating external circumstances or capable of leading us or attracting circumstances to us, in order that by experiencing those circumstances our bodies will produce the chemicals that these cells have been craving for?

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