An Alcoholic of 20 Years is Able to Stop Drinking After Releasing Her Heart-Wall

I was eager to release my Heart-Wall as soon as I watched that part of the seminar. It was made up of water that was 5 miles deep! I released 4 Trapped Emotions and it was gone. After I released the Trapped Emotions, I was expecting to feel this huge weight lift off my shoulders, but I felt nothing. Everything seemed normal. I thought, "Okay. Well, I'm new at this and I can try again." This was on January 3, 2013.
I am an alcoholic. I have struggled with alcoholism for 20 years. I have tried to stop many times. No matter how hard I tried to stop, nothing worked. The last drink I had before I released my Heart-Wall was two days before on New Year's Eve. I could usually go without drinking for about 3 days before I couldn't control the absolute need to have a drink. The next 2 days came and went. On January 6th I thought, "Wow, I haven't had a drink. I haven't even had the urge." Then I asked myself, "Do I feel and urge now to drink?" I didn't. In fact it was the exact opposite. I had no desire to drink. I knew at that moment that it was because I released my Heart-Wall. I thought, "Okay, let's see what happens next."
The next few days came and went with no desire. Then more days came and went with no desire to drink. Then, "Wow, maybe I can go a whole month without drinking." It has now been almost 3 months still with no desire to drink.
I feel amazing and I feel so fortunate and so blessed to have come across The Emotion Code. My life has completely flipped around for the better and I am so grateful. There are no words to describe the happy place that I'm in. It took all of 15 minutes, maybe less, to get rid of a terrible burden that could have destroyed my life and others around me. That was just the tip of the iceberg.
The Emotion Code to me is a new way of life. I'm so grateful to Dr. Nelson and all those who have made this possible. I can't wait to get certified and help others!
Velvet Brown ~ Jaffery, NH

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