Our subconscious mind knows what is wrong with us and what we need to thrive. And connecting with it has the potential to help us release emotional baggage and enjoy new levels of health. Dr. Bradley Nelson, author of “The Emotion Code” and “The Body Code,” today expands on the ideas we discussed in last week’s podcast episode (part 1).
He tells stories of patients with undiagnosed or unsolvable health concerns that he could identify and help resolve by tapping into the subconscious mind. It’s a simple approach that anyone can use, and he explains how to go about it. He also discusses the role of spirituality in the healing process. All in all, he offers simple and practical ideas for how to activate our own body’s innate healing power.
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Our subconscious mind knows exactly what is wrong with us and what we need to thrive. Connecting with it has the potential to help us release emotional baggage and enjoy new levels of health. This is episode 402. Our guest is holistic physician, Dr. Bradley Nelson. Bradley is the author of The Emotion Code and The Body Code.
In this episode, he expands on the ideas we explored in the last episode. He tells story after story of patients with undiagnosed or unsolvable health concerns that he was able to help identify and resolve by using this method of tapping into the subconscious mind. He also discusses how his approach to working with people includes asking for supernatural help and how the answers often come in very subtle ways. All in all, he offers profound and simple ideas for how to activate our own body’s innate healing power.
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Welcome to the show, Brad.
It is great to be here. Thanks for having me back on the show again.
I couldn’t help myself. The conversation was so profound and intriguing. We ended the last interview on the note of the fact that most of the population has trapped emotions. We did even a little sway test so I could see if I had some. My question for you is what’s next for the readers? What’s next for me? Once you’ve identified that you have trapped emotions, how can you start to release them?
We all have trapped emotions. The process is quite simple. What I can do is walk you through this. If I were going to release a trapped emotion on myself, I can show you how we would do this. We have a chart of emotions. If you go to Google, you can google The Emotion Code Chart. You’ll find lots of them. To make sure that you get the right chart, you might want to go to Discover Healing. You can put in your name and email address and we’ll send you back some information that will include that chart.
The chart is divided up into two columns and six rows. There are 60 emotions in The Emotion Code chart. The subconscious mind knows exactly what emotion you are after at any given moment. Remember, the last time, we used the sway test to get yes and no answers from the body. To walk you through this, let’s imagine I’ll test myself using one of the methods of self-testing that we use. We call it the ring-and-ring test. That’s where you take your thumb and your first finger on both hands. You link them together and make a ring.
If you make a statement that’s true, positive, or congruent, the rings will tend to stay together. If you make a statement that is negative, false, or incongruent, then it’ll tend to break open. The body will weaken slightly. I’ll ask, “Do I have a trapped emotion that needs to be released?” I don’t. Let me share this story with you. I’ll try to paint a picture for everybody who’s reading. I did a workshop once in a big city. There were probably 200 people there. In the beginning, I was standing by the door for a while and meeting people as they were coming in. I happened to meet this woman who came in with her daughter.
Later, as I’m teaching, I asked for a volunteer. This woman’s daughter comes up out of the audience. She’s about twenty or so years old. I asked her if she had any particular issues of any kind. She didn’t. I had her hold one arm out parallel to the floor. It was stretched out right in front of her. I asked her a question. I said, “Do you have a trapped emotion that we can release right now?” As she was holding her arm out and resisting my downward pressure because I started applying some pressure to her arm, I got a strong answer. There was a trapped emotion that needed to be released. That answer’s coming from her subconscious mind.
I pulled out a little copy of The Emotion Code Chart. I am assuming that the subconscious mind already knows what the trapped emotion is. It knows everything. I asked, “Is this trapped emotion in column A on the chart?” I got an answer. It was either yes or no. I don’t remember. One of those columns was strong and one was weak. That was your subconscious mind helping me to narrow down and ultimately identify the emotion. I then asked, “Is it in one of the odd rows in this column?”
Your subconscious mind helps to narrow down and ultimately identify the emotion.
There are six rows in the chart. That’s how we do it. We’ll first identify the column. Once you identify whether the emotion is in column A or column B, then you’ve eliminated the other one. You’ve cut the list down by half. The next question is, “Is it in one of the odd rows in this column?” Maybe the answer was yes, so then I’m like, “Is it in row one?” Maybe that was a no, so maybe it’s in row three. I get a yes answer. It was a strong arm from her.
