Inner feelings, energy levels and Freedom

Inner feelings, energy levels and Freedom

The human being represents a whole, a complex and complete whole. The components of this ensemble have been described in many ways, including a simplistic one: body, mind, soul.

Hindu philosophy and practical spirituality describe 5 “subtle bodies” or vehicles and their names could be translated as: physical body, energy body, body of emotions, body of intellect and body of higher feelings (supramental).

All this together represents what we might call the “I” or EGO, everything that defines individuality at all levels.

Every human being has all these “components”, but he is conscious, has access and consciously uses only a part. We can talk about an existing potential in each person, to access as much of the whole as possible.

There is a similarity between the degree of access to the whole and the internal level of available energy.

Access to all these components of being and full awareness of them would be 100%.

As human beings, we are “born” in the current “reality” with a sum of limitations (script – destiny – general program of life) and we have partial access, a percentage of 100%, of the whole.

This percentage can also be called the degree of freedom or energy level.

The one who brought a “translation” of this aspect to the world was Lester Levenson, a contemporary master.

He is the one who showed the correlation between inner feelings (emotions, thoughts, behavioral tendencies) and energy levels or in other words, the subjective inner degree of freedom.

These general levels are known as emotional states.

Lester Levenson described 6 emotional states of the “emotional body” or emotional mind, which he called “negative” in the sense that they are perceived as unpleasant, full of misery:


Other 3 “superior” or “positive” emotional states related to the higher feelings part,are:


Every human being is constantly traversed by a complex flow of inner perceptions: physical sensations in the physical body, emotions in the emotional body and thoughts in the body of the intellectual (analytical) mind but also “superior” feelings called “meta feelings” in body level of higher feelings (supramental).

It can be said that life, as a phenomenon, is this flow of inner feelings.

This flow is constantly changing, its components varying from one moment to the next.

The dominance of this mixture of emotions and thoughts, valid for a certain period of time, represents the emotional state..

As human beings, we experience life, live, react to situations and act in accordance with the dominance of inner feelings or the emotional state of that moment in life.

Also, the ability to act appropriately and to appreciate life is related to the subjective inner degree of freedom.

In other words, the emotional state and the inner degree of freedom are fully correlated.

Another great contemporary master, David R. Hawkins, who knew and learned from Lester Levenson, the Sedona Method or Conscious Inner Liberation, developed a more detailed approach to this description, called the Map of Consciousness. .

David R. Hawkins measured by kinesiology and assigned emotional states or levels of consciousness and some numbers, which allow a more analytical understanding. This describes a scale from 20 (shame) to 700-1000 (enlightement).

It is easy to see that the emotional states described by Lester Levenson are found in the map of David R. Hawkins, they are detailed with additional subcategories.

The correlation between emotional states, the available energy level of the being and the Hawkins scale, can be seen here:

The basic observation, which can draw useful conclusions, is that the level of energy available for the development of life is low in the case of low emotional states and high in the case of high ones.

The available energy level is directly proportional to the inner degree of freedom.

In other words, the higher the dominant emotional state, the freer and easier the feeling with which we live our lives.

Another significant correlation can be made between the level of energy available for life and the inner feeling I CAN (depends on me) or in the mirror I CANNOT (does not depend on me).

It is easy to see that in Apathy, I CAN is very small or non-existent and I CANNOT be maximum, while in “superior” emotional states, I CAN is predominant.

Success in life, achieving personal goals and the ease with which we carry out our current activities is closely related to the percentage of “I CAN” of the inner content.

Lester Levenson, the one who gave to the world the Sedona Method or Conscious Inner Liberation, proved in his own life and passed on to others, the simplest way in which a human being can constantly live the state of well-being, happiness. .

The essence of the process used in the method refers to an inner ascent through the described emotional states.

The first step is, of course, the awareness about the dominant emotional state we are in.

This can be done in an easy way by completing the test:

Or it can be measured externally by kinesiology or dowsing, but in this way, it does not bring direct awareness.

The awareness about the current emotional state, allows the use of Conscious Inner Liberation to “move” or ascend to higher emotional states, with a higher vibrational level and degree of freedom, bringing with it a feeling of well-being and ease in life.

More details about the method:

The inner content of each one (sensations, emotions, thoughts) as well as the sum of reactions and behaviors are determined by the unconscious mental programs and in the ordinary state of consciousness there is no control over them.

