A Stored Feeling is a natural emotional response that has been augmented to play an enhanced role, primarily that of anticipating a threat. A Stored Feeling, when evoked, brings excessive energies creating extreme feelings and thoughts. These feelings and energies remain in our body significantly longer than that which a natural emotional response lasts. It was created and retained as a result of a specific outside event. When a Stored Feeling is evoked, a portal is opened up that can lead us back to its origin.
The process describes how to reintegrate a disruptive Stored Feeling back to its emotional response system as a natural or innate response. Stored Feelings Reintegration, SFR, eliminates the augmented characteristics of excessive energy, excessive duration, and its anticipatory characteristics. When we are under the influence of a Stored Feeling, essentially we have access to its history and can retrieve that information if we know how to ask the right questions in the right way. This is key to understanding SFR. SFR involves connecting the Stored Feeling with its historical source and acknowledging how it has influenced us in the past. We come to understand that SFR involves telling a deep and truthful story about our self. It’s a story that uncovers new meanings or understanding of old stories from our youth. It’s a story whose primary audience is us. The Reintegration of a Stored Feeling begins when we acknowledge the relationship between the current feeling with its original source.