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Life is getting better every time.

Yes, life does get better every time

a trapped emotion is released.

 

And how your life gets better matters.

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I’m Kelly Blakey

Certified Emotion Code, Body, and Belief Code Practitioner

If you’re going through tough times or if you’re a successful entrepreneur who says: “I don’t have any trapped emotions” - or anyone in between - I can help you achieve more success and get what’s missing in your life.

Here’s how:

 

By using proven energy healing techniques from the Emotion Code & Body Code developed by Dr. Bradley Nelson, I can help release your trapped emotions.

 

  1. Releasing our trapped emotions allows us to be mentally and physically healthier. 

  2. And being healthier enables us to attract more love, happiness, and abundance.  

  3. So what’s not to love?

Your answer depends on whether and how much you love and care about yourself. Self-love encourages us to take care of ourselves physically, emotionally, and spiritually. People who have high self-love nourish themselves each day through healthy activities that include nutrition, exercise, healthy relationships, personal growth, etc.

 

Unfortunately, our culture can over emphasize the importance of our appearance and the symbolic value of our possessions that can make self-love difficult. Our negative messages (trapped emotions) from our past make it hard to see our self worth.

 

Plus, the proverbial icing on the self-hate cake often puts negative pressure on us to compare ourselves to others, which can cause us to have unhealthy self-esteem.

 

Wayne Dyer got it right when he said, “My goal is not to be better than anyone else, but to be better than I used to be.”

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What is the premise of the Emotion Code and Body Code?

 

The premise is that trapped emotions are made of harmful energy and they can exert a negative influence on the body’s physical tissues. We believe this can cause discomfort and potential diseases including cancer.

 

Releasing these trapped emotions along with other energy imbalances could create the proper conditions for the body to heal itself, so physical and emotional difficulties may disappear or become much easier to handle. Releasing trapped emotions are done with the help of muscle testing by tapping into the subconscious with the use of the elaborate and very detailed map. – provided by The Emotion Code and The Body Code by Dr. Bradley Nelson.

 

What the Emotion Code and Body Code CAN DO.

 

“I like emphasizing that the Emotion Code and the Body Code are never to be used to treat disease; instead, they are used to remove the underlying causes of disease, allowing the body to heal itself.

 

This may seem like a fine distinction, but it is important to point out. We allow the medical community to treat diseases. We just remove imbalances so that your body can start the process of healing itself.” – Dr. Bradley Nelson

 

What the Emotion Code and Body Code CANNOT DO.

 

“Practitioners of The Emotion Code and Body Code System do not perform miracles or engage in any supernatural healings.” – Dr Bradley Nelson

 

Any information presented on this website is not intended to represent that it is used to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent any medical condition or psychological disorder nor are they intended as a substitute for seeking professional health care advice and services.

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Two of the key differences between the Emotion and Body Code

and other energy healing methods are:

1. You don't need to relive or share details of past experiences to benefit.

2. We can move forward by quickly releasing hurts, hang-ups, and baggage to leave them in the past.

“I favor the Emotion and Body Code for energy healing.” – Kelly Blakey

 

Energy healing plays an essential role in the holistic approach to wellness. Energy healing may be one of the best things we can do for ourselves. Always remember that we deserve to live pain free. Energy Healing promotes harmony and balance within, relieving stress and supporting the body's natural ability to heal. Energy healing is widely recognized as a valuable and effective complement to conventional medical care.

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The Emotion and Body Code share an important role

in the holistic approach to wellness.

 

Holistic simply means:  The treatment of looking at the whole person, rather than just one’s individual symptoms of a mental or physical illness.

Wellness simply means:  The act of practicing healthy habits on a daily basis to attain better physical and mental health outcomes,so we are not just surviving, we’re thriving.

The holistic approach is characterized by the belief that the parts of something are interconnected and can be explained only by reference to the whole. The holistic approach includes looking at a person’s physical, emotional, social, and spiritual, and financial health. The holistic belief is only by addressing the whole person in mind-body-spirit can health care bring out the healthiest, happiest version of ourselves.

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The relationship between released trapped emotions & being healthy.

 

When our trapped emotions are released, the law of attraction increases for us. We become physically and mentally healthier. This makes it easier to take better care of ourselves. We also start noticing that we become more attractive, look younger, and feel more full of life. And we all know that being healthier slows down our aging process.

 

The relationship between trapped emotions and…

 

Stress.

 

Releasing our trapped emotions helps us lower stress. Stress may completely go away or substantially be reduced to help empower us to resolve the issues that cause us strife. The way we act in response to stress makes a big difference to our overall well-being.

 

Weight Gain.

 

Releasing our trapped emotions also helps us deal with emotional eating, which can be the main reason we gain weight. Some age-related changes that can affect us are; chronic stress, poor sleep, and sex hormone changes. Some underlying health conditions and medication side effects also affect our weight. Other potential causes may be late-night eating and microbes in your gut. Gut microbes of people with obesity are different from those who are lean.

 

Addictions.

 

Releasing our trapped emotions also helps us deal with substance abuse, and other addictions. “Scientific communities think that many people engage in activities to escape physical and emotional discomfort.

 

The historical root of the word comes from addicere, which means; to hand over to > give up to. A person with an addiction is not only handing over control but also giving up to their addiction. “Addiction is the only prison where the locks are on the inside.”

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There maybe some myths and misconceptions that may cause us to hesitate to have our trapped emotions released.

I don’t have any trapped emotions. So I don’t need to have them released.

 

You may be surprised to learn that everyone has trapped emotions even if you’ve been to therapy and you worked through your issues. Therapy can remove some emotions, but it can’t remove trapped emotions.

Feel Better.

Live More.

You’ll have to experience the Emotion and Body Code to appreciate it.