The description of emotional states or levels of consciousness, helps in self-diagnosis and allows a superior understanding of human nature.

It is worth remembering that we can be in different emotional states in connection with different areas of life. For example, we may show courage, boldness in running a business or career and feel completely powerless in a problematic couple relationship.

Finding the dominant emotional state, from which we start to ascend, requires a careful observation of how we feel, be and react and act.

The dominant emotional state shows the quality of life, the coefficient of well-being at all human being levels.

It is increasingly evident for the current perception, the influence of repressed “negative” emotions as a causal factor of dysfunctions and diseases that manifest in the physical body. The term used is psycho-somatic illness.

In fact, these aspects have been known since ancient times in traditional medicine of various origins: traditional Chinese medicine, Ayurveda.

There are precise correlations between the nature of repressed emotions and the part of the physical body affected by the disease.

And it obviously correlates the “positive” emotions and those “meta feelings” with a good state of health of the body and a harmony in the functioning of the whole body – emotions – mind.

About superior emotional states and wellbeing state

The state of well-being is felt only by contrast, when the unpleasant emotions from the first 6 emotional states have been released, they have disappeared. The state of GOOD is the general feeling opposite to the state of suffering. However, both are complex feelings, states.

Higher emotional states are characterized by a high level of available energy, because only a small amount of energy is needed to suppress unpleasant emotions.

How do we get or find again the state of wellbeing?

It is essentially about becoming attentive and aware of the dominance of the inner content at a given time (what do I feel and what am I thinking now?) Plus the feeling of discomfort – aversion to that momentary feeling and then simply deciding whether to keep (we hold on) to that something or we release it (we let it go). The decision to consciously release an unpleasant emotion, “moves” us instantly to a higher level, the inner perception being easy, free and better.

This constant practice allows an “ascent” on the scale of emotional states until the state of well-being, inner peace becomes prevalent.

This process of inner ascension can take days, weeks or months depending on your personal script and aspiration for freedom.

Lester Levenson said that after the spontaneous discovery of the method of Conscious Inner Liberation (Sedona Method), in the first phase of a few weeks, the physical body healed and then continuing the process for a few more weeks, PEACE was installed in his being: “I stepped into PEACE . ”

And those who knew him more closely said of him that he remained in PEACE for the rest of his life. Lester Levenson also said that if it took him about two months to “cleanse” his mind and reach PEACE without a method (because only then had he discovered it empirically), then everyone else would. be enough a few weeks now.

When PEACE is predominant, the whole life, the way life unfolds in all its aspects: health (good functioning of the physical body), resources necessary for life (money, housing, food, etc.), relationships (couple, family, society ), occupation (job, business, career, profession), inner transformation (personal development, spiritual evolution), flows in a more harmonious and easier way.

The whole life is lived with an inner feeling of full reconciliation and integration in EVERYTHING.


It can be described as a lack of emotions, impassivity, lack of interest in life, indifference.

It has the lowest place on the scale of emotional states (David R. Hawkins describes guilt and shame as being below).

The human being in this emotional state ends up like this, because he uses almost all his energy to suppress – he represses painful, unpleasant, negative feelings. And the general behaviors are characterized by this lack of energy, the declared perception being of: accentuated and continuous fatigue, inner drying and inability to initiate actions. Other words that describe this state are inertia and automatism. The people here are generally tired and cynical, considering that they will not get better in life and therefore do not try. The inner feeling can be described as: “I pretend to be dead, that maybe in this way I will be left alone” and the total lack of control in my life.

The key words that describe the inner experience of APATHY are:

APATHY remedies:

Outside: regular exercise, nature walks, discussions with friends, volunteer activities – services for others, caring for a pet.

Inside: the practice of Conscious Inner Liberation: attend a webinar – a workshop or get a coaching session.


It can be described as a strong emotional suffering, caused by a loss (of something or someone), a serious injury or a very difficult life situation.

This emotional state, although collapsed inside, offers a little more energy than apathy, this energy being channeled for inner contraction as a reaction to feeling hurt.

Grief brings with it a high degree of emotional anesthesia and an ignorance of the external “reality”, a state of absence. The attention is directed mainly inwards and aimed at pain and helplessness. There is a huge inner pressure, repressed energy that can erupt into manifestations – untimely emotional expressions.

It can manifest as a total inner blockage, a lack of availability to express pain out of a sense of false loyalty to the reasons for the pain.

