Emotions: The Reaction to a Belief
Have you ever considered that emotions are a reaction to a belief?
Emotions begin with immediate physical sensations in the organs whose message then reach the brain, the muscles, and finally the nervous system - where they then officially become the reaction to a belief that the nervous system holds until it learns otherwise.
Your organs carry your emotions - the first places they reside in the body are the heart, liver, kidneys etc. Within each organ there are information molecules produced by the cells of the organ itself. The information cells in these organs will always communicate with the brain, (also an organ). Once the emotions information reaches the brain it goes to the muscles, which will then respond according to the emotion: "We feel angry, it's time to bulk and tense the upper back and neck muscles to show it!" or "I'm scared" and the muscles respond by raising the shoulders to the ears or locking the knees. If specific emotions are frequently present the muscles will remain frozen in these positions. This is body language. While everyone holds a different belief system underneath the way they carry and hold their body, there is a similar response across the board, in the body relative to each emotion that gives clues to what is felt. After seeing that a particular emotion may be held in a certain area of the body, one can then dialogue with the Bodymind to find out what belief system is in place that feels it is necessary to choose an unwanted or overly destructive emotion. For example, a belief like, "If I don't get angry, I won't be heard."