“To love oneself is the beginning of a life-long romance”
– Oscar Wilde

I’ve been on a journey of self-discovery these past few months as I’ve continued to work with Emily using the Emotion Code.  I did not realize to what magnitude releasing these trapped emotions could do to help me move on from situations that were toxic for me.  Now that my heart-wall has been worked on, I have more capacity to feel not only more for others but for myself.  After my sessions with Emily, I became more aware of thoughts and actions that were harming my relationships and causing me to become more distant from my true self.  Not only has Emily helped to release these trapped emotions but she has given me tools and insight on how to keep these emotions from becoming trapped in the first place. 

I’ve learned that in the past when situations arose that were unpleasant or sometimes overly stimulating I would feel whatever rose up within me, whether that was anger, sadness, jealously.  The problem was that I did not process these emotions.  In other words, I did not take the time to stop and ask myself “Why do I feel this way?”  and understand where these emotions were coming from.  I needed to be self-compassionate and loving with myself while examining my triggers and then releasing the emotions fully once I’d recognized that part of myself that I needed to work on. 

I also came to strong realization while working with Emily that I was becoming way too dependent on others.  When I would feel strong emotion building up inside of me, I would reach out to whoever was closest to me and pour out all my feelings on them and expect them to fix it. To make me feel better.  I did the same thing when any situation came up that I wasn’t sure how to respond to or how I should act.  Instead of trusting my own instincts, trusting myself— I would call on someone to answer the question for me.  Little did I know that this was preventing me from building self-trust and tuning in to my own intuition.

So many different parts of myself were discovered while working with Emily.  I also realized that I didn’t know how to handle situations where I would start to feel strong emotions while in the company of others.  I’m learning now how to “press the pause button” on emotions I don’t know how to handle at the time, while those emotions are “paused” I replace that emotion with joy or gratitude until I have time by myself to reflect on that “paused” emotion.  These has been an extremely helpful tool.

I’m so grateful to have had the chance to work with Emily and for all that I’ve learned from her.  If you feel that you have emotions that need to be released so that you too can go on and live a more peaceful, content and self-compassionate life, I would encourage to reach out to Emily 949-478-2624.  You’ll be happy that you did.