I ask what emotion it is. I was like, “Is it sadness, betrayal, or whatever?” It shows up what emotion is for Lauren. For Lauren, it is to feel all alone, hopeless, and desolate. I ask, “Do we need to know more about this?” Sometimes, the subconscious mind will want you to dig a little deeper before it allows emotional energy to be released from the body. I asked if we needed to know more and the answer was yes.
I started asking. She was around twenty. I said, “Did this occur earlier than ten years old?” She said, “Yes.” I was like, “Earlier than five?” She said, “Yes.” Ultimately, the answer that I got through muscle testing was that this had happened around sometime in the first year of her life, it looked like. I thought to myself, “She’s not going to remember anything.” I asked her if she had any idea what this was about. She had no idea.
I remembered that I had met her before this thing started. She showed up with her mother. I thought, “Maybe her mother has an idea.” I look out at the audience. I looked left and I looked right. There was her mom and she was white as a sheet. She’s got her hands covering her mouth and her nose. Her eyes are huge. I said, “Do you have any idea what this might be about?” She was embarrassed, but she said that she thought maybe she did.
She said that during those years when her daughter was a baby, she used to use cloth diapers on her. One day, she accidentally pinned her daughter to her diaper. It is super cringy. She didn’t know about it until she changed her the next time. Here’s this poor baby for hours probably crying and no one is coming to help her. She’s in all of this pain. The emotion that became so powerful was this feeling of being forlorn, all alone, hopeless, and desolate. She was like, “No one’s helping me.” It gives a little clue into how overwhelmed her mom must have been at that point. She was horrified when she found out what had happened. Can you imagine?
No. This is so fascinating. I have to tell a little anecdote here. I was at the beach and I was using the chart that you described. I was asking my body using simply the sway method to determine if I had a trap emotion that could be released. I identified one. This column thing is so cool because it helps you eliminate which things don’t apply. It narrowed down into a section and ended up on an emotion. Let’s say it was column A, row six.
The point I’m trying to make is that it had to do with kidney and bladder function. That’s where it was showing up this trapped emotion in my body. What’s interesting is that I was with a friend who can assess your health with a glance. She said, “I’ve noticed a little puffiness near your eyes. That’s the bladder kidney meridian.” I was like, “Oh, my goodness.” I don’t know if I need to eat more clean foods as my friend was suggesting, or if there’s a trapped emotion. I suspect there is a trapped emotion because that is exactly what my body told me.
It’s amazing when you start to use The Emotion Code. You start to realize how incredibly intelligent these bodies of ours are and how willing they are to give their information.
To continue the story, from what mom said, we have an idea about what maybe this is about. I asked this question. I said, “Is that what created this trapped emotion, being pinned to your diaper?” I muscle-tested her and the answer came back rock solid. I asked, “Do we need to know anything else about this?” The answer was no. I went ahead and released the trapped emotion.
To release a trapped motion, what we do is you can use your hand or any kind of magnet of any strength or polarity. You swipe down the middle of the back or over the governing meridian. It starts with the tailbone and goes straight up the back over the top of the head to the inside of the upper lip. I swiped down the middle of her back a few times, and then she went back to her seat. I continued my lecture.
To release a trapped emotion, what we do is you can use your hand or any magnet of any strength or polarity. You swipe down the middle of the back or over the governing meridian.
I forgot about this. About ten days later, I get an email and it’s from this girl’s mother. She said, “My daughter has had this problem with her hip and knee since she was about eight years old. It’s been gradually slowly getting worse and she lives with it. When you asked her if she had a problem, because she lives with it, she accepts it as part of her life. She didn’t make a big deal out of it. We’ve taken it to different people. It’s been gradually getting worse. No one’s been able to find anything or fix it. Over the last few years, it’s been starting to slowly affect the way that she walks a little bit. She has this pain all the time. It is this low-level pain in her hip and in her knee.”
She said, “The moment you released it, that pain was gone and it hasn’t come back. I waited for ten days because I thought maybe it was some fluke, but it’s not coming back. Not only that, but my daughter has this new sense of lightness of being that she’s sharing with everybody that she hasn’t felt before. I wanted you to know the after-effect.”
There are a couple of important things to point out about this story. First of all, it’s important to realize that the subconscious mind of this young woman knew exactly why she was having pain in her hip and her knee. It knew why. It was because of the diaper safety pin incident. That’s why she was having the pain. That emotional energy was trapped in her body. It points out that we can tap into the subconscious mind and that it knows the answers. It knows with a perfect understanding of what is wrong with us and what we truly need.
