• Jenny Swanson

The Emotion Code

Ever heard of the Emotion Code? I had not until a friend introduced me to the book and concept in August of 2019. From there, I went to being very intrigued to wanting to experience the process for myself. After my first experience with Emotion Code, I decided this would be the next certification I would work towards.

The Emotion Code was created by Dr. Brad Nelson, a chiropractor that recognized his patients were coming in with the same pains each time. At some point he had divine guidance and realized that there was something more going on that met the eye. That something more ended up being trapped emotions. Dr. Brad realized that our body has the ability to energetically store emotions that can appear in the form of physical symptoms over time. These emotions would become trapped at times when the body was unable to process them and be stored until we had the ability or knowledge to release and process them properly.

My personal experience with Emotion Code has been profound. I have noticed the slightest shifts at times all the way to monumental shifts. One of the massive shifts was releasing fear of speaking my truth and then the very next day creating my website and publishing it; something that I had been literally putting off for a year.

Learning about the Emotion Code has probably been one of the best gifts life could have bestowed upon me at a time when I was ready for it the most. It was something I wanted to try and yet I had no idea how much it would positively impact my life.

I invite you to reflect and check in with yourself. Is there any area of concern in your life where you feel as if a trapped emotion is blocking you or causing pain? If this is something that resonates with you please feel free to reach out and I would be happy to explain the process further and share how it allowed me to begin to live my life to the fullest.

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