Sharing The ‘Emotion Code’ (Trapped Emotions)

Day 7 on ‘Sharing The ‘Emotion Code’ (Trapped Emotions)’ of ‘Emotions’ Chapter

From ‘Remembering’ Series

[Listen to the audio with alignment at the end]

“The doctor of the future will give no medicine,

but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame,

in diet and in the cause and prevention of disease.”

Thomas A. Edison


Preface: I remember the time when I wanted to understand more about my emotions, I spent half of my day reading this book :”The Emotion Code”‘s essence and I realised how important it is to be aware of our trapped emotions. Dr. Bradley shared a lot of case studies from the people he encountered over the years with this process called ‘The Emotion Code’. Hereby, sharing some gists of the book today.

The following sharing is some of the important points I have learned from Dr. Bradley Nelson’s book “The Emotion Code.” With the intention to explore different perspectives of emotions.

Self reflection:

“Do you put up with your pain and to live with it?

When we simply cannot find a solution or reason for the pain, we would choose to live with it.

Dr. Bradley Nelson mentioned how everyone has trapped emotions as we all experienced difficult situations in life. Even a bad day can produce a trapped emotion. So, pain is the way where our body tell us that there is a problem and we need to pay attention.

Since ancient times, the art of healing is understand that disease is caused by imbalances in the body and trapped emotions are the most common type of imbalance human beings suffered from, either directly or indirectly.

Note that every organism will respond to positive or negative stimuli, like how a plant grows toward sunlight and away from darkness. Therefore, on a subconscious level, the human body is no different where our body will be drawn toward positive things and away from negative ideas or things.

Will time heals all wounds? Not really, because the emotions are within our body if we do not release it.

Trapped emotions and physical pain

Trapped emotions are energy manifested in physical form or remain invisible to us.

Ancient physicians discover people with certain dominated emotions would have correspond to certain physical ailments. Like people who constantly experience anger would seemed to suffer from liver and gallbladder issues. People who experience excess grief would suffer from lung or colon issues. While fearful people seemed to have kidney and bladder issues.

When we feel the emotions, various organs of the body seem to produce the emotions we felt. When we feel fear, our kidneys or bladder are creating certain energy or vibration. When we feel grief, our lungs or colon produce certain energy.

So, if you have a disfunction or imbalanced organ, the emotion created by that organ will be more intense. The emotion may come from our liver, but it may rest anywhere in our body, vibrating at its own frequency which cause surrounding tissue to vibrate at the same frequency. This phenomenon is called resonance, which we have shared in ‘Silence & Sound‘ chapter.

The Emotion Code Chart

Thoughts are energy and powerful

Remember on the quantum world where we are made of atoms which are 99.99999% energy of empty spaces. So, the thoughts we created are made of energy. Like how some mothers could intuitively feel her children’s pain.

How powerful is our thoughts?

Experiments show how thoughts can directly influence the growth rate of plants and even bacteria.

Studies shown how one thoughts with intention can impact someone else whether they are nearby or separated all around the world. Where most of the energy work are simply based on intention, focus and some techniques to heal others.

Thus, it shows how important is our own internal thoughts on ourselves. What do you say to yourself? The symptoms of our body pain tells us something is wrong, if we ignore it or take painkillers, the louder our body’s communication will be.

So, the better we listen to our body’s communication, the faster we can pinpoint the problem so we could release the trapped emotions.

How your thoughts affect others

While our own thoughts have significant impact on our own state of energy, with negative thoughts bringing a weakening effect on our body’s organs and tissues, our thoughts can impact others too.

Just like how an agitated person can affect the other people of the same room, by sending strong vibration to the room, thus, the others would start vibrating at the same frequency.

As we are so connected with each other, we do take on other’s feelings and emotional energy as if we are absorbing this emotion. He mentioned how sometimes a trapped emotion can also occur in the womb.

“Remember, “Ask, and you shall receive; knock, and it shall be opened to you.”

Talk to your body & ask your subconscious

I love how Dr. Bradley Nelson shared his Emotion Code process where we ask our subconscious mind to determine where and which trapped emotion exists in our body and to release it.

Kindly read his book for more details on the process and how we can do self-testing from our own body to identify then release with magnets or tuning forks.

The good news is, when you released an emotion, you are releasing yourself and freeing the past generations with the future generations.

PS: Dr. Bradley also mentioned, how we can use The Emotion Code to release trapped emotions from animals too.

For me, I wish to explore more on the magnets and tuning forks. Knowing how thoughts and emotions can affect our physical health, I hope this deepen your awareness to consistently bring consciousness in whatever you do.

May we be willing to be wrong and be willing to let others be wrong. May we welcome and engage with our emotions to shift from imbalance to balance. May we identify our trapped emotions and release it for good.

Next, we will look into the connections of emotions and organs.

Feeling,

Abhya

Published by Abbhya 阿比亚 Pan Vic Qi

One sharing and supporting unity consciousness

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