12-Zones of Emotions

When people think of voice prints, they often imagine wave patterns on an oscilloscope. But the data used in a voice print is a sound spectrogram, not a wave form. A spectrogram is a graph placing a sound’s frequency on the vertical axis and time on the horizontal. Different speech sounds and tones create different shapes within the graph. Spectrograms also use colors (or 256 shades of grey) to represent the most subtle acoustical qualities in the sound of your own unique voice.

Zone 1: Center Brain – Unacknowledged vs. Self Validation

Head Region: Thinking /Thoughts

The perception of being unacknowledged or undervalued manifests in stuck patterns of denial, avoidance, and mistrust. There may be an avoidance of or an inability to recognize and accept unpleasant realities, especially for those that struggle with the perceptions of being undervalued. There may be an inability to trust and accept ones own evaluation. Insights and other intuitive abilities may be constrained. Read More…

Zone 2: Right Brain – Repetitive vs. Creative thinking

Head Region: Thinking /Thoughts

Repetitive thoughts may occur if limitations are created to right brain access. The left “logical” brain can run in endless repeating circuits without the right “emotional” brain to filter out valueless thoughts. Your reception of new thoughts and creative solutions may be inhibited and artistic abilities and concrete thinking hampered. Read More…

Zone 3: Left Brain – Depression vs. Inner Peace

Head Region: Thinking /Thoughts

A depressed individual’s thoughts tend to focus on past events with the intention of “sorting out” or “making sense” of them in order to “solve” problems or negative experiences or emotions. Such analysis may be conscious or subconscious, and may be manifested by dreaming symbolically about facing and/or overcoming challenges. Energy levels drop as energy is routed toward ineffective problem solving efforts and the pituitary gland may be affected. Physical and sexual appetite may be suppressed though the individual may turn to indulgence as one of a diminished number of remaining pleasures. Read More…

Zone 4: Throat – Emotionally Disconnected vs. Emotionally Integrated

Thorax Region: Emotion / Energetic

Emotional disconnection leaves an individual with only limited ability to experience and express a wide variety of emotions. The individual may or may not have opinions they wish to express. Alternately, they may be enamored with logical analysis, enjoy “clever” humor with little connection to joy or mirth, and converse in great detail about topics even well after the audience’s interest has waned. Read More…

Zone 5: Heart – Self Critical vs. Self Love

Thorax Region: Emotion / Energetic

Self Criticism involves hardness of the heart and its accompanying decreased awareness of emotions. The individual turns these criteria inwardly and outwardly and experiences an inability to trust, feel loved, and to extend love and compassion to others. Read More…

Zone 6: Thymus – Conditional Love vs. Unconditional Love

Thorax Region: Emotion / Energetic

Conditional Love toward others is caused by an immature emotional foundation which uses rewards and punishments in an attempt to communicate expectations designed to supply the individual’s emotional needs. Punishments are often passive-aggressive in nature such as the silent treatment and withering glances or disapproving comments. The individual usually feels justified in their judgments and often builds a convincing case that they are right and others are wrong. Read More…

Zone 7: Solar Plexus – Anger vs. Acceptance of Change

Solar Plexus Region: Feeling / Response

Subconscious anger-related stress may be observed as a propensity toward anger from even the smallest inconveniences or violations of the individual’s expectations. Road rage is a common example. The individual may or may not recognize the anger as irrational, and may or may not strike out verbally or otherwise. Read More…

Zone 8: Pancreas – Overwhelming Fear vs. Accountability

Solar Plexus Region: Feeling / Response

When life’s demands feel overwhelming, one’s capacity for joy and pleasure may be inhibited. This may lead to overworking and taking life too seriously and logically in an effort to “get ahead” and break free from these stressful external situations. The individual may be impatient, have diminished sense of humor, and feel anger from others or from within. Fear frequently accompanies feelings of being overwhelmed. Read More…

Zone 9: Liver – Repressed Anger vs. Self-Expression

Solar Plexus Region: Feeling / Response

Fear of confrontation and unwillingness to express emotions may lead to rejection, ridicule, or other conflict that robs the individual of self protection. This vulnerability may lead to anger designed to empower self defense, though the anger may also be suppressed. These suppressions lead to frustration, general apprehension, anxiety, discouragement, manic depression, stubbornness, lack of self-approval, vulnerability, a sense of futility, a tendency to “fix” others and external situations in an effort to find satisfaction, and thoughts of suicide. Read More…

Zone 10: Navel – Unworthy/Undeserving vs. Self-Accepting

Pelvic Region: Belief /Identity

The belief that an individual is undeserving of love may lead to the perception or reality that one’s love is rejected. The absence of self-love may also result in self-defeating behaviors which obstruct the ability to acquire physical comforts and achieve goals whose attainment would conflict with this subconscious belief of unworthiness. Read More…

Zone 11: Root – Rigid beliefs vs. Possibilities

Pelvic Region: Belief/Identity

Rigid beliefs act as an attempt to make the world seem more solid and secure by solidifying opinions about which behaviors are acceptable and how things “should” be. Individuals who experience Zone 11 stress may be inflexible, uncooperative listeners who find disagreements uncomfortable or intolerable because they touch on subtle underlying insecurities. Those who exhibit extreme Zone 11 stress are likely to be:

  1. Perfectionists who require meticulous order for peace of mind
  2. High-strung overachievers whose enthusiasm can alienate others
  3. Highly dedicated to principles especially regarding justice and truth

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Zone 12: Crown – Conflicting Beliefs vs. Congruent Belief

Pelvic Region: Belief /Identity

Conflicting beliefs and values refers to the disparity between an individual’s conscious belief/value and his or her actions. Conflicting beliefs may block an individual’s connection to inspiration and faith as well as limiting his or her sense of being present and grounded. The person may come across as spacey, contrary, or demanding. Blockages in any other zone may impede functionality in zone 12. Read More…