The Heart-Wall has been called “the most important discovery in the history of energetic medicine.” The heart is actually the core of our being; it is the center of our soul, the seat of the subconscious mind, and the seat of all our creativity. Sometimes we experience pain in the heart area when someone is hurting us, or when we are feeling deeply grieved. This physical sensation, which we refer to as heartache, is caused when this deepest part of our being is assaulted in some way. If you feel this deep heartache more than a couple of times the subconscious mind will begin to put up a wall of energy around the heart. This “wall of energy” is literally made from the energy of trapped emotions.
“During times of emotional pain or distress, your heart can be really hurt or injured- this is where the words “heartache” and “heartbreak” come from. Sometimes we need to put up a form of protection, or a “wall” around the heart – but you can’t build a wall of nothing, right? What ends up being used as “building materials” are the most common excess energies in the body- Trapped Emotions. The problem is that the Heart-Wall doesn’t dissolve on its own, even if you don’t need it anymore. Having a Heart-Wall long-term is like living in a bomb shelter- it’s necessary short-term to protect you while the “bombs” are falling, but if you continue to “live” in there you’ll feel sad, disconnected, frustrated and you could even end up with heart disease or other heart problems down the road.
Releasing the heart-wall has allowed those who could not find love to find it; it has allowed those who could not find success to find it; it has changed the lives of those who were suicidal or suffering from severe depression, sometimes literally overnight; it has changed the lives of those suffering from PTSD, and has allowed them to finally find peace.
PS- We believe that 93% of people have a Heart-Wall- is it any wonder that the #1 killer in the US (and several other Western countries) is heart disease? I think not… Let’s end this epidemic!”
Dr. Bradley Nelson,
Author of “The Emotion Code”