How to release an emotion?


Before reading this article, I suggest understanding how emotions work.

When an emotion is present, it is possible to release it.

Or rather to transmute it: to transform it into positive energy.

Here is an Emotional Release Process that can be easily done.

Let’s get started!

Being in the body

Say: “It’s okay to feel this emotion”.

Close your eyes.

Imagine a ray of light coming from the heart and going up to the sky.

Imagine a ray of light coming from the heart and going down to the centre of the Earth.

Feel if there is any tension in the body.

  • Inhale into the belly, inflating the belly.
  • Breathe out into the point of tension, showering it with light.

Example: I feel a small pain in my chest. I breathe out into the chest and visualise the pain. After a few exhalations, the tension dissipates.

If there are several tensions, go one by one.

This simple process is enough to transmute a majority of blocked emotions.

The connection with the body may not be obvious, especially at first.

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Additional steps

However, in case of strong emotions, it might be necessary to go further.

This happens if the tension persists after several exhalations.

In this case, a radiesthesia tool is needed. The easiest one is the muscle test.

Ask the question: “Is there a need for an additional step?”

If the answer is yes, then identify the step(s) in the table below:

1. Exhale into the ground4. Give yourself love7. Acupressure
2. Express the emotion5. Move8. Secondary gain
3. Understand6. Express the needs 9. Other

Example: I use the muscle test to understand that I need the additional step 1, then 5.

1. Exhale into the ground

Visualize the color of the emotion felt in the body.

With each exhalation, send this color into the ground, until you can no longer see the color.

2. Express the emotion

What emotion is it?

  • Sadness.
  • Fear.
  • Anxiety / Stress.
  • Anger.
  • Guilt.
  • Frustration.
  • Hesitation.
  • Loneliness.
  • Jealousy.
  • Preoccupation.
  • Resentment.
  • Injustice.
  • Shame.
  • Doubt.
  • Confusion.
  • Insecurity.
  • Lack of understanding.
  • Abandonment.
  • Insanity.
  • Worry.
  • Impatience.
  • Other.

To whom to express the emotion? To the father? To the mother? To another person?

Example: “Dad, I feel fear and lack of understanding”.

It may be necessary to go further, and express everything that is in the heart.

Secondly, imagine that person answering what is needed to hear.

Example: “You can allow yourself to feel this emotion. Don’t worry, everything will be fine. I accept you. I trust you. I am here for you and will always be here for you. I love you forever.”

3. Understand

Some emotions, the heaviest ones, require an understanding of what happened in order to be transmuted, i.e. to understand the scene that caused the emotion.

In this case, an image of the event may come to mind, but this is not always the case. We do not consciously remember all our emotions.

Intuitive writing is useful for understanding what there is to understand.

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4. Give yourself love

This may involve :

  • Sending love throughout your body.
  • Hugging yourself.
  • Saying “I love myself”.

5. Move

Moving helps to release the emotional energy that has been blocked in the body for a long time.

Let the body express itself as it needs to.

6. Express the needs

Needs that were not met at the time of the emotion should be expressed and integrated.

Identify the need :

  • Love.
  • Acceptance.
  • Understanding.
  • Trust.
  • Security.
  • Other

Example: “I need protection and tenderness.

Close your eyes.

Imagine a symbol that represents the needs just expressed.

Where to print this symbol in the body?

Example: The image that comes to mind is a teddy bear. I integrate it into my heart.

7. Acupressure

Identify the point in the body that needs to be stimulated, in order to release blocked energy.

These are usually acupuncture points.

Example: While questioning my body, I identify a point in the hollow of my elbow. I massage it gently with my index finger for 30 seconds.

8. Secondary gain

If an emotion tends to repeat itself despite the releasing process, there may be a secondary gain.

Example: Frequently, an anger against my brother comes up. I have a side benefit: that of being the victim. Awareness is needed.

9. Other

Another need is necessary in order to complete the transmutation of the emotion.

Identify which one.


  • Going for a walk in nature.
  • Taking a bath.
  • Drinking water.
  • Writing a symbolic letter to someone.
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Congratulations! The emotional charge is now released. It is time to thank it.


How do we release an emotion?

By following this process, which can be repeated as many times as necessary, for each emotion we feel.

If the emotion seems too intense to release on its own, it is recommended to call on a therapist specialized in emotions.

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