By Jennifer Griffiths | May 8, 2012
In our call today with Richard Unger we discussed how emotions are reflected by hand color and we looked at three main transmutations cycles, for dealing with sadness, anger and being critical, particularly self critical. Richard shared several techniques in his toolkit for transmuting each of these emotions. We also briefly discussed the Taoist method of transforming negative emotions into positive loving, healing energy instead of bottling them up or dumping your emotions on others. More on this call.
Taoists say that our emotions are stored in our organs: heart, liver, kidneys, lungs, spleen.
Each emotion (both positive and negative) relates to a specific organ and can be transformed into a different emotion belonging to the same organ.
The Taoist transform emotions using the Six Healing Sounds.
This is done by making sounds and visualizing color. Here’s a brief look at the six healing sounds, as described by Mantak Chai of Healing Tao.
The six healing sounds
Each negative emotion is stored in a different organ and can be transformed, not into its opposite but rather into the positive energy of that organ.
For example sadness, sorrow and grief are stored in your lungs,
Sadness can be changed into righteousness in the lungs using the sound “Sssssss,” smiling into the lungs while visualizing the color white.
Fear can be transformed into gentleness and generosity by the kidneys using the sound one makes when blowing out a candle. One then imagines the color blue entering the kidneys and along with it the quality of gentleness.
Anger is transformed into kindness in the liver using the sound “Shhhhhhhh” and color green.
Impatience, arrogance and hastiness is transformed in the heart into joy, honor and sincerity using the sound “Hawwwww” and color red.
Worry and sympathy are transformed into compassion in the spleen using the sound “Whooooo”emotions.
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a free a detailed description on the 6 healing sounds by Mantak Chia.
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