The Emotion Code

By acknowledging that all matter is simply energy that vibrates at different speeds, our commonality with all things—animal, vegetable, mineral, water, everything— is recognized. This recognition allows us to understand in simplest terms how our bodies reflect and react to all inner and outer energies and vice versa. A beautiful illustration of this principle is Dr. Masaru Emoto’s research on water and how music, our thoughts and our words can change or affect the molecular structure of it.

Emotions are energy too and since the body is made of pure energy, it is best to nurture it with positive thoughts and feelings for it to function with ease and harmony. Good whole foods, clean water, stretching, fresh air and good thoughts are high vibrational energies that help support a healthy body, while depressing thoughts, poor food and water choices, along with environmental toxicities, are low or negative energies that can manifest all sorts of negative behaviors and self-sabotage, as well as chronic and acute aches and pains or diseases, such as headaches, digestive issues, inflammation, high blood pressure, arthritis, impotence, insomnia, addictions and diabetes, among others.

Dr. Bradley Nelson’s realization of all this led him to create the Emotion Code. He coined the phrase “trapped emotions” to identify negative energies that wreak havoc as they become lodged in our cellular tissues from any of the stresses mentioned above. The Emotion Code is designed to discover and release any and all trapped emotion or energy to allow the body to heal and rebalance. This clearing can result in a reversal of the disease process and a disappearance of emotional and physical ailments.

It is a simple and brilliant method that bypasses the conscious mind and goes directly to the all-knowing subconscious. The subconscious mind knows what is needed to create health and well-being, and is accessed by using specific questioning and muscle testing to identify issues that can be released. Once identified, trapped emotions are released using a combination of therapeutic magnets and Chinese medicine principles. A magnet acts as a powerful carrier of the therapists’ intention to release the emotion. When that magnified intention energy is placed into the body via the Governing Meridian, it flows through the body instantly and releases the emotion.

Results are often felt immediately, but depend on how many trapped emotions there are and how quickly a person’s body responds. It is non-invasive, requires very little time or effort and no dredging up of the past.

To experience or learn more about The Emotion Code, contact Peter Seymore Howe at 508- 838-1101 or

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