The Emotion Code

Would you like free yourself of emotions that drag you down? Many of these emotions have been trapped in your body for years. The Emotion Code is the simplest way to release your emotional baggage, helping you to feel freer, happier, and healthier!

With an Emotion Code session you can discover and release trapped emotions, which will help your body’s natural ability to heal itself, often resulting in a reversal of the disease process and a disappearance of emotional and physical ailments. The Emotion Code has been able to help all kinds of difficulties, including but not limited to all those listed on the chart below.

The Emotion Code is non-invasive, totally safe, and requires very little time and effort on your part. No dredging up the past is required, which makes it very cost effective compared to other kinds of therapy.

Your subconscious mind, the ultra-intelligent computer system of the body, knows everything about you and just what you need to be happy and healthy. Through specific questioning and muscle testing (kinesiology) trapped emotions are identified and released. One of the best parts of the Emotion Code is removing the Heart-Wall. The Heart-Wall is created by the subconscious mind in order to protect the heart from grievous injury.

The technique was created and refined by a chiropractor, Dr. Bradley Nelson, who realized that his patients’ aches and pains were more than just physically based—they were emotional. Dr. Nelson coined the phrase “trapped emotions” – negative energies that become trapped in the body during intense emotional events. Because the body is actually made of pure energy, the negative energy of trapped emotions can exert a damaging force on the body, which worsens over time. Trapped Emotions can cause pain, self-sabotage, emotional problems and call kinds of malfunction and disease.

So please call me at 203.544.8122, text 203.648.0066, or email me at dana@creativecounselingtherapies.com to set up a free 15-minute consultation. I would like the opportunity to answer any questions you may have about the therapy process, or if there is anything else I can help you with. I look forward to speaking with you.

Thank you.