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John Ruskan's
Emotional Clearing

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Emotional Clearing Therapy is a spiritual, feeling-oriented method of facilitating emotional release and growth, either on your own or within the therapist/client setting.

“Emotional Release” means to release painful feelings that have become trapped within us, or suppressed, instead of having been cleared when they first occurred. Traditional psychotherapy has assumed that the origins of suppressed feelings is in childhood, and it has been found that progress can be made based on this assumption; there is usually a childhood component to our major issues. Transpersonal psychology, however, has broadened the scope and effectiveness of feelings work by suggesting that the roots of our most difficult feelings and circumstances are in past existences, and in our karma.

However, while Emotional Clearing agrees with the possibility of this broader view, it is important that EC is a present-centered therapy. We work with present issues, and our feelings as they are now. The key understanding here is that while feelings may have originated in the past, they become projected onto present circumstances; as we clear feelings now, we are clearing the residue of the past. And, often we find in deeper EC work that past memories either of childhood or beyond spontaneously come up into awareness if needed. On the other hand, it is common to find that issues become cleared with no past recall coming up or being needed to complete clearing a present issue.



 
 

© 2004 John Ruskan / The Institute for Integrative Processing