In this groundbreaking book, Marti Murphy takes us on a deep dive into our emotional landscape. We come installed with a full palette of emotions, but our culture teaches us that some are bad and should not be felt.
Marti calls them forbidden emotions.
Emotions we tell ourselves are not okay to feel because we learned to reject them. Hatred. Rage. Despair. Even joy. The list goes on.
What happens when you slowly feel deeper? It frees your physical body from all your suppressed emotions. You heal emotionally, spiritually, even physically.
Marti tells the story of a client who, after delving deeper into their emotions and negative beliefs, helped heal a deadly physical ailment. It is a testament to the power of feeling your emotions.
In Forbidden Emotions, Marti unmasks what emotional health can mean and shows how a surprising, slightly strange, but highly effective mind-body technique assists in creating inner freedom.
This book is real, raw, and rewarding. It is a must-read, but only if you want improved health, better relationships, and a more fulfilled life.
Meet the Author
Marti Murphy is an Emotional Fitness Coach, Certified EFT Practitioner, and Psychosomatics Practitioner (Body/Mind Connection).
Marti has been a life-long spiritual junkie, but nothing worked until she identified her forbidden emotions.
She was exhausting herself “trying” to think positive, under highly stressful financial circumstances, and it wasn’t working. When she gave up “trying” to change, she accessed her forbidden emotions. Forbidden emotions that were attached to her most negative thoughts.
As she gave these emotions full expression, she felt better without “trying” to think positive, and her life changed for the better.
She now specializes in helping her clients resolve conflicts in their personal and business lives, opening their eyes to their forbidden emotions. This helps allow guidance and direction to come through, creating inspired action. As this happens, life unfolds with more grace and ease.
For more information about Marti please call 505-220-0295 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.