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Training the Mind to "Catch and Release" with Guide Questions to Muscle Test

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As a young girl, I used to take hot dogs and put them on my father’s fishing hooks and take them down to catch the catfish at our city’s river walk area. As children we gleefully reeled in 5 inch ...

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Q&A: A Premium Members Webinar

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See Clearly

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Your time today is what you have been given. What you think, feel, and do in present time is what carries you forward into each new day. How you feel as you experience your life each moment is what de...

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Practitioner Spotlight: Hannah C. Moorhead

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I have so many stories!!!! I have stories about adults, young children, babies, dogs and horses. Considering all the other testimonials and stories people have written, I would like to share one that I have not seen. (That doesn't mean it isn't out there but I have yet to see someone write about this.) It's one of my own self healing stories (of which I have many!)
I am legally blind according to how near-sighted I am. I started wearing glasses at 9 or 10 years old. For most of my adult life I have been -4.0 / -3.75 (that's REALLY bad, for those who don't understand the numbers. People start wearing glasses when their prescription is even less than -1.0) Anyway, within two months of releasing trapped emotions from my eyes specifically, I officially brought my prescription down to -3.5 / -2.75. The eye doctor and staff were shocked, amused and bewildered but allowed me to change them out three separate times by then, one by one. I will report on my website, to Healer's Library and the facebook page when I am able to see without glasses or contacts. It might take longer than a year, but I'm confident it will happen!

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Overcoming Autism: A Premium Members Webinar

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Healing the Heart in Divorce: Overcoming Depression & Anxiety Through The Emotion Code

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If you are like most people, your life has had its darker times. You have probably experienced moments of anxiety, gri...

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Practitioner Spotlight: Janet Fullmer

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I have several, but my first experience with The Emotion Code is one of my favorites. I majored in Music Education with a vocal emphasis. Two years ago I began to have laryngitis. I could not shake it no matter what I did. I went to specialized doctors, tried all kinds of medicine and used every natural remedy I knew. I was stumped and very discouraged. I loved to sing, After six months of laryngitis, I was desperate.

My sister called and told me to try The Emotion Code. I thought she was crazy and didn't believe it would help me at all! However, at this point I was ready to try anything. How could it hurt? My first Emotion Code session released a lot of trapped Anger. I had been angry at God for giving me challenging children with so many disabilities and behavior problems. (I have two adopted children with severe behavioral issues and 2 children with bipolar disorders) I had stored that anger right in my vocal cords. A couple days after the session, my voice started to return. It was amazing! I kept doing it and it has blessed my life time and time again.

I am singing all the time now. I will never forget that experience. I'm grateful God gave me a painful experience to wake me up to a new modality that has blessed not only my life, but the lives of so many others. Pain is a great teacher! Listen to it and it will help you learn something you've never learned before. The Emotion Code works!!

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Webinar: 07/22/2015 Q&A

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Dr Bradley Nelson on News 46 with Deanna O'Donnell

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Check out the interview I did with Deanna O'Donnell on News 46. I talk about how to let go of emotional baggage and tell an incredible story of a woman who was finally able to let go of over 20 years ...

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Practitioner Spotlight: Tracey Brooks

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My cousin was having terrible back pain for two weeks, when she posted it on Facebook I contacted her about an Emotion Code session. We also worked on her dog. When we started the session her pain level was and 8 on a 1-10 scale. This is what she had to say about the session:

I had spoke with Tracey Brooks about some pain I had been having in my low back, it was there for 2 weeks and I just couldn’t get it straightened out. Well, she was explaining to me that she was involved in The Emotion Code and asked me if I would like to try it and said it could even be done over the phone. I was very intrigued with this as my back was not up for a lot of driving and I am about a half hour from her. So we got in touch on the phone and she went through a series of questions with me and honestly it was just eye opening some of the questions she was asking and the thought that some of this pain I was experiencing could be hidden or placed deeper within me because I had emotions I had not let go off once I passed the incident that caused me such emotional crisis.

Well we did some questions and she would say now stand up and see if you can walk around a bit and see how it feels. Well first of all, standing up was a feat in itself at that time, well I stood up and didn’t have to hold onto everything around me to accomplish this so that was a small step there. Then we did more questions, and dug deeper. Tracey never tried to ask me in-depth explanations for any of these questions, some of it I did offer because I was so astonished but she never pried into these emotions or what happened that made me experience them and I found that very considerate and professional of her.

By the time we were done I was able to walk around the room with A LOT less pain, just walking straight up was unforeseen to me before the phone call with her. We then got talking about my dog who had just escaped a bloat incident at the vet. So she focused The Emotion Code questions towards him and I answered to the best of my knowledge. This was one of those times I wished he could talk or communicate better but we did fine Well we were done, she did mention he would be kinda out of sorts maybe the next day or so as well as I and oddly enough he was, he seemed a little depressed, picked at his food a little but on that third day after he was a new dog! We have NOT had any more experiences with extreme low back pain on me and no more emergency trips to the vet for a bloat scare.

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