​The Heart-Wall™: What It Is, How It Hurts & How to Release It for the Sake of Your Happiness by Dr. Bradley Nelson

Mindfulness
10 months ago
​The Heart-Wall™: What It Is, How It Hurts & How to Release It for the Sake of Your Happiness

When people experience a bad breakup, divorce, death of a partner, abuse or other traumatic events, the pain of those experiences can cause them to close off their hearts. This may prevent them from giving and receiving love, block them from forming new relationships and lead them to feel lonely and isolated. I've coined the phrase Heart-Wall™ to describe this condition.

What Is It?

Our premise is when people experience the trauma of a bad breakup or other hurtful experiences, an energetic “wall” may form around their heart. We define this is a protective mechanism designed to shield the heart from further hurt, but it has a downside. While this Heart-Wall may be necessary to get through a tough time, it may keep us from living a full and vibrant life.

How Does a Heart-Wall Hurt?

While a Heart-Wall can protect you from bad feelings coming in, it also keeps out the good feelings. Conversely, your love, desire and happiness may get trapped behind that Heart-Wall. A Heart-Wall doesn’t just hurt you, it can hurt those around you who need your joy and love.

How Can You Release a Heart-Wall? 

I've developed The Emotion Code® and The Body Code™ to help people release Heart-Walls and “Trapped Emotions,” the unseen emotional baggage from difficult and traumatic life experiences. When a person is ready to tear down that Heart-Wall, it happens through The Emotion Code energy healing process of releasing the Trapped Emotions. Sometimes this can be done all at one time, while other times it may take a series of sessions over a number of days or weeks.

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Cassiday
I know many people with heart walls. ❤️
Elisa A. Schmitz 30Seconds
When you've been hurt, it's so hard to not put up that wall so you don't get hurt again. Yet if the wall is up, you close the door to beautiful possibilities. Thank you for this helpful information, Dr. Bradley Nelson !

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