Let me share something with you. It is one of the fascinating things that happened to me when I was in practice to give you an idea of how powerful this can be. There was a young woman that was brought in to see me by her parents. Here’s the story. Four years before, she graduated from high school and went on a missionary trip to the Philippines where she worked in very primitive conditions. There were dirt floors. She ended up getting sick. It was not a little bit sick, but she became deathly ill.
They flew her home. The doctors didn’t know what was wrong with her, but she was having convulsions. She was seizing multiple times a day. She had horrific fatigue. She had widespread body pain. She had a loss of all of her memories. Her short-term and long-term memories were all gone. She was sick. They could not determine what was wrong with her, but they said that at the rate she was deteriorating, they figured she probably had about four months to live.
Her parents kept taking her to specialists and so on and nobody could ever figure it out. Somehow, she survived for four years, and then her parents brought her in to see me. By asking her subconscious mind questions about what was going on, the answers that came back were that she had parasites. It was not just one kind of parasite. She had nine different kinds of parasites that had set up housekeeping in her body and were making her terribly sick.
I started working on her and asking her body. At the time, there were four different parasite supplements that we used to use. I had to use all four of those. Normally, people need one. Her parents would drive an hour’s drive to get to my office. They would help her in and she would immediately lie down. That’s all the energy that she had. I would then test her to see what she needed.
For a year, her subconscious mind would give me the answers, “She needs this 1 out of the 4. She needs this one for the next four days, and then she needs this one.” We were switching all the time because as these parasites would start to die, another group would hatch out and we would need a different supplement. It took a year of working with her on a regular basis. By the end of that year, her problems had all disappeared. She had no more seizures, no more body pain, and no more incredible fatigue. All of her memories started coming back.
She went into a program. She went back to school and became an ASL interpreter. She told me afterward that she hadn’t been anywhere in four years. She’d been in her room trying to survive. When she started going out again and running into people that she used to know, they would fall over. They’d say, “I thought you had died. I can’t believe you’re still alive.” The point of that is that the subconscious mind knows what it needs.
Let me share another story with you. There was a woman that came in to see me who had been hospitalized for five days with this pain in her abdomen. They ran every test that they had on her and all the tests were negative. Finally, after five days, they said, “None of the tests are positive. We can’t keep you here. You’re going to have to go.” She was still in pain.
She comes into my office. I tested her and found some things. I developed a method of finding imbalances, not only The Emotion Code but also a system that we call The Body Code. The Body Code is about finding all of the imbalances that can possibly exist in a person’s body. I found some things using this body code system.
I was taken into an area where you can find nutritional deficiencies. There was a table in there. You can ask about which trapped emotion is that. It’s in column B, row six, and the emotion is shame. You can look at a table of all of these nutrients and I found that this nutrient was in column A, row two and it was chromium. I knew a little bit about chromium. I’m not an expert in nutrition, but I knew a little bit about it. It’s helpful for blood sugar and so on. I said, “You need chromium. We’re out of it right now, but it would be a good idea for you at some point to get some.” I didn’t think much about it in terms of recurrent symptoms.
The next day, she comes back in and she’s getting worse. She’s a 10 out of 10 on the pain scale. She was about a 9.5 out of 10 the day before. I remember thinking, “I don’t know how they missed it. It’s got to be appendicitis. Her appendix is probably going to burst on my table. This could be fatal for her.” I didn’t know what else to do, so I broke out the system that I was using back then.
I used to be a computer programmer, so I always had a computer there. I was always categorizing and cataloging things. I had this computer system. Out of all the possible things that I could have found, I was taken back to nutrients and right to this table. Her subconscious mind identified that she needed chromium. Only at that moment did I remember, “I found this. Maybe this is important,” because I thought it was incidental.
I said, “Your subconscious mind is telling me that you do need chromium. I don’t know why, but I want you to leave my office right now. I want you to go down the street to the health food store. Buy some chromium tablets. Ask for water. Go ahead. Don’t even wait to come back here. Go ahead and take it right then.”
Twenty minutes later, this young, very athletic 20-year-old woman, or 21 maybe, jumped up and down in my waiting room because she was so excited. The moment or the instant that she took that chromium, that pain vanished completely. She said, “I’m fixed.” She said she couldn’t believe it. She said, “How did that work?”
I said, “I have no idea. Luckily, your subconscious mind was able to communicate that that’s what your body needed and you were able to take it. Why it was causing pain for you, I don’t know. I have no idea.” I still have no idea what the mechanism was for that. I don’t think anybody in the world knows. If anybody can explain that to me, I would love to hear an explanation.
