The Trapped Emotions can be the cause of your physical pain, relationship issues, or any negative subconscious beliefs we hold about certain concepts, and they’re ingrained into our minds since childhood. Are you experiencing pain that seems to have no apparent cause?
According to many practitioners and energy healers, emotional baggage is real and can be the underlying cause of our diseases, pain, and adverse autoimmune patterns. Emotional therapy is a brilliant tool that offers a non-invasive, holistic approach to healing.
In Kinesiology (Touch for Health) there are several techniques that deal with trapped emotions, and below is a specific technique developed by Dr. Bradley Nelson.
Dr. Bradley Nelson, an internationally renowned holistic chiropractor, teacher, and author of the book “Emotion Code” believes that, when you feel intense negative emotions such as anger, sadness, grief, or frustration, they can get trapped in the body in the form of an energetic ball. This is what he calls a trapped emotion—a ball of emotional energy.
“It can lodge anywhere in your body, and wherever it lodges, it will cause imbalances and blockages in the body’s energy field, leading to physical, mental, and emotional issues,” he says.
In his professional experience, the majority of physical pain is emotional pain trapped in our body for years.
Trapped Emotions: Symptoms & Examples
Physical pain, anxiety, depression, and an overall feeling of being stuck in life are just a few examples of how trapped emotions can manifest.
The most common symptoms of trapped emotions are included in the table below. Although it is not all possible issues connected with emotions.
How to use the Emotional Relief Technique in Practice?
This chart is used in conjunction with muscle testing, also known as applied kinesiology.
It’s a technique that helps you communicate with your subconscious mind.
Kinesiologists use muscle testing to access clients’ biofeedback systems to help identify stressors and blockages in the body. You too can learn this simple skill for self-testing.
Muscle testing is the art of applying pressure to a muscle and looking for either a yes/ no, or a stress response. It’s used to access information from your body at this present time. Anybody can do it because it uses your electrical system and your muscles.
Here’s how it works
If you’ve ever been to a kinesiologist or holistic physician experienced in muscle testing, you’ve experienced muscle testing. The practitioner asks you to stick out your arm and resist his/her pressure. It feels like they are trying to push your arm down after they’ve told you not to let them do it. Everything is going fine, and then all of a sudden they press, and your arm falls down no matter how hard you try to keep it up. That is using muscle testing.
Simply stated, the body has within it and surrounding it, an electrical network or grid. If anything impacts your electrical system that does not maintain or enhance your health and your body’s balance, your muscles, when having physical pressure applied, are unable to hold their strength. In other words, if pressure is applied to an individual’s extended arm while their body’s electrical system is being adversely affected, the muscles will weaken and the arm will not be able to resist the pressure. The circuits of the electrical system are overloaded or have short-circuited, causing a weakening of that system.
However, if pressure is applied while the electrical system is being positively affected, the circuits remain strong, balanced, and capable of fully functioning throughout the body. The muscles will remain strong, the person will easily resist and the arm will hold its position.
Kinesiology is the established method for reading the body’s balance through the balance of the electrical system at any given moment. When it comes to self-testing, the easiest way to do muscle testing is a method called body swing.
Here’s a general guide on how to do self-muscle testing with body swing*:
- Stand upright with your feet shoulder-width apart, and keep your arms by your sides.
- Ask a yes or no question related to the muscle you are testing. For example, “Is the trapped emotion in column A?“
- Close your eyes and focus on the question. Keep your mind open and relaxed.
- Observe the movement of your body. If your body sways backward, the answer is no. If your body sways forward, the answer is yes.
- Repeat the process several times to confirm your results.