Much of your suffering is due to negative emotional energies that have become ‘trapped’ within you. The Emotion Code is a simple and powerful method of finding and releasing your trapped emotional energies.

As you live through the days and years of your life you are continually experiencing emotions of one sort or another. Life can be difficult and emotions can sometimes feel overwhelming. We all experience negative emotional extremes at times. Most of us would rather forget these challenges, but unfortunately, their influences can stay with us in the form of “trapped emotions.”

Sometimes, for reasons that we do not yet understand, emotions do not process completely. In these cases, instead of simply experiencing the emotion and then moving on, the energy of the emotion somehow becomes trapped within the physical body.

So instead of moving beyond your angry moment, or a temporary bout with grief or depression, this negative emotional energy can remain within your body, potentially causing significant physical and emotional stress.

Most people are amazed to find out that their “emotional baggage” is more literal than they had imagined. Trapped emotions actually consist of well-defined energies that have a shape and form. Although they are not visible, they are very real.

Do you ever feel that you are struggling under the weight of something that you can’t quite put your finger on? Perhaps your life is not turning out how you had hoped. Perhaps your attempts to form lasting relationships never seem to work out. You may wish that certain events in your past had never occurred but feel powerless to move beyond them. You may even have an uneasy feeling that your present is being held hostage by your past in some vague and indefinable way.

It is my experience that a significant percentage of physical illness, emotional difficulty and self- sabotage are actually caused by these unseen emotional energies.

The Emotion Code can help you reclaim your life, enjoy better health, and finally be free from the insidious and subtle forces that trapped emotions are exerting upon you.

Trapped emotions can cause you to make the wrong assumptions, overreact to innocent remarks, misinterpret behavior and short-circuit your relationships. Even worse, trapped emotions can create depression, anxiety and other unwanted feelings that you can’t seem to shake. They can interfere with proper function of your body’s organs and tissues, wreaking havoc with your physical health, causing pain, fatigue and illness. Yet, no matter how great your suffering may be, the invisible energy of trapped emotions will remain undiagnosed by conventional medicine, even though they may be a major causative factor in your physical and emotional difficulties.

To eliminate any kind of problem that has to do with your health or well-being, the underlying causes of the problem must be addressed. There are many powerful drugs that can relieve the symptoms of disease. But when the drug wears off, the symptoms often return, because the underlying causes of the disease have not been dealt with.

It is important for you to recognize and remove your own trapped emotions before they cause more damage. You can live a much better life by getting rid of them.

Trapped emotions are a significant yet hidden cause of much illness and suffering, both emotional and physical in nature.

When I look back on my life, it seems to me that all the experiences I have had have combined together to enable me to bring the message of The Emotion Code to the world.

When I was 13 years old, I was diagnosed with kidney disease. At the hospital, the doctors told my parents and me that there was no treatment for what I had. They told me to be careful, not to run or play too hard, because it could be dangerous.

I remember thinking that they didn’t really need to tell me that, because just walking would sometimes create pain in my back that would make me feel like I had been stabbed with a knife. Since this disease was potentially fatal, and since there was no medical treatment for it, my parents decided to try an alternative. They took me to see a couple of alternative doctors who practiced and lived in a trailer house situated in the middle of a field on the outskirts of town.

Within a couple of weeks after starting their treatments, I felt much better. The pain that I had been experiencing was much less frequent, and much less severe.

After about a month, I had just about forgotten that I was ever sick. My parents took me back to the clinic, where they ran the tests on me again. The tests were all negative, and as I recall, that was the first time I ever heard the phrase “spontaneous remission.” I knew in my heart that what my “alternative doctors” had done had worked, and I decided to become a doctor when I grew up. Not a mainstream medical doctor, but an ‘alternative’ doctor like the doctors that had healed me, if I had to practice in a trailer house in the middle of a muddy field on the edge of town, that was okay with me.

But as the years went on, my dream of being a healer started to fade a bit. I was introduced to computer programming in college and I loved it. I loved business, and decided that I wouldn’t go into the healing arts after all. Instead, I was going to become a businessman.

When I was about 6 months away from starting the MBA program at Brigham Young University, my wife Jean and I went home to Montana for Christmas. As we were sitting with my mother and father in their living room, my father suddenly asked me, “Are you sure you don’t want to go to chiropractic school? You’ve always wanted to do that, and it seems like a really great career.” I replied that, “No, I’ve decided to get my MBA.” He said “Well, why don’t you think about it one more time?” I thought about it for a moment, and told him that I would.

