Do You Have a Heart Wall? How Finding Out Could Change Your Life
Dr. Bradley Nelson’s Heart Wall Credit: Topnews
.in The amazing, adventurous process of releasing trapped emotional energies is the entire focus of my practice.
I believe so strongly that these emotional energies can block us in every part of our lives: money, love, finances and health. I can see so clearly (oh how I love hindsight!) the role they played in the chronic illnesses I suffered with for many years, as well as my inability to be the real “me” and to attract the type of partner that I had always dreamed of
. Working with clients, I find that different types of unprocessed emotional energy can tend to lead to different symptoms of dis-eases in the body. I believe trapped emotional energy can lodge itself anywhere in the body, causing a disruption to the organs, glands, tissue and cells surrounding it.
One of the things I see most clearly though, is a pattern of what happens when negative emotional energy is specifically trapped around your heart. I really believe this is because the heart is the seat of our being; the part of us that gently guides us in the world and draws in that and those who will make our journey exactly what it is supposed to be. If this is blocked, a part of us can feel cut off from life, joy, and even ourselves.
How Important Is Your Heart To Your Emotional Health?
Do you know just how important your heart is? It is the most powerful organ in your body. According to Dr. Bradley Nelson, your heart generates 60 to 1000 times more power and electromagnetic energy than your brain. And we thought our brains were in charge of everything, didn’t we?
Studies show that our heart’s signals extend out and around our body and actually have the ability to affect the brain waves of others.
A machine called the magnetocardiogram (MCG) have helped scientists discover the heart’s magnetic field extends up to 12 feet in diameter around the body! Using this very advanced technology, scientists have confirmed some things about the heart that should make us think more about just how essential this organ is to our emotional health
. Every time the heart beats, it sends messages to all the cells of the body
Your brain actually obeys the messages sent by the heart
The heart can “think” for itself
The heart has the ability to “remember” things (this is most well documented in endless stories of heart transplant patients taking on the traits or likes/dislikes of their donors)
“The heart and brain maintain a continuous two-way dialogue, each influencing the other’s functioning. The signals the heart sends to the brain can influence perception, emotional processing and higher cognitive functions. This system and circuitry is viewed by neurocardiology researchers as a “heart brain.” They also say “Research shows our heart’s field changes distinctly as we experience different emotions.” – The Institute of HeartMath
Do You Have A Heart Wall?
Have you ever felt that physical sensation we commonly refer to as heartache? This feeling of pressure or discomfort in the chest and throat occurs when we feel attacked, grief, deep sadness or loneliness. Dr. Bradley Nelson, the doctor who discovered the “Heart Wall,” believes that if you have this experience more than a couple of times in your life, your subconscious mind will form an http://amybscher.com/dr-bradley-nelson-heart-wall-negative-energy/
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