The Heart Wall

Your heart generates 60 to 1000 times more power and electromagnetic energy than your brain, easily making it the most powerful organ in your body.   Your heart is the core of your being, the core of who you really are… The heart has its own unique intelligence. It can think, feel and remember.            

                                                           The Emotion Code ~ Bradley Nelson, D.C.

Heart Wall is Dr. Bradley Nelson’s term for an invisible, protective barrier created around the heart by the subconscious mind to block us from mental, emotional and spiritual damage. It is constructed with intense emotions experienced in our past that have locked into our cells (trapped emotions).

According to Dr. Nelson, approximately 90% of Americans have a heart wall. In the human experience, we all are injured to varying degrees at different times of our lives. Our parents both unwittingly and sometimes purposely wound us. Teachers, friends, siblings and lovers wound us. Life, itself, can wound us. These woundings are recorded by the heart.

As an example, we now know through experiences reported by people with heart transplants, that the heart transfers information from the donor to the recipient. The recipient will begin to express some of the same feelings, concerns, and likes and dislikes, including food preferences that the donor had while alive. (For 10 brief case histories, check out this site or read A Change of Heart by Clare Sylvia . Also, read Paul Pearsall’s book The Heart’s Code: Tapping the Wisdom and Power of Our Heart Energy (Broadway Books, 1998) Besides that, there is a ton of scientific research available on the subject.

Unpleasant emotions from painful experiences often become trapped in the cells of our bodies. These emotions, when transferred to the heart, produce a formidable barrier, numbing us, and keeping pain at bay. Unfortunately, they also blocks many things from entering our heart such as love and caring. (click here to read more about The Emotion Code) The walls often begin building in childhood.

Can the Heart Wall be located through surgery? No, it exists on the invisible plane, much as our feelings do. However, it can be felt by others and registered outside of our waking knowledge. This is why, in large part, many deserving adults who desire a partner cannot find one. We are literally carrying an invisible sign that says, “Stay away. I don’t want you to hurt me.”

Trapped emotions are located through muscle testing. They can then be released with intention, a pendulum, or through use of a magnet taken down the spine. (In acupuncture, this is called the Governing Meridian.) It sounds fantastical, and almost too good to be true, yet it works. Our world would be very different if everyone’s heart walls were removed.

People who have had their heart wall released report happy things to me like this:

“After years without a date, I’ve now got three different men calling me.”

“I must be more approachable now, as strangers start conversations with me in the grocery store, the bank, the post office and at parties.”

“I’m more relaxed, and I don’t feel the need to judge others anymore.”

“My co-workers have been more friendly.”

“I’ve been asked what’s different in my life, and told that I look wonderful!”

About 30% of the time, effects are immediately visible. Many times, the results appear more gradually, as the body and mind adjust to the changes. 

Heart walls can lead to lethargy, depression, and broken relationships. Having one’s heart wall cleared can release many worries and fears. It can free one to soar and to be the loving, successful person s/he truly is. It also clears the way for romance.

Heart Wall release can take from 4-7 sessions. To release your heart wall, call or email Dr. Robin for an appointment at 512-444-9777


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