Later that evening, Jean and I drew up a pro and con list. On one side was chiropractic, and on the other side was the MBA and the business world. The list was a little longer on the chiropractic side, but I still wasn’t convinced. Honestly, I was not absolutely sure what I wanted to do. I had thought that my mind was made up, but now I felt like I was being torn between 2 exciting futures.

When Jean and I got married, we made an agreement that we would never make any momentous decisions without praying about it to see if it was right. This was definitely one of those momentous decisions. So, that night found me on my knees. I essentially said, “Father in Heaven, if it makes any difference to you, please help me to know what direction to go. I will go either way.”

I was awakened in the middle of the night with my mind full of thoughts about healing, and how wonderful it is to be able to serve other people in a natural way. I remember thinking, “Well yes, that’s true, but this other direction is good, too….”

It was a long night that night. I woke up 3 times, and each time my mind was full of warm feelings about going into the healing arts. Somehow, I still wasn’t sure.

The next night found me on my knees once again, asking God for guidance. And this was a night that I will never forget if I live to be 1 million years old. This night, like the night before, I was awakened 3 times. And each time I was awakened, my mind was filled with the same thoughts as the night before. But somehow these feelings became progressively stronger and more powerful each time I was awakened.

The 3rd time that I woke up my mind was overflowing with thoughts of service to mankind and humanity. It’s impossible for me to describe what this experience was really like, but these feelings were absolutely overwhelming. As I was feeling and thinking those thoughts about service through healing and helping the world and all of humanity, a voice suddenly spoke to me.

It was a voice as clear as crystal, and as distinct and as audible as anything I’ve ever heard. It said, “This is a sacred calling.”

I had my answer and I have never regretted my decision to heed that call.

I’ve reflected on this experience many times since then. I believe that because the human body is actually a sacred “temple” for our spirit to inhabit, that any time we are working to help that body function better, we are doing a sacred thing. If we are sewing up an injury, if we are helping someone who is disabled, if we are healing someone who is in need of healing, we are doing a sacred work.

I practiced as a holistic chiropractic physician for 17 years. I made a habit during those years to ask a silent prayer for help from God for each person that I worked on. During those years, I learned bit by bit, patient by patient, case-by-case about the true underlying causes of our illnesses. During the last 10 years that I was in practice I was working primarily with people who would been told there was no cure for them. These are people who would been given upon by the Western medical establishment, people who were suffering from things like fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, autoimmune diseases, and even cancer. There were times during those years when, in response to my silent prayer for help, information would flood into my mind about exactly what a person needed and what approach I should take. Sometimes this was a completely different way of looking at things than what I had ever imagined before. It was during these years that I gained the understanding of how our emotional baggage is a real thing that affects all of us in many dramatic ways.

During these years I developed a very powerful feeling that people could do a lot to help themselves. I had a deep, driving urge to empower people. I begin teaching seminars to do just that in 1998 and taught as many seminars to as many people as I could around the US and Canada for many years. But I was wearing myself out. I was working in my practice 60 hours a week and then flying off on weekends teaching seminars, and my family was suffering because of it.

In 2002 I got a message from “upstairs” that I needed to turn my practice over to someone else, and sell everything I owned. It had become clear to me that these healing methods that I developed were not just for me and my patients and the handful of seminar attendees that came to hear me speak. They were for the whole world…including you.

I had to get out of practice so that I would have time to write a book about what I knew. I left practice in 2004, and in June of 2007 I published The Emotion Code: How to Release Your Trapped Emotions for Abundant Health, Love and Happiness. The success of The Emotion Code has been astonishing to me. It taught me how powerful the written word is. There are people on every continent and in nearly every country on earth who are using The Emotion Code to get rid of their own emotional baggage, and the best part is that they are helping their loved ones to do the same.

I get e-mails from people, all the time, whose lives are changing, who are falling in love as they get rid of their Heart-Walls, or who are getting rid of their anxiety, their debilitating panic attacks, phobias, depression, their annoying discomfort and miserable pain. These people are so happy to feel good feelings again instead of dark ones and they are regaining their health again, too.
I’ve been all over the world teaching The Emotion Code Seminar, from Australia to Germany, from Toronto to Auckland, from Seattle to New York City, from Dublin to Amsterdam, and it’s really been a wonderful adventure. While I would love to take the credit for this amazing information, I will never do that. I believe that I could not have done this without help from above. My calling is to bring The Emotion Code to the world and to give you back the healing birthright that belongs to every man, woman and child on this planet.

Of all the important things I have learned about human beings, the most important has to do with the heart.