The keywords that describe the inner experience of GRIEF are:

GRIEF remedies:

Outside: allow yourself to cry liberally, talk to someone about how you feel, stay in the company of loving people, do volunteer activities – something disinterested in others

Inside: the practice of Conscious Inner Liberation: attend a webinar – a workshop or get a coaching session.


It can be described as an inner feeling with different degrees of intensity, anxiety and agitation determined by the presence or proximity of a danger. Depending on the degree of intensity, it can be called: restlessness, anxiety, fear or panic.

Fear can be experienced both in the presence of an obvious danger that is in progress or that would occur, but also when that danger is not present but is only mentally evoked.

The energy that manifests in this emotional state is chaotic and blocks the ability to analyze and think, leaving room for a very low level of discernment.

Fear is accompanied by many manifestations in the physical body: sensations of contraction and pressure, sore throat, dry mouth, wet hands, sweating, nausea and brings an inability to coherent action, a temporary “paralysis”.

Fear is the expression of an unconscious mechanism of survival, often described by the phrase: “fight or flee.”

The keywords that describe the inner experience of FEAR are:

FEAR remedies:

Outside: take a walk, talk to someone about how you feel, evaluate the situation in the most logical way possible and act appropriately, avoid aggravating an existing dangerous situation.

Inside: the practice of Conscious Inner Liberation: attend a webinar – a workshop or get a coaching session.


It can be described as a feeling of irresistible desire to have something or someone, to benefit from something that will delight your senses or to be in a certain way.

This emotional state has a level of energy that keeps us “moving” in life. The objects of desires are those that make us move towards obtaining them. Although it seems to be an emotional state full of energy, most of it is blocked by repression, remaining available for now only about 20%.

This energy blockage derives from the two constituent parts: I WANT but I CAN’T (I couldn’t) HAVE.

The dual emotional manifestation of lust is accompanied by frustration and lack and often leads to guilt.

There is an educational tendency to repress, mask, hide desires and this practice leads in the long run to guilt and shame, and further, to an inability to enjoy the object of desires when they are fulfilled. There is a strong inner conflict between the unconscious tendency to consider lust (desire) as “negative” and the conscious tendency to consider it as beneficial – “positive”.

This conflict is perpetuated in all actions and methodologies used to achieve life goals.

There is a predominant emphasis on keeping in mind the object of desire or the image of the target and even erroneously impregnating this image with the energy of desire. The unconscious component related to the object of desire is overlooked, which often proves to be deeply limiting and generates major difficulties related to achieving the goal.

One of Lester Levenson’s fundamental discoveries can be summarized as follows: WANTING = LACK.

In other words, on the way to fulfilling the desire, we feed ourselves with the fuel of lack and this makes the whole journey difficult and unpredictable.

In this emotional state other inner phenomena are manifested:

  • the duet: expectation – disappointment
  • self-disapproval, in connection with fulfilling the object of our desire or with the inability to succeed in this endeavor.

The “positive” part of this emotional state is that it provides the energy needed to move to the next stage, to the next emotional state. The object of desire can be: acceptance, peace, complete freedom or enlightenment.

Desires can be seen as stratified: surface and varying degrees of depth. The most conscious analysis of surface desires leads us by discernment to the conclusion that what we actually want unconsciously is: to be loved and appreciated, to have a sense of inner power and control (I can – it depends on me) and we we feel safe. And at the deepest level we want to be completely free and happy, unlimited, unconditional.

The keywords that describe the inner experience of LUST (desire) are:

LUST remedies:

Outside: observe and analyze the desires that cross you, going deep, allow yourself to “dream”, make a list of your wishes (wish list) and a graphic expression of them (wish board)


  • the practice of Conscious Inner Liberation: attend a webinar – a workshop or get a coaching session.
  • Learn how to use the method of Conscious Inner Liberation to achieve your life goals


It can be described as a very agitated inner feeling, full of resentment, related to a real or imagined aggression and accompanied by a desire for revenge or to obtain a satisfaction from the aggressor.

The energy available in this emotional state is obviously higher because less is used for repression. It is an emotional state in which the expression of emotions is most often obvious and strong.

However, anger is an emotion we fear and as a result we constantly seek to repress it. The consequence of repressing anger is that we later plunge into pain and apathy. In this way a vicious circle of “negative” emotions is born.

