- Updated on August 3, 2019
By Dr. Artour Rakhimov, Alternative Health Educator and Author
In the video above, Dr. Artour Rakhimov discusses with Lynn Himmelman about being emotional during trauma release.
Dr. Artour Rakhimov talks about how he has seen that people going through the forgiveness procedure itself they become emotional and Kandis Blakely was saying that people need to breathe deeply and take slower breaths and he poses the question: �Why do people become emotional during the forgiveness procedure in the last few minutes of the process?�.
Lynn Himmelman suggests that it is actually a very positive sign and there is something very different about their experience of the emotion attached to the trauma compared to the first time they went through the trauma release clearing that brings tears and emotions. The first time they went through it there was no way out of it. The second time when they are releasing it here in front of a mirror, even a hand mirror, the emotion released indicates that the therapy was correct. When a person is in that communication with themselves in front of the mirror looking into their own eye, or eyes, and the practitioner is keeping them breathing while they are going through that journey, they are now processing their emotions while centered in the present time reality. They are looking back into their past but the breathing keeps them present and the release happens from who they are now.
A lot of times when people replay their past and they get tears and emotions talking about it, there’s a contraction, a feeling of going inside one�s own head while looking in the mirror, with these energy pathways open which is of key importance. Then the trauma release and clearing happens from the present moment and they are able to heal that fragmentation of being lost in the past while trying to live in the present. It brings things back together in a place of holistic union with one�s self and others.