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5 Emotional Release Books You Need to Read

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Every second of our lives is filled with emotion, yet so many of us try to bury emotions and deny that they exist, especially when they seem negative. Emotion release is good for us all, both physically and spiritually. These 5 emotional release books reveal varied ways to explore your feelings and use them productively.

The Emotion Code by Dr. Bradley Nelson
In this book, Dr. Nelson describes us as “pure energy,” and emotions are part of the energy field that make us one complete human being. Energized emotions can become “Trapped Emotions,” taking up residence in our bodies even after the incident that energized them has passed. This ever-constant presence of trapped emotions is what leads us to easily slide back into that original feeling, keeping us on a path of self-sabotage.

The Emotion Code guides the reader through a Trapped Emotion identification process, first by using the Emotion Code Chart, which helps you to determine where this ball of emotion is trapped and how it may be affecting your health and welfare. Then, following a simple 4-step process, you can work your way to complete emotion release. As he states on his website, Dr Nelson “wants to help you unlock better health, better relationships, and more abundance in your life.” In addition to The Emotion Code, Dr Nelson can also help you in your search for better living with his advanced energy healing system The Body Code.

You Can Heal Your Life by Louise Hay
In this 30th anniversary edition, Louise Hay shares her techniques to improving your quality of life, with her key message: “If we are willing to do the mental work, almost anything can be healed.” According to her website, over the 30 years of publication this work has sold over 35 million copies and has been published in 30 languages — clear evidence that her ideas work across the globe.

The Biology of Belief: Unleashing the Power of Consciousness, Matter & Miracles by Bruce H. Lipton, PhD
Dr Bruce H. Lipton is an expert on epigenetics, how our thoughts and emotion release physically affect the cells of our body. His theory is that our genes and DNA do not define us, but rather our thoughts and emotions influence and construct our DNA, thus meaning that we can change our bodies physically by changing our thought patterns. This new biology is seeing more widespread research and may possibly return the power of positive thinking to us all.

Quantum Healing: Exploring the Frontiers of Mind/Body Medicine by Deepak Chopra, M.D.
Dr. Chopra has been a healer for many years, and in this work he has blended modern Western medicine with the ancient healing tradition of Ayurveda. During his career as an endocrinologist, Dr. Chopra witnessed a number of his patients miraculously heal when there was thought to be no hope. His research of Ayurveda shows that by using our minds, we can heal our bodies.

Start your own journey to a healthier happier life and discover how these resources can help with your emotion release.

What Are Your Emotions Trying to Tell You? By Lindsay Maxfield
When Lindsay Maxfield was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in her early 20’s, she thought a happy, healthy life was out of the question. However, through her search to understand herself and her illness, she realized that she was not sick but, as she says, “gifted”: She feels the emotions of others as though they are her own, granting her a deep understanding of our feelings and what to do with them when we start to feel “too much.” In this downloadable eBook, Lindsay reminds us that “our emotions serve a critical and divine purpose” and have messages for us to learn. She takes us through a simple yet powerful 5-step emotional decoding process to help you understand the message and release our most troubling emotions for good.

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  1. Kristal Dutson

    July 14, 2018

    I hope you got my bio papers I sent... I’d like to send a picture as well...I’m just not sure how to do it...please tell me how to get my pics on the form... I could email it to you... What is your email??

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