Have you ever thought about how people actually deal with emotional problems? These invisible feelings that we all have? As a human behavioral specialist I’ve witnessed thousands of ways people deal with their issues, such as:

  • Keeping it to themselves
  • Secretly resenting certain people
  • Openly resenting or expressing frustration
  • Sweeping it under the rug, forget and move on
  • Using distractions (drugs, alcohol, hobbies, food, etc)
  • Holding Grudges
  • Internal Dialogue
  • talking with friends and family, or counselors and mentors.
  • Practicing positivity
  • forgiving someone
  • practicing zen and neutrality
  • getting revenge to fix the wrong doing

The list goes on; but i’m sure you have at one point or another you have at least done one or more of the above, if not regularly. The truth is, dealing with emotions is not formally taught in school or life and the best we get is advice from people as we grow up (which could be both negative or positive and form deep roots in our development) on top of experience that we get through traversing the ups and downs of life.

Amazing right? Like shouldn’t this be a basic life skill? Wait what? You’re saying theres actually ways to deal with this like a math problem. Yes… yes there is. Most people grow up learning through  human experience & advice at best, limited to what our parents know if its early age, or your best resources as an adult.

The term emotional baggage sums it up pretty well because when emotional problems are not resolved, they start to weigh down on you. It has become the accepted norm to have emotional baggage, but emotions are kind of hard to keep track of because you cannot see them. It’s not like your body or something you can touch and see physically. You can only feel it, but it can get complex, come and go, and be like a blender of chaos.

The important thing to understand though is that your “mental state” CAN be damaged, just like a physical injury, be painful, and cause long term effects. Stress for example is invisible, but if it were to be visible you would literally see heat burning someone, because that is what stress is doing to your internal “mental” body just as all of these emotions that are unresolved are causing scarring and other effects.

The first step is to become aware, when you are aware you can start to dissolve the charge. And that’s where we come in.

How would you like to be able to get rid of all your emotional baggage? It doesn’t matter what kind of emotional issue you have, the whole bag can disappear. Death of a loved one, someone treated you badly, trauma, depression, guilt, shame, you name it.

The problem with most personal development gurus these days is they promote positive thinking and not a true resolution to the problem. They don’t resolve the issue at the core, in  act most are actually causing more harm because they teach you to seeing yourself in different perception instead of coming to balance with love. You could say that is more like redirection.

We know because if an emotional issue is not truly dissolved, because it ALWAYS comes back and you know it.

The d-method is a scientifically proven method that truly dissolves your emotional issues at the core. It does not wipe it away, it truly lets you come to terms with what happened by seeing both sides. It does not require talking or anything related to the person who negatively affected you, because it’s all about you.

When you utilize the tool, you will no longer be haunted by your emotional traumas, and any new ones that come in can also be neutralized.

When you do this long enough, you will reach start to reach emotional mastery. Can you imagine what that would feel like?