the emotion code


Benefits of Emotion Code Therapy and removal of a Heart-Wall may help:


  • Eliminate emotional baggage
  • Open your heart to positive energies
  • Overcome feelings of anxiousness, loneliness, anger, and sadness
  • With the ability to give and receive love
  • With feelings of happiness and security
  • Lead to abundant well being
  • Improve physical symptoms

The Emotion Code

The Emotion Code developed by chiropractor and renowned holistic practitioner Dr Bradley Nelson is an energy healing therapy that helps identify negative emotions from past trauma or stressful events that have become trapped within the energetic pathway in the body. Once identified the emotions are then energetically released. Trapped emotions may disrupt happiness, lead to depression, feelings of anxiousness, all sorts of mental health conditions and due to their influence on the physical tissue may eventually even lead to pain and physical illnesses. They may interfere with an individuals ability to give and receive love. These negative emotional energy blockages may also impede the ability of an individual to succeed and reach their highest potential. Releasing these trapped emotions may facilitate a healing environment within the body.



Dr Nelson has found from experience that 93% of people have a Heart-Wall. Following a time of trauma, deep grief or loss, trapped emotions within the body may become lodged near the heart region forming a “Heart-Wall”. This energy wall is formed by the subconscious mind as a way to protect the heart from further heartache. Having a “Heart-Wall” may make a person numb to emotions and may make it more difficult to give and receive love. Having a “Heart-Wall” may also block the energy flow within the body, disrupting the healing process within the body and may cause pain and physical symptoms.


Emotion code therapy should not take the place of medical and/or mental health therapy, rather should be used as a compliment to conventional medical care.

Disclaimer: This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease, and has not been approved by the FDA. Recommendations given are to help you make the most informed choices regarding your health care.