Before you Die Self Deception what you need to know before you Pass Away.

Why discuss Emotions of Self-Deception God only addresses emotional causes within us Emotions of self-deception aren’t causal emotions and therefore God can’t assist us processing them God can assist us to identify self-deception by answering prayer and through the Law of Attraction Emotions of self-deception actually take you away from God and your own soul Reminders About The Soul The soul is; passions, desires, longings, intentions, emotions, feelings How emotions are the real cause of all thoughts, words and actionsHow emotion not completely experienced gets stored (frozen) in the soul Only emotions completely experienced are released from the soul how the souls experiences (“sub-conscious mind”) determines all future experiences. How the law of attraction operates from the souls “frozen” (unreleased) emotions How Painful Emotions Are Created & Stored Persons in the child’s environment suppress or deny the experience of their own causal emotions When we deny our own emotional experience complete, we project the emotion outwards
Everything in our environment is harmed by our own emotional suppression

The child receives a barrage of emotions from it’s environment which it naturally experiences In the normal state, a child allowed will always feel its own and environmental emotions This is the reason why most children are quite distressed a lot of their early childhood Childhood CAUSAL emotional damage is caused by persons in the child’s environment suppressing their own emotional experience Adult’s suppressing emotion force children surrounding them to feel the emotion instead

Adult suppression also causes direct emotional damage to the child by their treatment of the child Eg. An adult who feels unloved will not be able to love the child, so the child feels unloved

A child forced into feeling emotions on a daily basis usually cannot cope emotionally
Childhood CAPPING emotional damage is caused by persons in the child’s environment suppressing the child’s emotional experience. When the child is prevented from feeling an emotion, the emotion remains within the soul of the child The child also then responds in rage or anger because of their free-will not being allowed

Law of Compensation emotional damage is caused by the child/adult gradually making it’s own choices and decisions in disharmony with Love as a result of the childhood causal and capping emotions being suppressed

When the child (as a child or adult) makes choices disharmonious with love that harm itself or others, Law of Compensation emotion is created within which will also need to be felt The child/adult now begins to protect and resist the experience of the “castle” of emotional hurt The “castle” is the childhood causal, childhood capping & child/adult Law of Compensation emotions The desire to protect and prevent the painful emotions creates all “emotions of self-deception” The child/adult learns how to protect the “castle” of emotional hurt from its environment

People in the child’s environment teach the child through their own actions how to protect the “castle” The child then carries over these learned lessons into adult life
The child/adult creates “emotions of self-deception” in order to avoid the experience of the “castle” of childhood and Law of Compensation emotional hurt Self-deception lets you ‘off the hook’ & removes you from self responsibility for causal emotion
All emotions of self-deception while they may be painful protect you from a deeper pain.

The child/adult may eventually suppress all emotion by using “self-deceptive intellectual rationale” Self-deception rationale is often based on Truth but avoids or totally ignores all personal, emotional truth. All self-deceptive rationale has the motive of helping you avoid your own personal emotional pain

Intellectual Rationale Of Self-Deception Rationale of self-deception is when the child/adult uses intellectual reasoning of any kind (either fear based and false, or “love” based and true from an intellectual standpoint) in order to avoid underlying emotion All rationale (intellectual reasoning) of self-deception comes from emotions of self-deception Reasoning can be false eg. I will die if I feel that emotion
Reasoning can be true eg. I will loose some/all my friends if I tell the truth If the purpose is to avoid the experience of emotion, we are still being unloving to ourselves & others

This is the difference between ‘talking the talk’ and actually ‘walking the walk’
e.g. often a person saying they are in a state of complete love are simultaneously projecting extreme anger How To Know When We Are Deceiving Ourselves

Intellectually People around us often feel we are ‘fake’ and find it hard to connect emotionally to us People around us often feel we are being emotionally condescending towards them We feel drawn into intellectual arguments not understanding their emotions & not being able to identify them.
All ‘emotions’ are calm, peaceful, detached, we have a ‘zen-like’ demeanour, desires are often not passionate People around us feel we are quite haughty and arrogant
The emotion of condescension is often projected from us when we feel we are being ‘loving’ We always blame others for our Law of Attraction e.g. ‘thankyou for teaching me how to love’ etc.

Projections are coming from us at the highest degree; others are uncomfortable with those projections We painful to be around because there is an ‘impenetrable wall’ around us We have no true compassion e.g. we believe we are compassionate but can’t understand another’s true emotion Emotions Of Self-Deception

Emotions of self-deception occur when the child/adult creates fictitious & untruthful emotional experiences in order to avoid experiencing underlying childhood emotions (causal or capping) or Law of Compensation emotions Anything that stops you feeling the reason ‘WHY’ you feel a certain way is a self-deceiving emotion The following emotions are always emotions of self-deception unless they are childhood capping

Anger, resentment, rage, shame, guilt, neediness, self-punishment, punishment of others, hopelessness, wanting to give up, blame of self, blame of others
The key is to know when we are deceiving ourselves either intellectually or emotionally
How To Know When We Are Deceiving Ourselves Emotionally We are in a constant emotional pain cycle We keep on feeling overwhelmed with exactly the same emotions over long periods of time Eg. I am crying all the time because nobody loves me
Eg. I feel hopeless because no matter what I do nothing goes right Eg. I feel depressed because I cannot seem to get a job

Our Law of Attraction does not seem to change
Eg. I feel I am releasing my emotions that cause my cancer, but my cancer is growing
Eg. I feel I am accessing my sadness, but the doctor tells me I may need a bypass
Eg. I feel I am not angry, but people keep doing things that frustrate or annoy me
We project our emotional injuries at others

We need others to listen, to understand, to commiserate, and to feel ‘with us’ or the same as us. We constantly need to tell stories about our life to others
We get angry or resentful towards, or feel hurt from, others
We seek agreement from others, and when we do not receive it, we get angry or hurt
We feel ourselves to be a “Victim”
Using childhood events to justify adult unloving behaviour
Avoiding acknowledgement of responsibility for adult actions by saying I am/was a victim
We keep on externalizing our emotions
Eg. I am upset because the world is such an unloving place
Eg. I am angry because they made an attacking movie about my religion

We avoid living in Truth in certain situations
The Truth always activates our childhood causal or capping emotions
The Truth sets you free by triggering the release of the emotional error within
We create self-deceptive emotions to prevent ourselves from feeling emotional truth
We then justify, minimize or shift the blame to make the lie feel better
We often also avoid living in truth because we want to avoid responsibility or acting in Love (we want others to act first, we do not wish to take responsibility for our actions, we are ashamed of our actions) Eg. I cannot tell the truth because he/she/they will not be able to cope with it Eg. If I tell the truth, things will get worse in my own life
People around us seem to find it difficult to be with us
If we feel all of our own emotions, people around us do not feel the projection of those emotions This results in people around us feeling very comfortable with us
If others find it difficult to be with us (not because we are telling the truth, but because we are “sucking their energy”) then generally we are not allowing our own emotional experience

We ‘create’ emotional drama
All emotional ‘dramas’ are distraction from the real childhood causal emotional events
Emotional dramas