Heart Wall: What it is, how it hurts ,and how to release it?

Have you ever been injured emotionally? Have you ever felt that emotional heaviness in your chest like your heart was breaking?

When we experience negativity, whether it be from a traumatic event or chronic abuse, our subconscious mind works diligently to protect us by building a wall around the heart, known as a heart-wall. While this heart-wall may be necessary to survive at the time, it keeps us from living a full and vibrant life. With mindfulness and time, you can discover and eliminate your heart-wall and find heart-wall healing.

What Is a Heart-Wall?

A heart-wall is a safety measure. It is a virtual security system installed by your subconscious that keeps toxic, intruding negativity out and allows you to survive. Although it serves a purpose, it should only be there temporarily.

While a heart-wall is not an actual physical barrier around your heart, it is built with “materials” that are very real to your subconscious. The “material” used can be reflective of the event that caused the construction of the heart-wall in the first place. Your subconscious may have constructed it from wood from a memory of hardwood floors when the traumatic event happened, for example. Or it could be a good memory that gives you strength, like making it out of kryptonite because you loved Superman as a kid.

These heart-wall materials are subconscious manifestations of energy being used to defend yourself and your emotions. You are using your own energy to keep yourself safe and help you function through a difficult time.

How Does a Heart-Wall Hurt?

While construction of a heart-wall can protect you from bad feelings coming in, it also keeps out the good feelings. Conversely, your love, desire, and happiness get trapped behind that heart-wall, so you are unable to send out positive vibes. So you can see that a heart-wall doesn’t just hurt you, it can hurt those around you who need your joy and love.

A heart-wall can be an emotional prison. Until you find it and release the trapped emotions and energies causing it, you will go through life somewhat like a zombie. You are moving, you are surviving, but you are not living.

How Can You Release a Heart-Wall?

By using the techniques described in The Emotion Code  book , you can take steps to release a heart-wall, whether it be your own or another’s, and finally start living a full life.

The first step is identification of the wall. Simply ask yourself the question, “Is there a heart-wall?” Sometimes a heart-wall can be hidden, so you may have to ask, “Is there a hidden heart-wall?”

The next step is very important. You must ask if the heart-wall can be released. Most of the time the answer will be “yes,” but occasionally the person is just not ready to let that guard down. It can actually be quite overwhelming to suddenly feel again.

When a person is ready to tear down that heart-wall, it happens through The Emotion Code healing process of releasing the trapped emotions. Sometimes this can be done all at one time, while other times it may take a series of sessions over a number of days or weeks. Learn how to identify and release trapped emotions by becoming an Emotion Code practitioner , Discover the Emotion Code

The Emotion Code

In my work, I’ve discovered that approximately eight out of ten people have heart-walls that are keeping them from living a joyous and fulfilling life. Through The Emotion Code, you can better understand the physical and psychological connections and how they affect everyday life.

Imagine for a second, your life without a Heart wall? Book your free session today

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  4. Hi!

    I’d love to book a free session with you. I’ve heard great things about your healing from my friends Vanessa Febles and my sister Courtney Ward.

    ~ Gina Ward

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