Vitalistic Body vs Mechanistic Body

Before you start to think I am totally against the medical system I want to clarify a few things. I believe there is a time or place for medicine. It is an emergency medical system. If I get hurt and deeply cut my arm, I want to be in this system. They have all the tools to get me back to where I need to be. But don’t be fooled. This is not a health care system. Looking at our bodies in a mechanistic way does not build health.

2013-12-10T17:26:04+00:00December 10th, 2013|Articles|2 Comments

Sharon Deugo’s Body Code Experience

I am constantly learning and growing as I use The Body Code System. The reason I work with The Body Code is because it is so multi-dimensional. The six areas of imbalances that The Body Code addresses gives the practitioner an opportunity to view the clients healing challenge from so many different perspectives. The clients that have worked with The Emotion Code and Body Code systems can clearly see how The Body Code offers a more advanced approach to underlying challenges they are facin

2013-12-05T14:44:36+00:00December 5th, 2013|Articles|0 Comments

Best Practices for New Practitioners

As a Certified Emotion Code Practitioner, I recognize I am an instrument to bring healing to the world. In order to fulfill that vital role, it’s important that I use the principles taught by Dr. Nelson for myself. Regular clearing of my own Trapped Emotions is an essential element of the ongoing process of becoming my very best.

2013-12-04T09:44:02+00:00December 4th, 2013|Articles|2 Comments

How Does The Body Code Differ From The Emotion Code?

I am not, in any way, belittling the power of The Emotion Code; For those however, that found their symptoms returning, being able to offer The Body Code as the next step has allowed significantly greater chances to clear a far wider range of imbalances. Could I have done any of this without the foundation knowledge provided from The Emotion Code training? Absolutely not.

2013-12-03T08:21:45+00:00December 3rd, 2013|Articles|2 Comments