By Dr. Bradley Nelson
As an adult child, do you ever find yourself reacting emotionally to something your mom, dad or a sibling says? It could be an innocent or cutting remark, but all of a sudden you find yourself feeling angry, frustrated or sad.
You may think that you have let go of your emotional baggage from the past, only to have these feelings return, seemingly out of nowhere. If this is this case, your body may be literally inhabited by the invisible energies of old emotions - what I called "trapped emotions."
Trapped emotions can cause you to make wrong assumptions, overreach to innocent remarks and misinterpret behavior, short-circuiting your relationships. They can lead to depression, anxiety and other forms of chronic illness, yet go undiagnosed by conventional medicine.
In more than 25 years working to help people release and heal from trapped emotions, I have seen astonishing results when people finally rid themselves of these unwanted energies. Finding and releasing trapped emotions can change how you feel and behave, the choices you make, and the results that you get in life.
Here are three tips to help you be less reactive until you can release your emotional baggage:
1. Shield yourself before going into any potentially triggering situation: To do this, hold the intention of creating a shield around your body to protect you, one that will allow positive feelings in (such as love and gratitude) while filtering out negative energies sent toward you from others. As you hold this focused intention, glide your fingertips over your head a few times, relax and breathe. This will put some energy into your Governing Meridian. Picture the shield acting as a filter that covers and surrounds your body; one that will protect you from negative energies that might set off a negative reaction.
2. Speak your mind without creating drama: Do your part to make it a non-emotional situation. If you're feeling stressed about family interaction, go outside for a few minutes to get some fresh air. Ask yourself if you're overreacting. Recognize your own feelings and analyze what your mom or dad meant to say. Give them the benefit of the doubt - it's likely no offense was meant. If you aren't sure, ask for clarification, and then react appropriately, with kindness, with love and with forgiveness if you can.
3. Learn from your parents' mistakes: Look at mistakes in a positive light. Mistakes teach us what NOT to do. With this in mind, you can approach your relationship with your parents with a sense of humility rather than blame.
Most importantly, take steps to identify and release your trapped emotions. There are resources available to help you get rid of your emotional baggage once and for all. Go to Emotioncodegift.com and download the free Emotion Code e-book. Read it to learn how to find and release your trapped emotions. If you need assistance, you can contact a Certified Emotion Code Practitioner and schedule a session to release your trapped emotions by visiting HealersLibrary.com/global-practitioner-map/
About Dr. Bradley Nelson: Dr. Nelson has lectured internationally on the natural healing of chronic illness and successfully treated patients from across the US and Canada for decades. He has trained more than 3200 practitioners worldwide on how to help people overcome unresolved anger, depression, anxiety, loneliness and other negative emotions and the physical symptoms associated them. Dr. Bradley Nelson is one of the world's foremost experts in the emerging fields of Bioenergetic Medicine and Energy Psychology. His bestselling book "The Emotion Code" is helping people all over the world to improve their lives easily and quickly. Download a free copy of The Emotion Code in both audio and .pdf versions, including step-by-step instructions for working with the body's healing power at www.EmotionCodeGift.com.
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