Does being emotionally free mean being free from emotion? Does it mean you are indifferent to everything and unfeeling?
That would be pretty terrible. Not being able to love your wife and children, feel excited about a family holiday to Queensland or your team winning at footy, happy about your success at work or great weather, sad about the passing of your pet etc. would make life dull and intolerably boring. Such emotions as grief and sadness are also natural, provided they do not consume your life, and not being able to feel them would deprive us of many valuable lessons.
Luckily, emotional freedom does not mean all these things. Being emotionally free can be defined as being free from limiting and unconstructive emotions that stand in your way of being happy and fulfilled. If getting angry at your spouse or children spoils your relationships, fear of public speaking undermines your career growth, fear of flying does not let you enjoy holidays away from home, unhappy memories make you depressed, I'm sure you would agree that freedom from these emotions would make your life better.
Emotional freedom is closely related to emotional intelligence (more on that later). However, exercising your emotional intelligence may require some effort, while emotional freedom allows you to deal with events and circumstances naturally. The reason is that the first is predominantly the domain of the conscious mind, while the other is ruled more by the subconscious.
The more you use EFT to deal with negative emotions, the more emotionally free you become. With every application you chip away at the emotional baggage, making it lighter. The sooner you start, the happier you will be.
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