Your survival response mechanism is wired to look for patterns.
- This means that your body’s survival intelligence is continually cross referencing all of the fields of data that your unconscious mind has associated with every point you put your focus on.
- If a match comes up between something that you are currently focusing on and an old file that has bio-emotional fragmentation stashed in it, you will likely experience a sudden upwelling of emotion, and/or some kind of old behavior pattern.
Bio-Emotional fragments hold the memories of the emotion that you had to deny to survive the moment.
- Therefore, the greater the level of bio-emotional fragmentation that’s stashed in the file, the bigger and more intense your emotional charge will be.
- You will know that a file full of bio-emotional fragmentation has been triggered by what you are feeling in your body.
- Telltale signs include one or a combination of the basic survival mechanism responses of:
- fight, flight, or freeze such as the sudden desire to run or to get away, or a desire to hit, yell, kick, or throw things,
- the sudden feeling of nausea or a pit in your gut
- an inability to think clearly
- desire to cry
- or the sudden feeling of weak knees, of all-over weakness, and/or of suddenly being drained.
- You can also be sure that you’ve triggered a bunch of files full of bio-emotional fragmentation if you are walking around in your daily life with on-going negative thoughts, commentaries, and conversations in your mind.