Isn’t that interesting?
It’s so fascinating. That’s the thing. I was wondering. Are there colleagues of yours, doctors and scientists, who say that since you can’t understand the mechanism by which the body is either communicating this or it knows already what is needed, do they dismiss this as unscientific? Are they dismissing The Emotion Code and The Body Code, or do they give them the respect they deserve?
It’s interesting because the doctors that I run into and the doctors that come to our events all over the world are doctors who naturally tend to be a little more open. Doctors who are deeply entrenched in the pharmaceutical Western medicine model don’t show up at my events. I don’t ever hear from them. We have many doctors all over the world who are using the work that I’ve been so privileged to bring into the world. The doctors who come to our events, their lives have been changed probably in most cases.
As a computer programmer, many years ago, when I went to chiropractic school and I’m sitting in class, I can remember my instructor saying things like, “The brain’s the most amazing computer that exists in the known universe.” I can remember sitting there and thinking, “It’s a computer. Will we ever have the technology to access that computer, ask questions, and get answers?” The computer itself within each person would be the ultimate resource. Doesn’t that make sense?
True things usually make sense. This is true. This is how our bodies are. We have this incredibly powerful computer that exists within us. That subconscious mind within us remembers everything. Many years ago, Dr. Wilder Penfield did studies on the brain and found that under certain circumstances, when a person’s skull has been removed or part of the top of their head has been removed and they’re doing brain surgery, if conditions are right, people will have memories.
We have this incredibly powerful computer that exists within us. That subconscious mind within us remembers everything.
If you touch a certain part of the brain, they’ll have memories returned to them that would be unremembered normally. Suddenly, the doctor touches some parts of the brain. Suddenly, the person is remembering, “It was Thanksgiving dinner in 1958. There’s mom, dad, and grandpa. I can smell the turkey.” It’s amazing. All of those memories are stored within us. Every face you’ve ever seen in a crowd, everything you’ve ever eaten, tasted, touched, or smelled is all in there in that subconscious mind. Think about this. It’s so amazing.
I have to tell you another story. There was a woman that came to me once. She had a chronic cough that had been going on for a year. She said that she was afraid that this chronic cough was going to destroy her marriage. Her husband had moved months before into the other end of the house because she was coughing all night long. She’d been to the doctor and the hospital. She had X-rays and scans. There was nothing that was evident anywhere. They couldn’t figure it out at all.
Using the system that I’d put together that we call The Body Code, I very quickly found by asking her subconscious mind what the reason for this cough was. I was taken into this area where we find chemicals. It was a chemical toxin. Ultimately, I did a search for common household chemicals and started asking questions. I came up with Campho-Phenique. Remember Campho-Phenique?
No. What is that?
It’s probably illegal. It’s probably been banned. If it’s still available, I’d be amazed. Several years ago, it was something that was sold over the counter in pharmacies. It could still be available, but I don’t recommend it. It was a liniment that people would rub on their skin. It would give them some pain relief and so on.
I came up with Campho-Phenique. All of a sudden, this woman turns white as a sheet. She says, “Campho-Phenique?” I said, “Yeah. Do you use Campho-Phenique?” She said that every night, the last thing she did before she went to bed was that she went over and visited this elderly woman who had been a friend of their family for years. Every night, she went over there and rubbed this elderly woman’s feet with Campho-Phenique. I said, “You got to switch to something else.” We got her on something else and the cough immediately disappeared. That was it.
You helped her health and her marriage, I’m sure.
Hopefully, she’s still married.
I hope so, too. What’s cool to me is if we take the time to listen to our subconscious to tap into that marvelous computer that is the human brain, we can learn not only what emotions are trapped and need to be released but also, apparently, what nutrients our body may need. What I was pleased to discover when I was reading your book, The Emotion Code, was that the body only does one at a time. Is this correct? In other words, I might identify one trapped emotion, and then it might be another one next time. It knows that overhauling the whole shebang might be too much. Is that correct?
Yeah, that’s right. The average adult has probably about 300 trapped emotions in their body.
That could take some time.
It’s a process, but if you release one trapped emotion a day in a year, in a year, you’re going to be a year older, but in a year, you could be pretty much free of all your emotional baggage as well. What a difference that could make. That’d be a much better birthday.
I’m so encouraged, too, that you have techniques that a person can use on themselves. You do have practitioners all around the world, I imagine. You can also learn to release these trapped emotions or discover what your body needs all by yourself.
