How I used the Emotion Code to give myself true freedom in life.

Emotion Code and Body code giving freedom from stress and anxiety

With all the talk about ‘freedom’ recently I want to ask deeply what freedom means to you. 

When we look at the definition of freedom in the dictionary it states 3 meanings.

  1. the power or right to act, speak, or think as one wants. 
  2. the state of not being imprisoned or enslaved.
  3. the state of not being subject to or affected by (something undesirable).

We all have the ability to be free, but many people rarely exercise their freedoms. Here I’ll describe how each of the definitions played out in my life. 

  1. the power or right to act, speak, or think as one wants. 

I hid behind a mask because of the fear of judgement from others. My family, my so called friends etc. I held onto what I truly wanted to express because I did not want to offend or make others uncomfortable. I had the freedom to think as I wanted, I just chose to think of myself as not worthy enough, not capable enough or not good enough.

  1. the state of not being imprisoned or enslaved.

Whilst not physically imprisoned or enslaved I was mentally imprisoned and enslaved by my own mind. My negative self dialog drove me insane and unable to function. I procrastinated. I avoided things in life I truly wanted in a state of fear. I was disconnected from the world. 

  1. the state of not being subject to or affected by (something undesirable).

I was affected by everything in my external environment that was undesirable. I gave all my power away to others because I lived in fear of judgement. I let others control me because I couldn’t say no when I wanted to.

For 30+ years I was enslaved and controlled by the negative side of the chatter. 

I thought if I ignored it long enough it would just go away. It doesn’t. 

I thought I may be able to eat and drink it away. It doesn’t help, it just makes it worse.

But I’m happy to say it is very quiet on the negative side now. 

How did I overcome this?

By releasing my emotional baggage. Your emotional baggage is just energy. You can feel that dense heavy energy when you think of a memory from the past that was undesirable.

It might be a person or a place that you only need to think about, but you feel this emotional energy arise from just the thought. 

The energy is real. I’ve learned through a method called the Emotion Code to be able to clear this negative energy away, so when you look back at the situation it’s just a memory with no emotional connection.

But what does holding onto it do to us? You may not be aware of it but your mind knows about all the baggage that is there hidden away. Every time you come across a similar situation, our mind goes digging into your past experiences to guide you on how to react. 

Most of it is no longer relevant to your current life. It should have been thrown out a long time ago. But we just don’t get around to dealing with it. Mostly because it can be confronting or painful.

With the Emotion Code we clear this baggage. Completely painlessly, you don’t even have to talk about it, we just clear the emotional energy tied to the baggage. 

Once I cleared my emotional baggage I felt so much freedom. The freedom to be my true self. The freedom to share this work with you and the world without fear of failure or rejection.

The first step is to be honest with yourself. Are you really free or just faking it through life? I was faking it for so long. It takes more energy to live a lie.

If you need help, I’m here for you. No judgement.