 

You’ll be surprised how much better you’ll feel every time a trapped emotion is released. And you’ll also be surprised how trapped emotions affect so many areas of your life and how they keep you from living a more abundant life.

 

So even if you believe that you don’t have any trapped emotions, take the holistic approach by thinking of your physical health. The Emotion Code can correct energy imbalances that could create the proper conditions for your body to return to a state where it can heal itself and you’ll be healthier.

It’s hocus-pocus and just another new age fad.

1. The truth is: The Emotion and Body Code is not hocus-pocus. They have been proven to be very effective in clearing trapped energy interfering with your body and mind.

 

2. The truth is: The Emotion and Body Code is not a new age fad. Dr. Nelson started using them in the early 90s.

The important differences between curing and healing.

And they’re huge.

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What is curing?

 

The historical root of the word therapy means; take care of > cure.

 

Curing is basically an external and passive process. “A patient remains passive when cured by someone else.” – Dr. Bernie Siegel

 

Being cured means a complete elimination of a disease or condition. It means it’s gone and won’t come back, while treatment is concerned with the medical or therapeutic management of a condition or symptoms. Treatments involve taking specific measures such as taking medications, therapy, or operations, to mitigate symptoms, and improve a condition.

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What is healing?

 

The historical root of the word healing means; restore to sound health > to make whole.

 

Healing is basically an internal and active process. “Healing is an involved activity, less dependent on external circumstances than on the work we prepared to do within ourselves.”    – Dr. Bernie Siegel

 

Healing is a deeper process of identifying the underlying cause of a condition. It often uncovers and addresses emotions, beliefs, and patterns that may contribute to illness or pain in the body. Healing always comes from within. It addresses any imbalance and corrects from the inside at a very deep level. – Cindy Carlson

 

Note:  Our health care system often refers to healing as the restoration of tissues, closure of wounds, and gradual improvement of a person’s physical well-being.

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More of what the differences can mean for you.

 

“Because a therapy can be applied with some success, it will have a lot more effect if the person is taking part in their healing. This means the responsibility of the results do not rest on the practitioner only, but on the person desiring a certain change. Each person must be responsible for their own healing. They must be part of the process.”  – Amelie St-Pierre

 

Curing is survival and avoiding change.

Healing is thriving. It’s not only accepting change, but wanting to change.

“The goal of the patient in the curing mode is survival. This is not limited to physical survival: rather it extends survival of all that the patient has learned to identify himself … In other words, the goal is to avoid change.

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On the other hand the goal of the patient in the healing mode is thriving. “It comes from the acceptance of change. This acceptance allows the patient to grow to a new sense of himself as a person (perhaps with disease) with a new experience of integrity and wholeness that is different than the old status quo.” – CMAJ, 7/14/09

 

“Curing is what a physician seeks to offer you. Healing, however, comes from within us. It’s what we bring to the table. Healing can be described as a physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual process. Healing is the most fundamental aspect of our condition, and it’s a continuous rediscovery of what it meant to be alive. It spills over into the rest of your life and guides us.” – Michael Lerner, PhD

 

“A cure signified the banishment of physical illness, but a healing could mean not just a physical cure, but a repairing and strengthening of the mind and spirit to improve the quality of life even when no physical cure was possible.” – Susan Howitch, Absolute Truths.

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An article by Lissa Rankin M.D. from Psychology Today:

 

“Curing and healing are inherently different.

 

In medical school and residency, most of our training focused on curing. Very little attention was focused on healing. You might heal a fracture or heal a gaping surgical wound. But healing a person? Nah. Woo woo, hocus pocus horsesh*t.

 

Curing means ‘eliminating all evidence of disease’ while healing means’ becoming whole’… But most health conditions are not so easily cured – things like migraine headaches, cancer, high blood pressure, diabetes, fibromyalgia, chronic pelvic pain, arthritis, and emphysema. Most health outcomes are much more successfully treated if they are healed from the core.

 

For example, you can give someone with high blood pressure three pills that barely control their hypertension, but until they learn to manage the high stress of their job in healthy ways (or quit their job), you’re unlikely to ‘cure’ their high blood pressure. The pills are merely a Band-aid.

 

If someone has ovarian cancer, you can cut out the cancer and treat any remaining cells with chemo. But you can only ‘cure’ cancer if the underlying physical, emotional, nutritional, and life imbalances are healed. Otherwise, the cancer just comes back. In the case of chronic illness or emotion disease, ‘cure’ is only lasting when healing happens on a deeper level.”

 

My vision of Pink Medicine is to create a huge healing roundtable at which you, as the patient, sit alongside those of us whose healing services you seek out … in my opinion, your voice matters most. You get the seat of honor. The rest of us all have tools in our toolboxes, for sure. And when we gather our tools together from different disciplines in a loving, collaborate, integrative way, with you at the center of our efforts, magic can happen.  But only if you are an active participant. – Lissa Rankin M.D,

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We also know that for every negative change we make including negative thoughts and poor life style choices, something else also changes for the worse.And many times it’s more than one thing that gets worse.

Turning “I never heard of it” into a positive.

 

Although The Emotion Code and The Body Code are the titles of two books and both have social media exposure, you most likely heard about it through a friend. And your friend heard it through another friend about how well it works. So we are more likely to make positive changes when we think about how well something works instead of thinking that I never heard of it. Shakespeare got it right when he wrote: “Our doubts are our traitors.”

 

Life is full of people who make positive changes sooner than others. So start focusing on your friend’s enthusiasm and how well these positive changes worked for them.

 

Now start thinking about how well these positive changes could work for you is the first step to making your life better.

“Whatever you can do or dream you can, begin it.

Boldness has genius, power, and magic to it.

Begin it now.” – Goethe

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