You can. It’s simple. That’s how it has to be. It’s interesting because when I was writing the book, it was a matter of prayer. Every time I would go to write, my wife would sometimes help me. Sometimes, we would pray together and ask God to help us to make this simple so that anybody could do it and anyone could understand it. That’s the case because we have children that read the book, do it successfully, and get great results.
I remember one of the stories in your book where one kid helped another. You might have even mentioned that the last time we did the interview. It’s fascinating how simple, beautiful, and healing it is. I also want to add that it also encouraged me when you mentioned that not only is the body for us, but there may even be angels, spirits, or God behind the healing. I do believe that God has our backs and wants us to live healthy, happy lives.
I have come to know through all of the years that I have been doing this work that higher power or however you might refer to Him is always there and is always available. It is intimately aware of everything that’s going on with us. First of all, I had developed this habit of prayer, asking for help from God with everybody that I saw. It was a personal, private habit. It was a momentary pause. Nobody knew that I was praying for them. I was trying to always open a channel with that higher power so that I could get the information that I needed more easily.
There were times when people would come in to see me and I didn’t know how to approach their problem. I didn’t know what to do. I didn’t know how to help them. Sometimes, in response to that brief prayer for help, the information that I needed would sometimes flood into me like an avalanche of understanding. That taught me that the higher power is always there and that help is available for the asking. Those kinds of downloads, for me, are pretty rare. I can count those on one hand over twenty or so years of practice
The rest of the time when we ask for help, it comes in subtle ways. It comes in the form of a thought that we typically think is our own thought but is often coming from somewhere else or maybe an impression that we have. It may be an idea that suddenly pops into our heads. The angels that are around us, very often, are family connections. They’re our ancestors. They’re those who have passed on or maybe sometimes, those who are yet to be born. You could call them maybe our guardian angels. They’re the ones that are around us all the time. When we ask for help, they’re the ones that give the answers.
In fact, I have to share a story with you. One of my good friends is a woman named Connie Barton-Merrell. She was my executive assistant for a number of years. Together with my wife and some of our other team, we traveled around the world. We went to all kinds of places doing events and things. She became one of our staff practitioners. That’s what she does. You can go to DiscoverHealing.com and get a remote session with this woman, Connie.
She’s an amazing practitioner. She grew up with a friend in Chicago. This friend of hers was born apparently with this ability to see things that other people don’t see, to see spirits. Every once in a while, you run into somebody like this. If you ask them, they’ll always say, “It’s a blessing and a curse, but it’s a spiritual gift. It’s a heightened sensitivity.”
She came out to visit Connie. They were going to be going somewhere. Connie said, “I have some sessions that I need to do. I’ve got to work with some people remotely in my office. Why don’t you hang out and read a book or something? I’ll see you in a while and then we’ll go.” Her friend said, “If it’s okay with you, I’d like to be a fly on the wall and see what you’re doing now.” Connie said, “Fine.”
Her friend sits in a corner of the room and Connie does her session. She’s got her laptop open and she’s got these previously arranged appointments with people like you that are calling in. Connie, before she works on a person, she’ll have a moment of silence and ask for help right from up above. She did 5 or 6 sessions. When she was done, her friend said, “I don’t think you are aware of what’s going on here. When you had that moment of silence for that first person and were asking for help from up above for them, I saw a group of people come in and stand behind you. They were intently focused on helping you to help that person or that loved one of theirs on the other end.”
She said, “When you were done with that person, they left. When you had that moment of silence and asked for help from up above for the next person, a whole different group came in. Sometimes, it was five people. Sometimes, it was 2 or 3. They were always people that were somehow connected, like family members or ancestors of that person that you were trying to work on.” With this work, what we do is we highly recommend for people before they do this work to take that moment. Have a moment of silence. If you believe in something greater than yourself, ask for help from whatever you believe. It doesn’t have to be an elaborate thing.
It’s not anything that’s written down. It can be a simple word or a simple thought. You could be like, “I could use some help here.” When you do that, you’re acknowledging that you need that help. You’re also opening that conduit so the higher power can assist you. It’s an amazing thing. There are so many people. I don’t even know. There are hundreds of thousands or maybe millions around the world who are learning that they can do that. They can ask for help and it doesn’t have to be an elaborate thing, and then that help comes. Usually, that help comes in the form of thought, an idea, or an impression. Usually, we go right by those because we miss those subtle things.
