“Over the last few months my parents’ dog’s health was declining. I was very close to him. On Friday my Dad called to say he probably didn’t have long. I began to release on huge amounts of negative emotions and decided to use this opportunity to release as much as I could around my fear of dying. I stayed with him a few hours on Friday and Saturday and found him passed on when I arrived Sunday.Throughout the ordeal I released as best I could, including my memories of other pet deaths I’ve been through. There were many times that I felt overwhelmed with negative emotions. On Monday morning I felt empty and dissociated. By Monday afternoon I felt pretty normal and I felt happiness thinking about him and neutral on my images of him as he struggled to hold on. I’ve still got some releasing to do on the experience, but I know that without using The Release Technique I would have felt devastated, depressed, and numb; stuck right down in Apathy, Fear, and Grief. Instead I’m in CAP.” – T.M.
Releasing helps grieving process
Mar 27, 2012