It is increasingly evident for the current perception, the influence of repressed “negative” emotions as a causal factor of dysfunctions and diseases that manifest in the physical body. The term used is psycho-somatic illness. Emotions repressed from emotional states: apathy, pain, fear and anger are those involved in the mechanism of most diseases.

The keywords that describe the inner feeling of ANGER are:

ANGER remedies:

Outside: direct your energy to non-destructive activities: running or cycling, hitting a punching bag or pillow, doing gymnastics, playing tennis, etc., talk about your emotions – express them verbally, write a letter about the situation that determines you anger, ask for help


  • the practice of Conscious Inner Liberation: attend a webinar – a workshop or get a coaching session.
  • Learn how to use the method of Conscious Inner Liberation to achieve your life goals


It can be described as an exaggerated feeling of self-esteem, a too high self-perception.

It is the emotional state of those who have achieved something and want this achievement to be recognized but who do not allow anyone else to achieve something better and seek to keep them behind. It is a form of exacerbated satisfaction.

At the same time, this emotional state is a state of blockage because paradoxically the satisfaction of current achievements is an obstacle to move forward.

From the point of view of the ratio of available energy to energy used for repression, they are almost equal.

The “positive” part of this emotional state is the feeling of success and having a high level of energy available. The “negative” part is the tendency to be stuck, too satisfied with oneself and one’s achievements, too unwilling to learn and experiment and unwilling to observe and analyze one’s inner strengths.

Thus, we can say that the emotional state of PRIDE is a kind of stationary level, from which the ascent to higher levels of consciousness seems more difficult and requires major challenges from life.

Pride has many aspects, some of them very subtle and seductive. These aspects can be realized, answering honestly and actively to questions such as: what am I proud of (list): money, goods, family, position, power, etc., who I judge, to whom I consider myself better, smarter , more civilized, more educated, more mannered, better raised, more handsome, who I would like to stop from what he does or who I would like to fail, who I would like to be away from – not to be around me, to whom do I oppose or who do I reject, who do I envy, who do I not like, what social mask do I wear?

The keywords describing the inner experience of PRIDE are:

PRIDE remedies:

Outside: differentiate between satisfaction and vain pride, evaluate yourself sincerely, cultivate an inner sense of equality with others, observe what you like and dislike in life and adjust your attitude towards them, use criticism constructively , empower them and support others, seek to see the positive side of others.

Inside: the practice of Conscious Inner Liberation: attend a webinar – a workshop or get a coaching session.


This emotional state can be described as the fearless inner attitude of boldness in life.

Courage does not mean the absence of fear but the ability to act decisively despite fear.

A relevant criterion in terms of courage is the ability to act!

It is also the ability to see apparent obstacles as solvable, possibly overcome.

The emotional state called COURAGE can be expressed as follows: I CAN – IT DEPENDS ON ME!

The inner state and attitude of courage is a fundamental characteristic of human finites, which comes to the surface and becomes available again when emotions are released from “inferior” emotional states.

The keywords describing the inner experience of COURAGE are:

One can speak of several levels of courage depending on the predominance of the inner feeling. I CAN – IT DEPENDS ON ME. We could measure this by balancing the percentage of I CAN and I CANNOT coexist at any given time, as internal content. The more I CAN predominate, the higher my courage.

The energy available in this case being high, with a higher level of courage, we can “move” in life dynamically, intuitively and deeply appropriate.


It can be described as the ability to receive everything that happens with openness and goodwill, with an attitude of reconciliation, of being in agreement, of superior understanding.

It is an emotional state with a very high level of available energy and is characterized by what we call love for oneself and others alike in the absence of judgment or criticism.

It is the exercise of high-level discernment through which you can see at the same time the fundamentally good and unlimited part of any being and you can see the disturbed aspects as an expression of the unconscious ignorance that appeared through mental programs.

The emotional state of ACCEPTANCE is accompanied by a very high degree of freedom and a prevalent sense of self-administration.

The keywords describing the inner experience of ACCEPTANCE are:


It can be described as a state of undisturbed mind, the absence of any inner conflict, calm, serenity.

This emotional state is the essence of being.

It can be said that the goal by which we seek to release disturbing emotions from other emotional states is to obtain inner PEACE..

In this inner state, all energy is available and everything is possible, just as everything that happens is exactly as it needs to be.

The keywords describing the inner experience of PEACE are:

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