They’re those subtle cues. It reminds me of the thought I’ve heard over time in my faith circle, “God is a gentleman.” In other words, as someone’s not going to come and give you the Heimlich without first seeing if you offer permission, it is almost the same way with God. The Bible says, “He stands at the door and knocks.” It’s things like that. He could barge in and knock the door down, but He doesn’t operate like that. That gentle moment of pause gives you time to open up that channel and say, “I need help.” God is there to attend to you.
I have two final questions to wrap up here. You’ve been at this for a while. You’ve seen so many lives change. Why do you think it’s important for us to do this work? For this release of trapped emotions and for this collaboration with something greater than ourselves and with our subconscious, why is this work important for people to do?
It’s important because emotional baggage is the underlying cause, in my experience and in the experience of our practitioners around the world, of problems like depression, anxiety, phobias, panic attacks, PTSD, eating disorders, and self-sabotage of all kinds. That’s one reason. Another reason is that trapped emotions are the single biggest underlying reason for the physical pain that people have.
90% of all the physical pain that people have that they’re taking medication for is due to emotional baggage. Think about that. That might sound impossible, but once you start using this method, if you’re in pain or you’ve got friends that are in pain, it will blow your mind what happens and how you can knock that pain out in most cases.
The Emotion Code is not a cure for any disease. We don’t use it to treat diseases. Emotional baggage, we find, is this huge impediment to healing in all kinds of ways, whether it is mental, physical, or emotional. The emotional baggage that people have is short-circuiting their lives. It’s making them live lives that are diminished in many ways and that are less than they could be. It’s interfering with their ability to create the life that they want.
We talked about the heart wall. The single most important thing that people can do for their health in all of those ways, whether it is physical, mental, or emotional, is to find out if they’ve got a heart wall and get that wall taken down. You can do it yourself. You can have someone else do it. You can go to DiscoverHealing.com. We’ve got a Google Map of practitioners from all over the world. They’d all be happy to do this for you, or you can do it yourself. Learn how to do the process in the book.
93% of people, we believe, in the world have put up a wall around their hearts because their heart was going to break at some point. They’re walking through life with their heart in a bunker. It’s so much harder for them to have life flow. It’s so much harder for them to find love, to stay in love, to feel joy, and to feel the love of the Creator for them. Those are all things that people have found change when they get that heart well taken down.
That answers my last question, which is if the reader could do one thing, what would you recommend that they do?
There you go.
I appreciate that. Do you have any other health practices beyond maybe The Emotion Code and The Body Code, which is something that you feel keeps you happy and in tune maybe with this flow you’re talking about?
I’ll tell you something. I believe it’s all about love. When people die, go to the other side, and have a life, they are never asked how big of a car they drove or how expensive or how big of a house they lived in. They’re never asked anything like that. Instead, they seem to be consistently asked things like, “How much love were you able to develop for your fellow beings in the world? How much knowledge were you able to gain?” Those are the things we take with us, apparently. That’s it.
Love is the most important thing of all. When we start getting rid of our emotional baggage, take down the heart wall, and get rid of all these little dark clouds of emotional energy that inhabit our bodies, what ends up happening is at a certain point, it’s like stepping out of this old skin that you’ve been walking around in. You step into this new state of being that is who you are supposed to be or who you truly are. That’s what emotional baggage is doing. It is interfering with people’s ability to be who they truly are intended to be. That’s such a beautiful thing.
Emotional baggage is interfering with people’s ability to really be who they are intended to be.
Both receive the love and then give it.
That’s exactly right.
I’ve been feeling the love. I’m so encouraged. Thank you for the work that you’ve done and for your whole team. I’m enthralled with this new concept of exploring more what my subconscious wants and what hurts I’ve had. I hope it inspires the audience as well. Thank you so much. I appreciate it.
Thank you. I appreciate you having me back on. It was fun. Let’s do it again sometime.
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About Bradley Nelson
Veteran holistic physician, Dr. Bradley Nelson (D.C., ret.) is one of the world’s foremost experts on natural methods of achieving wellness. He is the creator of The Emotion Code and The Body Code system, and is the CEO of Discover Healing, a holistic education platform that provides training and certifies practitioners worldwide. His best-selling book “The Emotion Code” provides step-by-step instructions for working with the body’s energy healing power. Look for his new book, “The Body Code: Unlocking Your Body’s Ability to Heal Itself,” coming February 2023 from St. Martin’s Press. For more information and a free Emotion Code Starter Kit, visit EmotionCodeGift.com.
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