Achieve Balance. Process Emotions. Experience Life

Emotions are complicated and beautiful things. They guide us and give us information. Emotions are a result of a chemical reaction in the brain and organs, and a response to the world and our experiences. They are chemical and energetic as well as feeling and influencing our behaviors. When we feel, we think and then react, creating our experiences in life emotion by emotion. Experiencing emotions, however, is more complicated than most of us imagine. Each of us experiences feelings differently, sometimes repressing them or ignoring them or reliving them indefinitely, and thereby trapping them in the body. Emotions are meant to dissipate, leaving the body after they are felt. So when emotions become trapped like in the above scenarios, they can alter our experiences of new emotions, such as attracting negativity because we expect negativity based on past emotional experiences. Trapped emotions may cloud your interpretation of how you feel on a day to day basis. Simply put, trapped emotions may be one of the largest contributors to subjectively feeling emotions.

Trapped Emotions
Causing Subjective Emotion

When you look at someone else, you may be able to identify their emotions. You see someone laughing, for instance, and decide they are happy. Alternatively, you might see someone crying and assume they are sad. Doing so is the definition of the subjective experience of emotion. You likely don’t realize that you might do the same thing with your own emotions.

Have you ever thought you felt happy but realized your idea of happiness was complacency? All too often, individuals feel like they are not experiencing the full extent of their emotions. They feel as though they are living in a fog. Something feels as though it’s blocking their ability to feel happiness, sadness, longing, or any other deep emotional experience.

Often trapped emotions can influence our next new emotional experience as well. Some people may find themselves unexplainably angry or anxious regarding a current event. In addition to feeling blocked, others may notice their subjective emotional experiences are through the lens of only one prominent emotion. Take anger for example, if anger is trapped a person experiencing a moment of fear may actually feel anger rather than fear. Or an experience of nervousness will also make them angry, or even more typically an experience of sadness will show up as anger instead. How subjective is that? Because of so much trapped anger, everything begins to feel like anger.

This subjective experience of emotion can happen due to a myriad of negative trapped emotions.

How Emotion Code©
Advisors Help Release
Trapped Emotions

This emotional backlog may be the result of an emotional buildup, known as trapped emotions. Emotion Code experts train diligently to understand and locate these trapped emotions. They often manifest physically in the form of stress, strain, and tension throughout the body. Experts will ask a variety of questions to help identify what the trapped emotion is, its location, and how it causes subjective experience of emotion in your daily life.

From there, your expert will attempt to help relieve this emotional blockage, allowing you to fully experience and process your emotions. After trying The Emotion Code©, clients have stated that they feel relieved and as though they lifted a weight off their shoulders.

If you’ve felt gray lately, something may be keeping you from feeling the full extent of your emotions, you may be experiencing a trapped emotion. Our practitioner Christina Kim may be able to help you identify and relieve these negative feelings, so reach out to us today.