Integrate Your Emotions is a guide to emotional wholeness and wellbeing. It has two functions; it sets out to elucidate the nature and functions of our emotions, and provides clear instructions and examples how to handle them and keep them in a healthy balance. The author stresses the fact that emotions have a kaleidoscopic nature, that all emotions are interlocked and that balance is vital to emotions in the sense that they assume a negative and devastating character when being repressed and getting out of balance.
The author demonstrates in this cutting-edge selfhelp guide that sexual misconduct is regularly the result of people mishandling their emotions. In fact, in our culture there is a huge knowledge gap about the art of emotional balance and wellbeing. This is so because the bioenergetic nature of emotions is veiled or outright rejected; this means emotions are not seen as what they are, that is, flowing streams of vital energy that are part of our luminous body. In addition, emotions are often misconstrued by our mainstream science and psychology as static elements of cognition.
The book proposes effective solutions both for the individual quest for emotional sanity and for forging new and effective social and legal policies for handling emotional flow within society at large, and with the ultimate objective to regulate our social and sexual conduct responsibly and without the need of law enforcement, coercion and monolithic state control.
The audience for this guide is both professional and the lay audience, including those who are directly concerned and who have a problem with handling their emotional flow. The need for solutions to our emotional problems is not only an individual quest, but also a matter of public hygiene. It results from our collective denial of the basic patterns of living. This collective denial resulted in our messing up the code of life, thereby bringing about large-scale perversion and violence. The social and legal policies in place for handling sexual misconduct are largely ineffective because they are based on the ignorance of the bioenergetic nature of human sexuality.