Ancient peoples believed that the heart was the seat of the soul, the source of our creativity, the center of love and romance and the core of our being. Western medicine has never given any credence to these ideas, believing instead that the heart is merely a mechanical pump. However, in the 1970s it was discovered that the heart is actually full of gray matter and white matter, the same substances that make up the brain. This discovery helped lead to the creation of a new branch of medicine called neurocardiology.

When heart transplants started to become a routine procedure back in the 1960s, it wasn’t long before transplant patients began reporting strange post-surgical symptoms. These included complete changes in handwriting, as well as preferences in music, food and sports. In fact, it was not unusual for patients to report that they suddenly had memories of cities or towns that they had never visited yet somehow they “knew” that they had been there before! In every case, they had somehow become possessors of the affinities and the loves and the memories of the donor!

The heart is a second “brain,” a brain that stores our fondest memories, our best creative ideas, and our love. It is our heart that connects us with those that we love and to our higher power.

Something that I was shown and that I came to understand is that when we are hurt emotionally, our subconscious mind can create what I call a “Heart-Wall.” Your subconscious mind will try to protect your heart with this wall, or protective shield, because your heart is the part of you that holds your most precious feelings and memories and capacities to live a beautiful life.

When you read or hear about one person brutalizing another person, abusing or hurting another person in some way, I believe that the perpetrator, if examined, would always be found to have a Heart-Wall. They were hurt by someone else and now can’t feel the full extent of what they are doing to hurt others. The energies that they have collected over their lifetime of hurt are now insulating them from feeling the injury that they deal to others. The walls that we put up around our hearts, though intended to protect us from further heartache and hurt, end up disconnecting us from each other. They make us numb to life and to love.

When we are experiencing deep grief, hurt or loss, it can actually be an assault on the deepest part of our beings.

Can you recall a time in your own life when you felt like your heart was going to break? Most people can.

Is a wall around your heart contributing to physical illness or disease for you? Is your Heart-Wall hampering your ability to give and receive love? Is it interfering with your ability to feel good emotions, or contributing to your feelings of isolation? Is it creating depression, anxiety or self-sabotage for you? Is your Heart-Wall interfering with your ability to succeed?If you are at all frustrated with your love life, your social life, your health issues, or the level of financial abundance that you’ve been able to attain, a Heart-Wall may be a big piece of the puzzle for you.
We have found that approximately 93% of people suffer from this phenomenon. Yet when their Heart-Walls are removed, profound changes often occur for the better.

I have seen the changes that take place on an individual level when a person’s Heart-Wall is removed. I have seen people find love after decades of loneliness. I’ve seen people find success after a lifetime of disappointment. And I have had people tell me that for the first time in their lives they can “feel” the love of God for them, after their Heart-Wall is removed.

What is the global result when the vast majority of people suffer from these invisible walls around their hearts? War, genocide, racial strife, and murder. You see, we “feel” with the brain in our hearts. When that heart-brain is walled off, we are left with the dilemma of trying to “feel” with the brain in our heads, which “feels” nothing. The brain in our heads is purely logical, and thinks that it’s perfectly acceptable to use war to settle differences between nations and drop bombs on defenseless civilians. The brain in our heads readily subscribes to the belief that any human suffering is justifiable if the ends are important enough to us.

If you have a Heart-Wall, can you see how important it is for you to clear it away? Can you see the importance of helping your own children and your own family? It is my hope that you will stop looking outward for the solutions to your problems, and practice some true inner healing by getting rid of the wall around your own heart!
I believe that the most important thing you can do to improve your health, your love life and your longevity is to remove your trapped emotions and especially your Heart-Wall.

I know that this world is going to change. I know the day is coming when there will no longer be war on the face of the earth. I know the day is coming when the lamb will lie down with the lion, and there will finally be peace. I believe that the power is now within us to help bring about this new world.

Start with yourself. Remove your own trapped emotions to finally let go of your own emotional baggage. Remove your own Heart-Wall. Don’t stop there. Keep going. Remove the Heart-Walls from your loved ones, and from as many people as you can. It may seem like a small thing. The only way we can change this world is by changing it one heart at a time. We now have a way to do just that, so let’s get busy! Him and

If this story resonates with your heart, if you can feel the truth of it, then I hope you will learn about this work for yourself. There is so much you can do to help yourself to get well and stay well. And there are people all around you who need help, some that you know and love. You can help them. You can heal their lives. It’s really more a matter of “remembering” than learning. Somewhere, deep inside of you, there is a mighty healer. I am so honored to share this knowledge with you.

Take a moment and visit www.EmotionCode.tv to view a series of free training videos in which I will walk you through the process of releasing your first trapped emotion. May God bless you to find a life as full of love, joy and abundance as possible.

By: Dr. Bradley Nelson