Dr. Bradley Nelson, Tony Robbins – foreword – The Emotion Code

In this newly revised and expanded edition of The Emotion Code, renowned holistic physician and lecturer Dr. Bradley Nelson skillfully lays bare the inner workings of the subconscious mind. He reveals how emotionally charged events from your past can still be haunting you in the form of “trapped emotions” – emotional energies that literally inhabit your body. These trapped emotions can fester in your life and body, creating pain, malfunction, and eventual disease. They can also extract a heavy mental and emotional toll on you, impacting how you think, the choices you make, and the level of success and abundance you are able to achieve. Perhaps most damaging of all, trapped emotional energies can gather around your heart, cutting off your ability to give and receive love.

The Emotion Code is a powerful and simple way to rid yourself of this unseen baggage. Dr. Nelsons method gives you the tools to identify and release the trapped emotions in your life, eliminating your emotional baggage and opening your heart and body to the positive energies of the world.

Filled with real-world examples from many years of clinical practice, The Emotion Code is a distinct and authoritative work that has become a classic on self-healing.

Author: Dr. Bradley Nelson, Tony Robbins – foreword
Narrator: Dr. Bradley Nelson, Tony Robbins – foreword
Duration: 9 hours 58 minutes
Released: 19 Jul 2005
Publisher: Macmillan Audio
Language: English

User Review:

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I think there is probably something to his practice, but regardless, there are way too many testimonials that say pretty much the same. And even if all of these people did get lasting, positive changes in their lives (how about something akin to a controlled trial from Dr. Nelson so we can see that these are actual testimonials and that it’s not all placebo/ psychosomatic?), there are too many of them saying the same thing. This book is more of an advertisement for his training than a book. I felt at times like he should be paying me to read it. The real info the reader needs could be fit in a couple chapters at most and the book could be sold for a quarter of the cost.