Elin

How does it work?

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Hehe... I am a bit inpatient for the book! :D Was wondering if anyone knows the basics of how the completion process works? I am guessing it is similar to healing the emotional body, but maybe just more in depths, with stuff like providing methods of growing our undeveloped aspects? Hihi thanks <3 

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Dear Elin, what i understand by the word "completion' is that we have to complete what we start....then start a new thing and complete it

 

 

It reminds me, whenever i sit in the toilet...i need to complete, otherwise feeling of incompletion bothers me during my other undertakings

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33 minutes ago, Amit said:

Dear Elin, what i understand by the word "completion' is that we have to complete what we start....then start a new thing and complete it

 

 

It reminds me, whenever i sit in the toilet...i need to complete, otherwise feeling of incompletion bothers me during my other undertakings

Oh my god I love the ANALogy... Thank you dear Amit for helping me understand it better :D 

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Oh sorry...i made a mistake! 

Its just that thought 'evrything and evryone is connected'...screwing my brain

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pretty sure it's completing the emotional aspects of ourselves that are stuck in trauma. by connecting with inside child and altering the experiences

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I found this description on the amazon for Teals book "The completion process".


 The steps include:

  • Creation of a Safe Haven—setting up a mental place where it’s safe to re-enter a painful memory.
  • Validation—giving the painful emotion the message that we see it as valid.
  • Seeking Origin—asking, “When was the first time I felt this feeling?” to connect to the root of it.
  • Awaiting Relief—inside the memory, letting the feeling naturally shift in the direction of relief.
  • Purification and Healing—a ritual for closing the memory of trauma and beginning a “new life.”

    It said too that there were a 20 step thing involved but these are included. I'm gonna get this book. Hopefully i didn't spoil it too much :P 
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