The Emotion Code

The Emotion Code is easy to understand, simple to use, and often quite breathtaking in it’s powerful ability to free us from our emotional baggage

How many times have you heard someone use the phrase “emotional baggage” in reference to another person? And what is emotional baggage, anyway? Is it real? And if so, can we do anything about it? The energy healing community has been removing emotional baggage very effectively for years now using a remarkably simple healing method in a new field that is often referred to as “energy psychology.”

We know from quantum physics that your body is ultimately nothing but a very complex energy field. When you are feeling a very strong negative emotion such as anger, grief or resentment, you are actually experiencing a precise frequency of vibrational energy that is unique to that emotion. If this emotional vibration is powerful enough, it may prove to be too much for the physical body, and part of this energy may become “trapped” in your body. We refer to this as a “Trapped Emotion,” and have found that this is actually what your “emotional baggage” consists of.”

Using a form of biofeedback known as muscle-testing, a series of simple questions are asked to quickly uncover the exact emotion that has become trapped. We rely completely on the subconscious mind to give us the answers about what our emotional baggage actually is. Consciously, we know very little about what emotions we may be harboring, but the subconscious mind is fully aware of all you have been through and knows precisely what your emotional baggage is.

One example is from an Emotion Code Practitioner from Australia, who wrote:
A client of mine suffered from fear of heights. When he was 4 years old his father put him on top of the fridge and told him to jump, and that he would catch him. Well, S jumped but the father did not catch him and his words were, “This is to teach you never to trust anyone, not even your father.”
I worked on him in person and he visited me at our home, which is on an island. Unbeknownst to me, in the beginning when crossing the bridge he had to concentrate and look only straight ahead. One day, after our first session, he said, “Wow, I did not know that bridge was so beautiful and the river was just magic.” After 4 sessions his fear got better and this is what he sent to me:

“Great news! As you know Hindmarsh Island Bridge is a breeze for me to cross now, but today I was able to stand on an A frame ladder, with my shoes SIX FEET above the ground. Unbelievable, Wow!! I had no symptoms of fear or nervousness. Normally I am so weak in the legs that I have to get down as I can’t stand. Feeling faint, visions of me falling and hurting myself, memories of my father’s cruel act; it has all gone! And I can’t thank you enough, I haven’t felt this way all over and all inside for a long long time. The highest I could go was a meter and that was bad enough.


“I lost count of how many times I went up that ladder, as I couldn’t believe it, and had to keep testing myself out (must have been a lot, my leg muscles are sore). I really felt good up there, like all the baggage is starting to drop off the shoulders, a great feeling! Once again, a big thank you, thank you, thank you!”

Helga Campbell ~ Goolwa, South Australia


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