Removal is the second new session (after Emotion
Coding Release) that I've developed. This work is also based
on what I learned from reading Dr. Bradley Nelson's The Emotion
Code. Dr. Nelson
estimates that 80% of the people on Earth have a heart wall!
When I first
announced that I am doing Emotion Coding Release and Heart-Wall
Removal, I did not realize that it would be more beneficial to
release emotions trapped in the body before doing Heart-Wall
Removal. I found that most clients have more harmful emotions
trapped in their body than I could release in the 65 minutes
allotted for this session. Usually, this is about 15 emotions--even
more, if a person is particularly troubled. Therefore, I recommend
that Emotion Coding Release be done before Heart-Wall Removal.
are created by the subconscious mind to protect the person's
emotional heart from harm by others and, fueled by its infinite
imagination, the subconscious mind selects a "material"
that is symbolic for the person. As Dr. Nelson points out, "Quite
often there will be a noticeable relevance between the personality
of an individual and their Heart-Wall material." Examples:
heart walls can be made of metal, fabric, wood, stone, etc. One
client even had one made of diamond and which Dr. Nelson was
unable to remove.
believe that people who are self-aware, like most of my clients,
realize they have a heart-wall. When I mentioned in email messages
to two long-time clients that I was developing a session to remove
heart-walls, each immediately knew she had one and asked for
a session right away. I found that I had one too.
key to understanding Heart-Walls is to know that they are created
by the subconscious mind and that their composition is symbolic
for the person in some way. In order to remove Heart-Walls, one
must be able to contact a person's subconscious mind and, effectively,
tell it that the Heart-Wall is composed of a specific, non-symbolic
emotion (or emotions). Then a person's mind-body is consciously
able to acknowledge its existence.
ARE SOME HALLMARKS OF "HEART-WALLS":
They can be made of wood, metal, gemstone(s), fabric, paper,
glass, flowers, leather, stones, earth, clay, vegetation, construction
Since the are purely energetic,
they can be millimeters to miles in thickness.
They can be hidden, camouflaged,
There can be windows and doors
(locked or unlocked) in them.
They can have various shapes:
spherical, box-like, Valentine-heart- shaped, curtained, caged
(Mine was a literal jail, complete with metal bars and locks!)
Emotions comprising them can
originate in past lifetimes.
Emotions that created the Heart-Wall
must be released in a specific order before the Heart-Wall can
are some of the other materials and shapes of Heart-Walls that
I have found when doing client sessions:
Mystic topaz: faceted into a 3-D Valentine
Copper (bright & shiny): shaped like
a little tea kettle
Leafy and hedge-like: woven in repetitive
Ceramic clay with opalescent, fired glaze
(H-W was masked)
Concrete/cement: box-shaped, 7"-thick
Steel: square box; steel: spherical
Red clay (terra-cotta): dome-shaped
Glass (smoked): shaped like a box (H-W was
paralyzed); glass (medium-blue oval), 1/8 "-thick.
Leather: baseball glove
Pure energy: 1.5m cylinder (was invisible);
pure energy: a specific frequency (spread 102-feet-out from physical
Tin: cylindrical, like a tin can
Dried flowers ("thatched"): flat
& oval shaped
Burgundy satin cape: only in front of physical
Platinum box: 4"-thick
Red bricks: little brick house
Metal birdcage, small
"Powder puff": 4 fluffy inches
Plaster of Paris: heart-shaped, spread 2-feet-out
Removing the Heart-Wall is a
totally different process than is Emotion Coding Release. First,
all the emotions comprising the Heart-Wall must be removed. Then,
with the help of your High Self and Subconscious Mind, we remove
what is left of the Heart-Wall.
Harmful emotions that one inherits
can become part of a Heart-Wall at conception--but the emotions
don't get trapped in the body until later, perhaps as the issue
starts to express in the current lifetime.
The last emotion that can be
released from a Heart-Wall may well be the first that became
part of the Heart-Wall, as there seems to be an inverse order.
In addition, the higher the number of other lifetimes in which
the emotion is part of a Heart-Wall, the longer it takes to release
it. It's all quite complex!
At the bottom of your session
notes for each part of the Emotion Coding Release process you
will see my notes of which emotions removed from your body are
also part of your Heart-Wall. For example, in one client's case,
I already diagnosed "Humiliated," "Rejected"
and "Abandoned" as being part of his Heart-Wall. There
were others comprising the client's Heart-Wall that were not
previously, also, trapped in his body.
diagnosis part takes the most time because I have to determine
whether the client is ready to release his/her heart wall, what
the heart-wall is made of, whether there are "nested"
emotions, which emotion(s) are trapped there and when the emotions
comprising the heart-wall first happened. How long the release
part takes also depends on how long--and how many "layers"
of the emotions--there are in the heart-wall.
example: When working with my own heart-wall (a literal jail
that extended 8 feet out from my body), I found that 10 emotions
had contributed to its creation--6 of which came from a single
past life in which I was beheaded. These 6 emotions were: self-punishment,
betrayal, "lies!", self-blame, feeling unsupported
and guilt. (Obviously, there was a lot of self-punishment going
on in my current lifetime for events I can't even remember.)
One of the other emotions originated during pre-natal months
and kept compounding until I was about five years old. Another
originated at my birth and had continued throughout my lifetime
until I was able to remove my heart-wall. The final emotion contributing
to the creation of my heart-wall had been operative for 110 lifetimes!
Remote 65-min. Session Fee: $82.00 U.S.