“My son is 9 years old and one of the biggest skeptics that I have ever met! One night my son was complaining of a sore throat and ear ache. I panicked at the thought that he might have another infection. Once a year, somehow he gets incredibly sick and ends up on antibiotics for weeks. I started calling it our annual trip to the ER because it would happen the same time every year.

My son sat up in bed complaining to me that his ear hurt and his throat hurt so I asked him if it would be okay if I tried the Emotion Code®. My son said, “Sure Mom, but I know it’s not going work.” He has always been a little skeptical of my energy healing work. So I responded with, “Okay, but if it works, then you have to be open to the possibility that it actually works.” He said, “Fine! You have 24 hours… and I have to feel 90% better.” I laughed and said, “Okay, deal!”

We worked on clearing emotion after emotion. Honestly, I wasn’t sure if it was going to stop… I actually thought I was doing my muscle testing incorrectly. By the time we were done, he said he felt a little better but not 90% yet. I told him that he should sleep on it and see how he feels in the morning. So he did and in the morning he came trotting down the stairs like nothing was wrong and he didn’t even mention feeling sick. He had completely forgotten that he was sick the night before. When I mentioned to him that he looked better and I asked him if he was a believer yet, he stopped in his tracks and was a little shocked that he was feeling so good. He said, “Wow, Mom! It did work!” Now, when he gets sick, he will ask me to clear emotions. Now he will even call me from the nurses’ station at school and ask me to work on him over the phone if he is feeling sick at school. He is now a believer!

~Melissa K., Georgia, USA

While Discover Healing can’t guarantee any specific results and submitted testimonials do not constitute a warranty or prediction regarding the outcome of any individual using The Emotion Code® for any particular issue or problem, published testimonials reflect these specific users’ experiences.