Although there are many, many different energetic systems in the body and any one of them can be out of balance, the root cause of most of our problems is trapped emotions.
Here at Heilstrom Healing we have seen seemingly unrelated symptoms instantly disappear in clients, simply by releasing trapped emotions. Acute physical pains are more often than not caused by a cluster of trapped emotions gathering in a specific area in the body. Very often these emotions are related to anger, stress, anxiety or hatred – but they can be literally anything!
Many other symptoms can also be caused by stuck emotions. Dr. Bradley Nelson cites a case in his book The Emotion Code, where he treated a drug exposed baby – the daughter of a severe addict – who had been diagnosed with cerebral palsy, mental retardation, severe asthma and hyperactivity. By simply releasing her stuck emotions related to grief, hopelessness, unworthiness and anger, he was able to completely eliminate all her symptoms. She came off the asthma medication, and after a few months, her doctors withdrew their diagnoses of cerebral palsy and mental retardation. And all this was achieved just by clearing emotions!
Soul Lab – the most comprehensive emotional system there is
Soul Lab is not the only system in the world that works with emotions. But it is the most comprehensive. It’s the only system I know of that has 120 emotions listed – many other popular systems have only half that. The people behind these systems claim that the subconscious is adaptable, and that if a particular emotion is not listed, it will pick the next nearest one. That is true, to a great extent. In early versions of Soul Lab, I found that there were certain emotions listed that simply were not needed. “Yearning” for example, was exactly the same as “longing”. “Vulnerable” was the same as “unsafe”. But there were others that the subconscious clearly treated as two separate emotions, many of which were missing from other systems. “Embarrassment” and “humiliation” is one example. Listing each of these emotions separately yields more results than can be found by listing one only.
It’s true that the subconscious is highly adaptable and capable of adjusting its answers to fit a limited list. But another truth about the subconscious is that the more precise the question, the more precise the answer you will get in return. This is why it is best to list all distinct emotions, even when the differences between them may be subtle.