4/28/2015

Where Modern Medicine, Chiropractors and Massage fail, The Body Code succeeds!


I had an appointment to see a friend on a Wednesday afternoon a couple of weeks ago. I was feeling great, but that night when I went to bed, I couldn't lie on my back. I felt a pain of about a 7-8 severity, with 10 being "Take me to the hospital." I have never had a pain like this. It was sharp and right between my shoulder blades in the middle of my back. It felt as if my spine was out of alignment along with a pinched nerve. Not that I have ever had a pinched nerve, but that is what I imagine one might feel like. I was only able to sleep 2-3 hours that night due to the pain.
So the next day, Thursday, thinking this was a physical problem, I made an appointment for Friday to see my chiropractor. Thursday night the pain ensued and I actually took a muscle relaxer (which I hate doing) in order to get some sleep. It did not dull the pain at all, but allowed me to ignore it enough to sleep about 5 hours.
On Friday my chiropractor does a great job and aligns me. That night I lie down expecting to feel normal, but the pain is still there! Excruciating! I know I'm having a massage in the morning, so I ignore it, thinking the massage will relax out the muscles and I will be good as new.
Saturday morning I get a fabulous massage, spend a great time with friends and feel no pain all day, but once again, when I lie down to sleep the pain is there!! And it is just as bad as it was the first night. No relief at all after an alignment and a massage. It's now about 1:40 a.m. Sunday morning. I'm exhausted and have no idea what is going on with my back.
I've been studying The Emotion Code and The Body Code for several months now, so I decide to muscle test. It leads me to a Trapped Emotion of betrayal. I begin tracing back to when the pain started and I realize it was the day I went to see my friend. While this friend never betrayed me, we did discuss briefly a betrayal that had occurred 3 years prior with some mutual acquaintances. Immediately I think about The Body Code and test for a saboteur. And sure enough, there is a knife in the middle of my back, implanted by one of the acquaintances! Apparently the friend had mentioned to the acquaintance that we had spoken that day.
I released the Trapped Emotion of betrayal and removed the saboteur and the sharp pain immediately left my body!!! I was amazed! There was a residual soreness that was tender to the touch and lasted for about 12 hours, but I could lie on my back and sleep that night. I would never have believed it had I not experienced this, so I'm actually glad it happened. It has increased my resolve even more that this is where I need to focus my work by using The Emotion Code and The Body Code in my counseling practice.
Thank you SO MUCH Bradley Nelson!
Ann Fangio ~ Frisco, TX