If you’ve experienced the benefits of the Emotion Code® or the Body Code™, you likely want to share these energy healing tools with the people you love! If the people in your life are unfamiliar with these specific methods, or with energy healing in general, it can be hard to find the words to explain them. We’re here to help, with a few ways to explain these techniques to other people.
Explaining Energy Healing
If the person you’re chatting with doesn’t know what energy healing is, you’ll want to start with a simple and clear explanation! Explain that everything in the world has energy and that our bodies are no exception to this. Each part of our bodies has an energetic field, including our organs and tissues. Similarly, emotions, experiences, traumas, interactions, and more all carry energy.
Our premise is that those energies can interact with the energy in our bodies in specific ways. Energy may become trapped and create an imbalance within us. The impacts of these imbalances can affect us in a variety of ways. They may lead to physical discomfort or emotional turmoil. Energy healing seeks to identify energetic imbalances or blockages and remove them. By removing these energies, the body is then able to better heal itself!
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How to Explain The Emotion Code
If you want to share information about Level 1: the Emotion Code, read this script suggestion for some ideas to communicate about this energy healing tool. You can make this script your own, and add your own perspective! It can be very powerful for people to hear your own story, and how the Emotion Code has impacted you.
“I do a form of energy work called the Emotion Code. I use this tool to help enable people to get rid of their emotional baggage. The technique works to identify and release trapped emotions, which are harmful emotional energies from negative past events. Trapped emotions can cause a variety of physical and emotional issues. They can block people from feeling love and happiness and can make them feel disconnected from others. Because trapped emotions are made of energy, just like the rest of the body, they exert an influence on the body’s tissues and can cause physical discomfort. Releasing trapped emotions makes conditions right for the body to heal itself physically, and emotional difficulties often disappear or become much easier to handle.”
You might then share a story about how you’ve helped someone by using The Emotion Code. Or, share a personal testimonial about a time The Emotion Code helped you!
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How to Explain The Body Code
If you aren’t sure what to tell people when you’re describing Level 2: the Body Code, this quick summary might help! Read through it to get some ideas about good ways to communicate about this method. Add your own insight and stories to help make it personal.
“I do a form of energy healing called the Body Code, which deals with balancing the body in these different aspects – emotional, energetic, nutritional, structural, pathogens and toxicity. The Body Code is a sophisticated and complete method of body balancing. Anything that is imbalanced in the body is able to be identified and corrected. This technique is not meant to replace any medical treatment, but by correcting underlying imbalances, we help the body’s innate self-healing ability to take over. As a result, discomfort and malfunction in the body often disappear, the organs function as they should, nutrients are absorbed properly, energy levels are raised, and emotional issues become manageable or nonexistent.”
If these tools have been impactful for your health and happiness, you probably want to tell everyone about them! These scripts can be helpful when sharing both tools with your friends and family. Sometimes the best way to explain something is by showing. You can allow people to experience the power of energy healing by providing a session if you’re a practitioner, or setting them up with a session with another certified Emotion Code or Body Code practitioner.
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