I’m almost 76 years old… so don’t give up…it’s NEVER too late!!! I’ve just released my 100th trapped emotion, most all of them between the ages of 3 yrs to 20 yrs old. I’ve suffered from panic attacks and paralyzing fears for most of my life. Of the 100 trapped emotions that I have now released, 25 of them were trapped ‘panic’ emotions! Needless to say, my life, though not yet where I want it to be, is 100 times better than it was. I’m still releasing trapped emotions (at age 76, you’ve had time to trap many!).

There were times when I thought, “I just can’t live this way”, those of you who have suffered through these kinds of horrible emotions know exactly what I mean by this.
I tried other types of ’emotional release methods’, but none were even nearly as effective as ‘The Emotion Code’ method, for me personally. I will say this, for I don’t think the ‘book’ dwelt on this enough… expect some unpleasantness, some emotional pain, great fatigue, some extreme discomforts at times after releasing. When you’re thinking, I’m getting worse rather than better, just wait a bit… once the processing of it is over (and for me, often times it was several days) you’ll immediately ‘feel’ the change. I’ve been amazed at the paralyzing effect that the accumulation of so many trapped emotions had on me, releasing them one at a time has saved my life. I’m truly thankful for this. My advice is to be brave, release them, and finally begin to really live. – David

I am a therapist, and I have been using The Emotion Code with most of my clients for about 2 months now. Recently, a 12-year-old boy was brought in by his mom. He had experienced some trauma about 18 months ago and since that time has had chronic stomach pain. He was even prescribed a medication for stomach pain and while he was sitting in my office, it was very clear that he was experiencing significant discomfort. After I heard the story from his mother, I asked his body if he had any trapped emotions that were causing him stomach pain. His body said yes. I released 3 trapped emotions. Surprisingly, none of them were trapped 18 months ago. All were trapped during the first 1-3 years of his life. When I finished, I asked him if he felt any better. He said, “a little,” but I think he was just trying to humor me. The session ended about 15 minutes later and they left my office. About 2 minutes later the boy came running back into my office to tell me that his stomach pain was completely gone. He was very excited! It has been over three weeks now and his stomach pain has not returned. He has also lost almost all of his symptoms of PTSD. – George Scripture

One of my very first experiences with the Emotion Code came with a client of EFT. He remarked at one session that he wished I could help his 2 yr old son with his new odd behavior. I was just dabbling in the Emotion Code at the time and was eager for people to try it out on. I mentioned this to my client and he said yes, let’s try it! His son had developed this bad behavior when they would strap him into his highchair at night. He would struggle against his parents, getting stiff, and then retaliating by spitting out his first bites of food. Being new parents, they were at a loss. We began by using my client as the surrogate for his son. After energy testing to get the connection we cleared the first emotion that neither one of us can remember. The second emotion was “panic” and we determined that it was at 9 months. At this point my client’s face lit up as he said “I know what it is!”, “at 9 months we took him for his 3rd round of shots, the first 2 rounds he slept through but this time he was wide awake and so upset that the nurses had to hold his arms across his chest while they proceeded to jab him in each arm.” So now every time they put him in the highchair and tried to strap him in, his subconscious mind was reminded of that panic and he would resist. We then cleared the emotion with three rolls down the governing meridian.

Later that evening I received a text message. “I can hardly believe it (and my wife was wondering if this was really her son 🙂 ) but we had ‘zero’ trouble putting him in his highchair and he stayed in it a lot longer than usual.” And I am happy to report that the bad behavior never returned. In fact, now, a year later, the highchair is his favorite chair in the house. – Christine Danyi CECP