• Sonja Isaac

What is a Trapped Emotion?


Each of us go through life travelling from one experience to another, laughing, crying, hugging, yelling, making friendships and breaking friendships, all the while with large and small emotions floating through our system. When we experience a situation, any situation whether positive or negative, an emotion – or vibration – is produced by our organs. Have you ever seen someone so angry that they were shaking? Was that person you? Most of the time, when a negative emotion is experienced, it passes through us just as it was designed to do. However, once in a while it gets stuck and lodges somewhere in our system.

Science tells us that all of our emotions are actually vibrations, and each vibration has a specific frequency, just like a sound. That’s why certain kinds of emotions tend to affect certain areas of the body. So when an emotion or frequency gets stuck, it acts like sandpaper on the area where it sits. For example, say you had an argument with a family member. Who was right or wrong doesn’t matter in this case. What matters is that it made you feel strongly in a certain way. Perhaps you felt angry or taken for granted. Maybe it was betrayal or rejection. Regardless of what emotion it was, in this society we are expected to ‘get over it’ or ‘not let it bother us’, but even after the situation has passed , and whether or not forgiveness and reconciliation has happened, that emotion lays buried deep in our body.

Perhaps this time the emotion has landed in our pancreas. Unknown to us, it begins eating at that critical organ. We eat right, we watch our calories and our sugar, but nothing seems to slow the inevitable destruction of our health. Soon the diagnosis comes – diabetes; and we have no idea why it came. There is always a reason why. “The curse causeless shall not come.” Proverbs 26:2

Everyone says that emotions affect our health and Trapped Emotions are at the source of many, many diseases and conditions. Not that it is the cure-all of everything, but when you think about it, it answers a lot of questions. Why after Dick and Jane’s divorce did Dick become an alcoholic and why did Jane become an emotional eater - Trapped Emotions? Why did Jennifer spiral into a world of depression after her loving mother passed away – Trapped Emotions? Why did the star athlete lose his pitching arm after losing a pile of money in the stock market? Why did that man shoot up all those innocent people in that building – major Trapped Emotions?

It’s not always the devil’s fault. Trapped Emotions have been running rampant throughout our society since Cain killed Abel and let’s face it - it’s time to be happy again.

The good news is that we now know how to neutralize these trapped emotions. A Certified Emotion Code Practitioner is trained to locate and remove Trapped Emotions. Of course, we cannot turn back the clock and erase the fact that the devastating circumstance happened, but we can stop the damage that it is doing to your body. It’s as though someone hit a giant bell with a hammer and that bell has been ringing for years. Even though it’s so quiet that nobody knows or even remembers that it is there, it still continues to do its damage. A Certified Emotion Code Practitioner has techniques that allow him/her to simply walk up to the bell, touch it and stop the ringing.

Once the Trapped Emotion is released the body can then begin to heal, sometimes instantly and sometimes over time. This is why many feel that releasing Trapped Emotions is a miraculous process. Over and over again we have seen pain go away, medications released and anxieties completely disappear.

In addition, just as Jesus could heal from a distance, an Emotion Code session can be conducted over any distance, like over the phone or by email. If you feel that you have Trapped Emotions that are affecting your life contact an Emotion Code Practitioner to help you stop the ringing and begin the restoration process. It’s time to be happy again.

#healing #EmotionCode #miracles #depression #anxiety #PTSD #mentalillness #angermanagement #trauma

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